Opinion

Todays Theory on Race

By: Frank Burkett I myself, down to my forebears, in no way had anything to do with slavery of the Afro American people, or any other race. Neither do I know of anyone in the past and present generations that owned slaves, in America. Yes, along with the African race there were other races that

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Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – Military Wife Turning 65 Seeks Information About Medicare Dear Rusty: My husband is 63 and I will be 65 in a few months. He’s retired from the Air Force, so we currently have Tricare Select. As I understand it, I only need to sign up for Medicare Part B, which I think

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Biden proves many Americans are dummies

Dr. Glenn Mollette If you worked hard for a scholarship, paid your way through school, paid back loans or your family sacrificed for you to go to school, President Biden has shown that you were a big dummy. Don’t knock yourself out.  Just sit back and the government will throw you some crumbs to take

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Land of Plenty, America

By: Frank Burkett The topics of today, and one happened a few weeks ago. It was the leak in our justice system about overturning the abortion bill, Roe vs. Wade.     The leak, among other problems, are driving our country to the brink. Though most of it stems, from Joe Biden’s Administration‘s of many

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Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – Can My Wife Claim a Spouse Benefit First? Dear Rusty: I have been getting Social Security since age 66. My wife turned 62 in June. We are thinking of taking her spouse benefits on my record since it would be higher than hers (we checked online). We began filling out the application

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Admit Mistakes And Show A Human Side

By: Warren Rustand Leaders make mistakes, just like anybody else. And when they do mess up, it’s essential – if they want to remain credible and not lose the trust of their employees – that leaders own up to their errors and hold themselves accountable. I had a front-row seat for one of the most

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Do what you enjoy while you can

By: Dr. Glenn Mollette Life and the world are always changing. What you can do today is not guaranteed for tomorrow. Do what you enjoy while you can. None of us want to face every day filled with fear. Worry about tomorrow only messes up today.  Watching the news keeps our minds churning about what

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Justice Department and the FBI

By: Frank Burkett What in the heck is happening to our wonderful Country, AMERICA. The people that were elected and then assumed office in 2020, but as yet, I along with many citizens of the United States are skeptical of, who is running the show? Those I speak of, are turning America into a Banana

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Medicare must up its reimbursement rates

By: Thomas Ryan To protect patient access to care, Medicare must up its reimbursement rates Inflation has soared to the highest level in four decades. Gas is roughly 40% more expensive than it was a year ago. Groceries are up about 10%. Yet there’s one sector of the economy where prices are growing much more

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Your new normal and resetting your life

By: Dr. Glenn Mollette People who have lost their houses and cars and everything they’ve worked for all their lives may feel like giving up. Some do. After thirty or forty years they don’t feel like they have it within them to rebuild and try again. Some have no choice but to live the life

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