When the droughts become too severe, the wildfires too vast, and the change in temperatures too extreme, Republicans will choose the adaptation strategy.
Why are environmentalists no fun?
The perils of junk mail
Launching a reuse company is hard. Here are three lessons I learned.
Being focused, being in the moment, not only applies to work but it applies to life. I’ve found that I’m happier when I give my full attention to the people in the room rather than the people on my phone.
From Landfill to Landmark - Why I’m Voting No on the Arizona Coyotes in Tempe Prop 301, 302, and 303
On May 16th, 2023, the voters of Tempe will decide whether they want the Coyotes or not. I’ll be voting no and here is why.
David Plotz, co-host of Slate’s Political Gabfest, has a theory about political campaigns. Whoever looks like they are having more fun will win. Tell me which of the following sounds more fun: * People. Planet. Profit: The triple bottom line. * Sex, drugs, and fast cars: The fast life. It's a
I'm not sure when this happened but, New Year's Eve is now the most important sports day on the calendar. Back-to-back College Football Playoff games, including TCU vs Michigan in the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale (a couple of guys wearing Hypnotoad shirts walked into the coffee shop when I was
I was definitely a good boy this year because Santa left a shiny new Xbox Series X under the Christmas tree — with my name on it. It wasn't wrapped in gift wrapping paper because, well, to be honest with you, I bought it for myself. It had my name on
Most Americans need gas to get them to and from work; they also need coffee to get them through the eight-hour workday. I'm impressed that one gallon of liquid can power a 3,000-pound car across town. But, I’m more impressed with how people can suffer through a workday