While they are known as “soda taxes,” in some places they also cover sugarless diet sodas, iced coffee and some bottled water.
Born and raised in Shanghai, China, I had absolutely no conception about what “buying on credit” actually entailed.
A friend in Britain clipped and sent on to us a couple of related “American” pieces from The Economist — "An hereditary meritocracy” and the editorial “America’s new aristocracy."
The intentional community where Wendy and I live is committed never to ask anyone to leave because they run out of enough money to stay.
A few weeks ago, my charming, creative and adventurous online friend Roslyn Tanner Evans asked me to be part of a blog tour, explaining that she would pass the baton to me, as one of her three selected bloggers, and would answer a few questions about her blogging practices.