Well, for one thing, kids have other ways of getting out of the house nowadays – into Cyberspace and Facebook, most notably. Related: “More Calif. Teens Stay in the Passenger’s Seat” by Tracey Correa at Fresno Bee.
When I was young in the 1950s and early 60s it was just assumed that ‘progress’ was leading us toward a life of more and more leisure and that work was going to get easier and easier. Actually, it didn’t […]
The unusually cool summer in California reminds me of one of my pet theories: that cold winters drive white Anglos to vote economically “progressive,” whereas cold or cool summers push them to liberalism on social issues. This applies to overall […]
One reason to be a Red Sox fan is that they were the one team to rehab their stadium without using any government money – and this in blue big-government Massachusetts! Mark Yost describes this in the Wall Street Journal […]
In this piece from World Magazine, Mindy Belz explains something that a lot of us don’t realize, “Many Americans are surprised to learn that private property is a near unknown in modern Israel. According to the Israel Land Authority, 93 […]
In this article Matt Labash explains how being liberal, or progressive, is becoming more than a political belief but a way of life – I would almost say a spirituality of sorts. The text, he says, is Justin Krebs” work […]