By: Mike McDaniel One of my most-read articles was a bit of humor I posted in February of 2015, titled Montana: Yippie Ki Yay Yoga Pants. It was about a Montana—of all places—state legislator trying to ban—of all things—yoga pants. I always thought folks that lived in Montana worked for a living, but apparently not state legislators. In any case, his efforts failed, and Montana remains, home, home on the range, where the deer and the yoga pants play, and where the big sky is not cloudy all day. I’m sure the guys in Montana are appreciative.
Oh, this is just too good. Back in 2014, I wrote Icebreaker Irony, which was, well, very ironic. Here’s a sample: Every now and again, a story comes along so filled with ironic goodness that I spend days chuckling whenever I think of it, and particularly, whenever I think of the [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel I’ve always maintained electric vehicles were, in large part, a response to Barack Obama. They have been a necessary part of meeting arbitrary, unrealistic and essentially impossible CAFÉ standards set by the Obama Administration, and the EPA’s official estimates of their range/mileage have been massaged accordingly. The [Read More]
By: Mike McDaniel Americans, in general, tend to take for granted their affluence. Compared to the rest of the world, we are fabulously wealthy. That relative wealth and ease of living tends to allow us to become, upon occasion, frivolous, to focus on issues—global warming being an obvious example—others not [Read More]