Regulation in DC is taking down a food truck icon.
Progress! Bill Gates’s condom challenge is about to be met! This is important!
An Iowa truancy law wants you to drop the dime on your homeschooling neighbors. As an aside, we can have truancy laws, or we can require childhood vaccination to attend school, but I’m not sure we can do both.
In 1992, Nugget II, the University of Southern Mississippi live mascot, died in a cloud of controversy. The case is back on.
New York is making the case that it no longer matters who can breathe whose air, we don’t want to watch people smoking (or looking like they are). Meanwhile, Heathrow Airport is setting up a vaping zone.
I am, on certain things at least, rather cynical. I rarely hear “smart growth” in contexts that lead me to believe that it is a referrence to anything but “limited growth” which is fine as long as you’ve got yours. Owen Courreges argies that easier growth is the real smart growth.
More distracting to drivers than mobile phones? Children. And since mobile phones are as bad as drunk driving, kids make drunk drivers out of the lot of us.
Here’s an argument against density: It allows you to smoke in your own home.
Bring the apprentice model to the US.
Mormons tend to like things upbeat, which presents problems in a cultural scene that prefers the dark.
Introducing, the $20,000 house!