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Joseph Pudlewski

Joseph Pudlewski lives in a small Ohio town with his family and holds a B.A. in English from Wright State University. He has a vested interest in the automotive industry and economy, both of which play a major role in his political analyses. He also writes for The News Wheel, primarily covering exotic car brands, and Top Five Gift Guides. Follow him on Twitter @JCPuddles.

Articles From Joseph

Pokemon No: Liberal plan bans most millennials from playgrounds

Many millennials could find themselves barred from public playgrounds if liberal lawmakers in Los Angeles have their way. Public playgrounds are open to all citizens to enjoy, as are most parks, but that freedom could be threatened after a Los Angeles City Councilman proposed to ban single adults from playgrounds in the name of safety. […]

Uber ditches California: Left-wing regs push Uber to GOP-led state

Ride-sharing company Uber unleashed its self-driving cars on the city streets of San Francisco only to be ordered to put them in park just hours later. The company initially refused to remove its vehicles from the street as they were legally registered. After a short back-and-forth argument, Uber ultimately jumped ship and left California. Uber […]

We may never know how many illegal immigrants vote

Donald Trump recently tweeted that he would have won the popular vote if not for the millions of people who voted illegally. He went on to discuss the media’s refusal to cover illegal voting problems in California, New Hampshire, and Virginia. Meanwhile, liberals, led by Jill Stein, are demanding costly recounts in Trump-won states without any […]

Student fakes Trump hate crime, police find anti-Trump hate on her phone

Alleged hate crimes and reports of racial violence have risen in the weeks since Donald Trump took the election by storm, but recent investigations prove that things aren’t always what they seem. As two Bowling Green State University students are finding out, making things up can come with serious consequences. Eleesha Long, a 24-year-old African-American student, […]

Elon Musk launches massive effort to “rebuild the internet in space”

Elon Musk has certainly been busy over the past few months. The technological mind and founder behind Tesla also plays a major role in SpaceX, a company on a mission to colonize Mars. This time, the private spaceflight company is setting its sights on a more down-to-Earth technology: the internet. SpaceX made headlines earlier this […]

“Suck it Up, Buttercup” bill: Force public colleges to stop coddling sad students

Donald Trump took the presidency a week ago and the reaction of universities was exactly what any informed voter would have expected. Liberal millennials pulled out their picket signs, cried, and began protesting the election of a candidate they didn’t like. Universities responded by coddling them, offering counseling for the traumatic event of losing a […]

Irony: Liberals can’t move to Canada because of their tough immigration laws

Every presidential election, liberals threaten to move to Canada if their candidate doesn’t end up in the Oval Office. This year’s election was no different with liberal celebrities like Raven-Symoné, Lena Dunham, and Bryan Cranston threatening to head to the Great White North if Hillary Clinton didn’t take the presidency, or, rather, if Trump did. […]

Half of millennials have $0 saved for retirement: Social Security won’t save us, either

Every finance class covers saving for retirement, whether it’s through a company-provided 401k or a personal IRA, however, a recent poll found that a large chunk of millennials aren’t saving for retirement at all and that’s set to become a serious problem if it doesn’t change soon. A GenForward poll, conducted by the Black Youth […]

Watch out, Uber: Tesla hints of new car-sharing network

It’s no secret that Tesla has been on the brink of a major breakthrough when it comes to creating fully autonomous cars. A handful of automakers, such as General Motors, are developing autonomous technology as well, but none have gotten further than Tesla. Autopilot software has come standard in every Tesla model since October 2015 […]

New York tries to ban Airbnb: The battle for the future of the sharing economy

Airbnb is the latest sector of the sharing economy being forced to overcome legal hurdles. The home-sharing service now faces major financial implications if it continues to operate in New York — one of the most visited places in the country. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo recently signed legislation that charges a $7,500 fine for those who advertise their […]

How millennials are shifting gears on the auto industry

The automotive industry has been a natural part of American society for the better part of the last century, but millennials could change the roadways as we know them. There are 92 million millennials, the largest generation in United States history, and they aren’t exactly going with the flow. Automakers have already made targeted moves to […]