When the Park Ranger Was Not Your Friend | JSTOR Daily

The life of a Park Ranger wasn’t all violence and misery, though. As Hufstetler notes, Rangers based in Glacier National Park could make up to $100 each month with expenses such as living quarters as part of the package—a very respectable rate for the time. Indeed, according to George Jaramillo, in Yosemite Park, the conditions of housing were quite cushy. Thanks to the efforts of the first director of the National Park Service, Stephen T. Mather, the Yosemite’s Rangers’ Club had its own cooks as well as electrical power for warmth.


How tax brackets actually work: A simple visual guide – WaPo

“So in the coming weeks, if you hear a talking head suggest that a top tax rate of 70 percent means that the government will be taking away 70 percent of a person’s earnings, it’s a sign that the speaker either doesn’t understand how taxes work or is deliberately trying to mislead you.”