Archive for July 26, 2014
Many Americans rely on buses every day for transportation, but few people really take the time to find out more about these vehicles. How much do you really know about buses? Test your knowledge with these fun facts:
- The word “bus” comes from the Latin word “omnibus,” which means “for all.” Over time, “omnibus” became shortened — although its original form seems to be more applicable for its purpose.
- Yellow school buses are widely recognized today, and it’s hard to imagine a time when they didn’t exist. But they actually aren’t very old at all; the first yellow school bus appeared in 1939.
- Charter bus services are becoming more popular around the world, and they are used t
An Arizona politician describes the horror in young illegal immigrant children’s eyes: “I was able to actually see some of the children in the buses and the fear on their faces. This is not compassion.” The only problem is that they weren’t immigrant children. What congressional candidate Adam Kwasman mistook for a bus full of children waiting to see an immigrant judge was actually a group of children from the YMCA.
Are Feds Trying To Throw Off People Like Kwasman?
“It appears that many illegal immigrants in California are being transported by federal agents via van caravans instead of large Department of Homeland Security (DHS) buses,” Fox News writes. “Dropping off illegal immigrants from vans, rather than buses, may serve to draw less attention and scrutiny from loca