Wagons back east, my friend. To Jersey.
Beer. And other things.
A link for each Dakota, two for California, and more…
“I love my country so much, man. Like an exasperating friend.” -Mike Doughty
The US, Canada, and Mexico!
Marcus Garvey, Warren Harding, and immigrants.
Relocating refugees to the US, government functions to the midwest, and attention to the South.
Mass deportation, please. Of screwworms.
Migration and motion in the new world.
Poverty, criminals, and racism.
Hey, those McMansions look fine to me.
Living with one another. And not.
The Good Ole U, S, of A. On her birthday, no less.
Not *everything* is awful.
All beautiful things must die.
Homeless villages in Austin while Portland’s coolness puts its coolness at risk.
A house in Detroit, a Supervillain Lair in Arizona, and the absence of goats in St Louis.
Nuclear in Idaho, slowpokes in Florida, babies in Utah, and more.
Enough of this madness, let’s go to Nova Scotia.
Taxes, law, assimilation and more…
Praising the Dakotas and looking at some dark patches of our past…
Let’s speak of Idaho. Also, Muslims.
The Ticket King of Brooklyn, the town for sale in South Dakota, and more…
A moment of silence for brutalism, cute sea otters, and scary gators…
Independence Day serves as good a reminder as any that the United States is much more sharply divided on core questions now than usual. If July 4th is one of those annual moments when we remember to bury our hatchets and celebrate our common heritage, this year it feels like the brief pause before Left…
When is art conservative?