How Many Stock Trading Days in a Year

One overlooked piece of the trader’s tool chest can immediately transform chaos into an organized, well-constructed environment, and it’s as simple as a trading calendar. Traders at Simpler Trading may focus on trending stocks, volume, and momentum – but traders who have financial goals for their portfolios should know how many stock days they have … Read more

Eliminating Single-Family Zoning Isn’t the Reason Minneapolis Is a YIMBY Success Story

Minneapolis appears to be a YIMBY (Yes in my backyard) success story of relaxed zoning regulations leading to increased housing production and declining rents. Its much-balllyhooed abolition of single-family zoning doesn’t have much to do with this success, however. On Tuesday, a (now-deleted) tweet went viral juxtaposing a Slate article about Minneapolis’ abolition of single-family … Read more

No, the Supreme Court is Not Going to Reconsider the Constitutionality of Bans on Interracial Marriage

There’s a lot of loose talk going around about the potential consequences of the Court’s pending decision to overrule Roe v. Wade. Among other things, some serious people, such as several law professors in this Vox symposium, are suggesting that the Court may overrule Loving v. Virginia, which held that interracial marriages are unconstitutional. After … Read more

Meet Canada’s most iconic animals – the Big Five

In terms of wildlife, what springs to mind when hearing about “the Big Five”? Most likely large African animals. However, Africa is not the only place where big wild animals live. Think of bears, whales, caribou, moose and bison. These animals are very different but as awe-inspiring as their African counterparts and are found on … Read more

Public Schools’ Removal Of Advanced Courses Cultivates Mediocrity In The Name Of Equity

The public school system is at it again, this time mobilizing an attack on advanced placement and honors courses. In some circles, they call these “gifted” classes. In essence, they’re meant for students who are ahead of their classmates, and give them an additional challenge. In the name of “equity,” there’s a new trend of … Read more

The New York Times Uses a CDC Report on Homicides As an Excuse To Attack Private Gun Ownership

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) yesterday issued a report on the recent surge in US gun homicides, which rose by a third between 2019 and 2020, from 4.6 to 6.1 per 100,000 residents. The article, which was published in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reportnotes that “several explanations have been proposed,” … Read more

This Michigan Town Repealed a Ban on Fortunetellers, but Might Break State Law if It Tries To Regulate Them

Until last monthreading someone’s palm for pay could technically land you a $500 fine, 93 days in jail, or both in Petoskey, Michigan, thanks to an ordinance banning fortunetelling within city limits. The Petoskey City Council, which repealed the ban, is now seeking to impose new licensing requirements on town fortunetellers, but a straightforward legal … Read more

Millionaire Democrat Tells Politico Inflation Sob Story of Putting Back $9.99 Lb. Bacon as Wake Up Call to Out of Touch Dems

Rep. Katie Porter (D-CA) peddled a story to Politico of how suddenly she came face to face with rampant inflation when she was recently grocery shopping and says she put back a package of bacon when she saw the price was $9.99 per pound. Politico reports Porter is a single mother of three struggling to … Read more