It’s not exactly a light carbon footprint if you rely upon the existence of stores full of goods and services to be available whenever you need them.
For about 36 hours this week, it looked like we were relocating to Alaska. This week: Home, School, Work, Earth, and Space.
Housing, Law, Work, Brainwork, and Art!
HFPEPH Housing, Family, Pets, Education, Psychology, Health
This Week: Crime, Business, Energy, Space, Nature, and Housing!
The fact that I’m on 200 means that I have been doing this for almost four years? Wow.
Cities and human habitats of all sorts.
Education, Innovative Housing, Europe, Technology, Energy, and Space!
This week! Education, Labor, Space, Housing, Dating, and Creatures!
It’s been fun.
This week! Education, Labor, Medical School, Housing, Immigration, and Asia!
This Week: Russia, Media, Housing, Resources, Gender, and History!
What are the solutions to NIMBYism? Some ideas….
This week! Crime, Commerce, Education, Gender, Housing, and World!
This Week! Crime, Daesh, Politics, Government, Housing, and Society! (Also, Happy Holidays)
This is not the most original post idea I’ve ever had, but this post by Matt Yglesias got me thinking, and I decided to just write it all down. The basic argument is about the US Postal Service. This comes up all the time, as they go more and more broke, and I actually used…
By Wardsmith Are HOA’s a good metaphor for government? In the much-commented OP by Dr. Hanley, interlocutor M.A. brought up Home Owner Associations (HOA’s), most specifically as a foil against the concept that Libertarians (being pro-liberty after all) should be strongly against them. This led to much back and forth on numerous levels and sub-threads…
Here are a couple of interesting (and troubling) posts about what aging boomers are up to. First, the LA Times reports that, as predicted, the nation’s 77 million boomers are beginning to dump their stocks as they prepare for long retirements. Just as the economy rose during the boomers’ productive years, experts are predicting a…
A few months ago, I recommended Jason Kuznicki’s excellent article on America’s history of state-sanctioned racial discrimination. In it, Kuznicki discusses the relationship between government regulations and social prejudice (emphasis mine): In a mobile and egalitarian commercial republic influenced by Christianity, practicing racism ought to be difficult. It becomes much easier, however, when there are…