What I Read Last Week:

Mormon leader Joseph Smith’s 34 wives inspire Utah artist | New York Times It’s unconstitutional to an the homeless from sleeping outside, the federal government says | Washington Post How libraries became the front line of America’s homelessness crisis | Washington Post Fishing, cooking and a Yup’ik upbringing  made Alaska’s health commissioner  | NPR PennDOTContinue reading “What I Read Last Week:”

Going Rogue: An American Life

Alaska. Alaska. Alaska. The single thing I learned from Going Rogue: An American Life, by former Alaskan Governor, Sarah Palin, is that she loves her home state. She paints an idyllic childhood growing in the 49th State to the point where her next career move should be tourism. Reading this more for the life storyContinue reading “Going Rogue: An American Life”