The Water Supply Permitting Coordination Act is just one strike in an ongoing, desperate struggle over who gets water in a Southwest that’s increasingly parched and baked as climate change accelerates. It’s a mean-spirited piece of legislation that fails to address the underlying problem.
It’s been a long, dry spell of over one year since the last radical Islamic terrorist attack in the United States. Yesterday, however, Americans finally had some reason to freak out in the name of the Homeland. Amor M. Ftouhi crossed the border into the
Today is International Yoga Day, as formally endorsed by the United Nations, because Om. I can think of no better way to observe International Yoga Day than to observe the full range of silly associated with what people call Yoga – both in favor of