James Leroy Wilson's one-man magazine.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Coming Home

Local government isn't good, it's just less bad than national government.

68% of Wisconsinites believe states will do a better job of reforming health care than the federal government.

In Bill Kauffman's new book, he wants to live in a "land of creeks, not oceans; shops, not factories; modesty and sly humor, not bluster and brass."

In the face of creeping environmental nationalism, Alexis Zeigler writes,
We as citizens can localize our economies, develop more cooperative means of living and using resources, and live more rewarding lives in greater connection to the people around us. We do not need the president or congress to give us permission. Our children are going to live cooperatively in a hundred years whether we like it or not."

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