A Meridian, ID, resident recently called the police department to demand a cop hurry over and apprehend an illegal solicitor—someone who’d knocked on her door to peddle without a permit.
As reported by Deputy David Gomez, a School Resource Officer …READ MORE
I’ve been doing a lot of gardening and landscaping lately, building new flower beds and filling them with salvaged soil, edging them with rocks and planting them. I’ve moved plants to give them more suitable growing conditions—more or less light, …READ MORE
“It’s tough to be alive now. I think societal collapse is in the air, it smells like it, and without being pretentious, I hope that’s why these movies matter because that’s the role of the artist is to shine a …READ MORE
Last year a Harvard Youth Poll found 51 percent of Americans ages 18-29 had felt depressed, down, or hopeless at times in the two weeks before responding to the survey. While adults might respond in similar numbers—feeling “down” covers a …READ MORE
The last week of summer found me on Minnesota’s North Shore, enjoying the waves of Lake Superior, and the woods and rocky cliffs that surround the world’s largest body of fresh water.
But these natural beauties weren’t the only thing …READ MORE
During the 1960s, the phrase “the personal is political” became a rallying cry for second-wave feminists challenging the social framework that existed at the time.
There was an unhealthy collectivist undercurrent to this idea—“There are no personal solutions …READ MORE