If you ever wanted your own supervillain lair, there’s one for sale in Arizona.
If you live in St Louis and you seek to have a goat, or more than one chicken, you are out of luck.
In light of Kevin Williamson’s controversial piece on letting dying communities die, Justin Fox reports that it’s actually hard to move out of a dead-end town. I would argue that maybe this would warrant some kind of plan to help people relocate (we could call it the Kansas City Plan), though Adam Ozimek just doesn’t see that as a solution.
To combat terrorism, a federal pilot program is reaching out to Somali youth in Minnesota.
From Native Times, an article about how political correctness is disrespecting their identity. Like most kids, I was taught to refer to them as Native Americans growing up, only to move west and find out that they’re fine with Indian. I’ve since shifted to Amerindian when possible.
There’s a house for sale for $70k. Looks nice. It has some pictures. The first forty or so look nice, but then you get to the last five and what the hell.
Alec MacGillis looks at the always-interesting question of poor areas voting Republican.