Month: April 2012

The Public Buildings Service, a unit of the U. S. General Services Administration, is responsible for looking after all federal real estate of which there is quite a lot. Had the Congress not made it virtually impossible, some of the unused land and buildings could have been sold with the proceeds used for something useful […]

Alas, another perfectly good word has bitten the dust. Like so many other useful words before it, “fair” has been viciously hacked into meaninglessness by an unruly mob of campaign strategists. Despite over a billion Google results, the word “fair” now has but one meaning: “whatever I want whenever I want it, particularly if I […]

As our country careens through its third year of not having a budget despite borrowing 40 cents of every dollar we spend, there was good news out of Wyoming. We can always sell stuff. Buford, Wyoming is located on Interstate 80 between Cheyenne and Laramie. It consists of 10 acres of land, a gas station, […]