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Category Archives: 2010 January
I’m Tom Dwyer, Debate about drone killing of American citizens without trial overshadows another facet of this lethal program. “Signature strikes” account for many, perhaps even most, drone strikes. More common than targeted strikes, they don’t focus on American … Continue reading →
(Updated 3/31/14- Willie Nelson just released a video attacking Mountaintop Removal Mining for the group “Music Saves Mountains“. His video is on their website, and maybe you can donate a couple dollars while you’re there!) Like the man says, “If … Continue reading →
If you learn to make this Linguine with White Clam Sauce now, then the rest of your year will be something to celebrate. Quick and simple, this is a wonderful light main course with salad. You’ll need… 1/2 pound fresh … Continue reading →
We all know the golden rule… the one with the gold rules! The solutions for many of our economic, social and environmental problems are vetoed by the gold-laden powers that benefit from the status quo. Progressive change must come from … Continue reading →
Harold Dick was unique in the world of auto repair. You probably haven’t heard of him unless you were in the “inside circle” of people he accepted as clients, but Harold was an automotive perfectionist. Much like the “Soup Nazi” … Continue reading →
We’re constantly working to not only make Tom Dwyer Automotive a top-of-the-line automotive repair facility, but a strong and forward-thinking part of the community as well. One of the companies we keep running into (by choice as well as coincidence) … Continue reading →
In the December 2009 newsletter we told you that most of the vehicles you see on the side of the road are there because of cooling system failures. What about the rest? Most are victims of battery or charging system … Continue reading →
Why won’t our leaders make the obvious, basic changes needed to improve our society? If they won’t, what can a lone individual possibly do? Even trying can seem pointless, but this month we have articles about two events that might … Continue reading →