Higher Gas Prices Means Fewer Traffic Deaths

Car accidentThe public is forever complaining about how the media are obsessed with bad news and rarely look for the good in what's going on, but sometimes doing so becomes just a little ridiculous. Such is the case with an Omaha, Nebraska TV station which managed to find some good news about higher gas prices: fewer people dying from auto accidents.

I suppose that we should be cheering gas to go to $15.00 a gallon then? After all, if it saves just one life...

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Matthew Sheffield
Matthew Sheffield
Matthew Sheffield, creator of NewsBusters and president of Dialog New Media, an internet marketing and design firm, left NewsBusters at the end of 2013