This week Patch bloggers hit on some interesting and varied topics: Taxes, Augusta National finally allowing women to be members, being tracked by your iPhone, adventures in homeownership and more.
• Chris Mallin thinks low taxes on the highest earners is actually a job-killer. He argues why in his blog, which received a lot of comments.
• Karen Malone Wright addresses the recent change of policy at Augusta National Golf Club. One of last bastions of men-only membership finally has admitted two women as members, one of them being former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.
• Dennis Spirgen writes about the government tracing your every move via your cellphone. That would be unconstitutional, right? Well, maybe not.
• Allison Urbanek writes about the joys of scraping (and then power washing) off layers of old paint on her house.
• Ken Palosi gets rather prolific writing about how going to the Magic Kingdom becomes even more magical when you take small children.