In Which The City of Portland Makes Me Seriously Consider Becoming a Registered Libertarian

Catch 22: The we know what’s best for you Progressives are alive and well.

by Tod Kelly on April 15, 2013

Just as everyone becomes a liberal when Walmart announces a new store in their neighborhood, it turns out everyone becomes a libertarian when dealing with dead trees.

Or maybe it’s just me.

As many of you know from past posts, three years ago my wife and I built our dream house.  (If you saw it you’d immediately note that our dreams are relatively modest.)  During the building process, our builder recommended removing several trees for aesthetic reasons.  We vetoed all of his recommendations, because we like that the house feels like it’s in the middle of a forest despite being in the middle of a major metropolitan city. Read more at:

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