Opinion

Ballots hidden in a closet somewhere

By: Frank Burkett I listened to President Biden speaking this Tuesday morning, and he sounded truly like a Republican candidate campaigning for any high office in our Country. His many remarks were of Republicans wanting to raise taxes. That, to me sounds like the campaigning of a Republican. His speech targeted Senator Rick Scott’s agenda,

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Naomi Judd, Suicide and life’s appointment

By: Dr. Glenn Mollette We’ve all heard of people who have taken their lives by suicide. We typically wonder why? We wonder what was so bad about their lives that they could not cope another day? We were shocked by the sudden death of Naomi Judd. She was a country music star and legend. She

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Another Blunder

By: Frank Burkett Another blunder, by the worst of the incompetent personnel at the White House, Joe Biden. Joe, who appointed Alejandro Mayorkus as Homeland Security Secretary, now has found Mayorkus has proven, as the saying goes, “to be a chip off the old block.” Alejandro has appointed a disinformation czar, Nina Jankowicz. Well, when

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Easter People

By: Jane Rutter The 70-mile per hour winds blew us into town, David having gripped the wheel for most of the eight-hour trip. Unloading our bags from the car, we were relieved to land and excited to attend my brother Tom’s surprise retirement party. His was a celebration well-worth the drive. God bless my sister-in-law

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Teachers Deserve to Feel Appreciated

By: Travis Naughton If you are a parent of school-aged children, then chances are good that at some point during the last two years you were forced to become your kids’ teacher/teacher’s aide when schools switched to virtual instruction as a result of the pandemic. If so, you likely gained an appreciation for how challenging

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No confidence in the Administration

By: Frank Burkett My last LTTE, was on the incompetent personnel, that Joe Biden has appointed to his Cabinet and other staff. Today I feature another incompetent person hand picked by Joe, Alejandro Mayorkas, our esteemed Homeland Security Secretary. I don’t understand why Mayorkas was brought before Congress, instead of the appointed Border Czar, Kamala

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I’m Still Here

By: Travis Naughton I have a confession to make: I hold grudges. I hold grudges against sports teams such as the Kansas Jayhawks for stealing Mizzou’s spot in the 2008 Orange Bowl and the 1985 Kansas City Royals for stealing what should have been the Cardinals’ 10th World Series championship. I also hold grudges against

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You don’t have to be qualified

By: Frank Burkett We found that you don’t have to be qualified, for Joe Biden to pick his personnel to be appointed for high offices. Before he was elected, the prerequisite for his VP pick, was to be female and black. Sure enough, he picked about the least qualified person to be his Vice President,

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The Power of Summer

2007 Archives, In Memory of Jane Flink By: Jane Flink New things are invigorating. They kick-start all our senses. Touch, vision and hearing all respond to newness. We play a new CD twice as often as the old favorites we’ve heard so many times before. The softness of a new shirt quickly makes it our

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Social Security Matters

Ask Rusty – Will My Wife Get a Spouse Benefit When I Claim at 70? Dear Rusty: My wife started receiving her social security at 65 (her full retirement age) and she will be 69 years old this July. I was able to receive half of her social security under an older law. This April,

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