I’m not sure when it happened, but the song “My Favorite Things” has wormed its way into traditional Christmas music.
“The current dispute could be child’s play a few years from now when RFS mandated volumes will be set at EPA's discretion.”
You notice how you never hear the phrase “He was never sick a day in his life” anymore? It’s not because we’re feeble degenerates who wouldn’t last one of the Days of Yore. Well, not entirely.
It’s not too early to despair about Christmas shopping for your beloved victims. After all, when I went to buy a replacement patio umbrella in August, shelves were already loaded with Christmas lights.
It dawned on me if philosophers now come from the internet, maybe I could be one. I’ve had thoughts—often more than one a day. There might be some hidden depth to them. No, seriously.
I challenged the sprayer industry to invent a simple monitor to show when the sprayer control thinks the valve is open but it’s not.
The more complex our trade wars become, the more important it is for farmers to understand the basics of trade actions. Central to these are tariffs—and misconceptions abound. Here are some basics.
During a family gathering with my in-laws, I found myself sitting next to a young woman whose age I would guess to be under 60, which is about as close as I can come these days. As we cast about for a topic of discussion, she mentioned she sold essential