It’s a wholesome, heart-warming Christmas scene. Or is it? More is going on here than immediately meets the eye. Can you supply a fitting caption?
It seems that everyone wants to get in on the panic. Michael McCune writes in the Pittsburg Post-Gazette that “Mass shootings have become so much a part of American life that I no longer flinch when I see bullet-riddled bodies on the news.” Mark Monford
Here we are in December, and one tenacious young deciduous tree has yet to give up most of its leaves. In fact, most of this tree’s leaves are still green, photosynthesizing in the dim light, even though we’re only about 100 miles south of the
Posers who know it. They want someone, need someone to bring them into the fine, refreshing, redemptive mist of evaporative cooling.
Spring is here! What shall I plant in my garden plot? Here’s that garden plot. Right now, a snow shovel is the most that I could plant. But that doesn’t stop me from dreaming. Right now, I’m dreaming of a plum tree. What are your
It was truly an historic snowstorm that hit New York City yesterday. Never before has the metropolis received so much snow on January 27, 2015. Governor Andrew Cuomo instituted a state of emergency, forbidding people to travel in huge areas of New York State, and
Ta-Nehisi Coates, senior editor of Vanity Fair: “Fatalism is not an option.” Bonus points to anyone who can explain to me how fatalism cannot be an option.
This morning, a friend of mine shared a link on Facebook, the screenshot of which you see below. CDC Whistleblower Exposes Ebola Vaccinations Containing RFID Chips? Could this be true? Could the federal government be planning to place tracking chips into Americans’ bodies, under the