Monthly Archives: November 2017

Homestead like the Mugwumps

The era of one-hour Amazon deliveries, grocery store curbside pickup, and abundant farmers markets, is in full swing, and doing rather well in the current economy.  However, this appearance of abundance may be giving us the misconception that food will always be so plentiful, and therefore making us more dependent on the “system”.  According to… Read More »

Purging the Roles of Inactive Voters | Fighting Fraud or Suppressing Turnout

Purging the rolls of Inactive Voters, is this Ohio’s way of disenfranchising voters? Ohio purging the rolls of inactive voters.  Is this a case of Buckeye State house-cleaning, or a sinister approach to disenfranchise a swath of voters who you claim is illegally casting votes?  You can bet the Elephants and Donkeys in D.C. will… Read More »