Mainstream media outlets seem oblivious to the blatant economic conflicts of interest inherent in groups such as the Heritage Foundation, the American Enterprise Institute and professors who moonlight with corporations.
A faulty ignition switch in GM vehicles led to 31 crashes and 13 deaths. The company knew of the problem, but chose not to act, so what does it owe victims and their families?
Mary Barra, CEO of General Motors Co., testified before a Senate panel on her company’s decision to not issue a replacement for the faulty ignition switches that led to 31 crashes and 13 deaths. The Wednesday hearing wrapped up two days of hard questions on the ethics behind