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Do you know the Seven Wonders of the world? That was the question asked of a class of school children. One little girl looked as if she was having trouble. So the teacher tried to help her. The … more
Social Security Matters is a column featuring questions submitted by Social Security recipients, answered by National Social Security Advisor Russell Gloor... more
There will always be things in life that try our patience. more
The Army Corp of Engineers (ACoE) is accepting public input on a ten-year plan for water releases from Lake Okeechobee. more
I recently read an article about “Making Disciples,” a subject that is near and dear to my heart more
I believe in science and in vaccinations. When the chicken pox vaccine came out in 1995, my daughter’s pediatrician asked if we wanted her vaccinated. more
What we’ve been through in the last 18 months was surely a test of our faith, trusting that our God would bring us through... more
Since President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris were sworn in, we’ve seen unprecedented economic growth. more
My plants and flowers are happy, and while I take time with them, it’s God that makes them grow... more
Dear Rusty: I turn 62 next year, and I am getting different answers to my questions so I hope you can help me. The amount I would collect is different at 67 and 72. more
When Japanese chef Yoshihiro Murata travels, he brings water with him from Japan… more
Manufacturing has been a major industry for Florida since its inception, and now is home to more than 20,000 manufacturing companies. more
Please stand six feet apart. Those annoying signs are everywhere. The pandemic has changed us. For a time, we were forced to wear masks. more
On June 25, 2021, the Pentagon released a much-anticipated report on UFOs to Congress. more
As our world comes back to normal, I thought about the “people-watching” I did during all those months of the pandemic … more
Across Florida, thousands of children enter the state’s child welfare system each year. more
Going down another rabbit hole to connect the dots between sugar industry’s use of glyphosate in the Everglades Agricultural Area (EAA) and impacts to manatees just further distracts from true … more
On the latest episode of the Epoch Times’ “California Insider” program, I talk about how a growing number of schools in California (and nationwide) are adopting politically charged … more
We are beyond the tipping point in terms of protecting our natural resources here in Florida and it will take radical legislative and public action to save... more
We are blessed by the Good Lord to live in the Sunshine State. Here in Florida, we’re surrounded by natural beauty, plentiful food and endless opportunity. more
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