According to a news article I read this morning, foie gras will be banned in California as of July 1. The practice of force-feeding ducks to fatten their livers has been deemed to be too inhumane.
According to a news article I read this morning, foie gras will be banned in California as of July 1. The practice of force-feeding ducks to fatten their livers has been deemed to be too inhumane. Continue reading “California foie gras”
Whether he meant to do so or not, President Obama has tossed the myth of the Clinton “surplus” under the bus. Continue reading “The debt ceiling crisis and the myth of the Clinton surplus”
I want to remind my U.S. readers that today is Election Day. In particular, some of my family members get upset if I don’t put a mention of it in my blog. Of course, last November was an exception, since it was impossible not to know when Election Day was. Continue reading “Yes, it’s Election Day today”
Just to remind to those of you who live here in Phoenix, there’s a general election today. Continue reading “There’s an election today?”
This Election Day morning, I decided to give new meaning to exercising my civic duty. I walked to the polls. Continue reading “Exercise of civic duty”
It’s that time of the year again. General elections are in five weeks, and although I’ve done a pretty good job of shutting up about them until now, those of you who know me know that I couldn’t stay silent for much longer. Continue reading “Vote no on everything”