If you live in the US and you’ve been into a grocery store in the last few weeks, you’ve noticed something. Meat is getting harder to find, and more expensive. The supply chain is thoroughly disrupted, for a lot of complicated reasons this post isn’t about. No, this is about one thing: why aren’t… Read More Where’s the Beef?
I know, this may seem outside my normal milieu, but bear with me. I’d posted a grumpy note on farcebook a while back about getting credit card junk mail and was there a way to get rid of it? Which would have been fine, and I did get a helpful suggestion for reducing it… Read More Myths and Misconceptions about Credit Cards
I shared a post a friend had made, one that I profoundly agree with, and it promptly got a comment from another friend who completely missed the point of it. The commenter’s assumption was that I object to paying for tax-funded art, or that I don’t want art created that I ‘don’t like.’ And a… Read More State and Art
This is a guest post by the redoubtable Jonathan LaForce, who wrote it up and then let me publish it on my blog when I saw it and wanted it to have more platform than facebook. Thanks, Jon, and I look forward to seeing more like this from you. Why a Blue Collar American Doesn’t… Read More Blue Collar American