Again we have cold temps and chance of snow flurries. I am not complaining because areas south and east of us got slammed with 6+ inches of snow. As usual for a first significant snowfall, everyone had to relearn how to drive in it.
I always enjoy reading David Kaiser's posts. The one I linked to had me humming that line from Buffalo Springfield's For What It's Worth: nobody's right if everybody's wrong.
This just about sums up the Repthuglicans and their election victory.
We should all give the Roberts Supreme Court a big "thank you." I guess it all depends on how you define "the people."
March Matron has some really cute video snippets of animal antics. Love the bunny!!
Interesting observations on the direction of the labor "market" in this country. Doesn't sound all that pleasant.
I saw a headline that made me curious. It said more than half of U.S. cities are too expensive for most people to live in. I wondered if the article was referring to general cost of living or something more specific. It was indeed more specific: what it costs to buy a home. I wonder how rentals are in those cities and other costs like food, transportation, and utilities. Is city living any more affordable if you aren't trying to buy housing?