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After more than five decades, it is time to let go of Earth Day. Conceived by peace activists and initially promoted by international labor unions, it has been the focus of mass mobilization and awareness campaigns. more
Loud detonations are going off in the economy. When the debris settles, new realities will emerge. We won’t return to the status quo ante, although that is what politicians like to promise. more
Debt collection calls are something none of us ever want to experience, and quite frankly, in our world inundated with phishing, scams and frauds, it’s important to make sure the debt collection is also in fact legitimate. more
“Lo I am with you always until the end of time.” “God so loved the world...” (Not just some, but black, brown, red, yellow - even this old white fella). more
George MacDonald tells a story from his first pastorate, sometime near the year 1850... more
It’s 2022, and the opioid epidemic rages on in America. At this point, it’s a full-blown national drug crisis. more
The Easter Bunny is a much-celebrated character in American Easter celebrations. On Easter Sunday, children look for hidden special treats, often chocolate Easter eggs, that the Easter Bunny might have left behind. more
For the last two decades, America’s political and economic elite have talked eagerly of “globalization.” But now the tide has turned. Suddenly, everybody is talking about “deglobalization.” more
Easter morning was a special event, growing up. We would waken in the middle of the night to our mother’s call. more
When you use the internet, you leave behind a trail of data, a set of digital footprints. These include your social media activities, web browsing behavior, health information, travel patterns, location maps, information about your mobile device use, photos, audio and video. more
As April 15th rolls around for another year, many are focused on income tax refunds or the rush to file and preparing for a family … more
Quraysh Ali Lansana is the director of the Center for Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa. more
The effects of inflation facing companies and consumers alike may also cause your car insurance rates to rise when it is time to renew your policy. Like many other financial obligations, car insurance is an expense that’s facing pressure due to disruptions caused by the pandemic and its economic effects. more
After a year of efforts to understand and address the current rules here in Okeechobee County referencing our local boating laws, markers, more
Beginning July 16, people struggling with mental health crises can call 988, a new number focused on providing lifesaving suicide prevention and crisis services. more
Women’s History Month is a good time to take stock, and lately I’ve heard a lot about the role of mentors. Many have attributed their success to someone who showed them the ropes, gave just the right pep talk when needed or offered constructive criticism. more
As experts in pediatric infectious diseases, vaccination and epidemiology, we are on the front lines when it comes to COVID-19 and children. more
We are in the season of Lent in my Christian tradition even though growing up I had no idea what Lent was. As a child and youth I was an eclectic... more
Recently, the U.S. Social Security Administration sent out an email to subscribers of its official blog explaining how to access Social Security statements online. Most people know to be suspicious of seemingly official emails with links to websites asking for credentials. more
Our country, this great nation, is in trouble. It’s time that God’s people set themselves in one accord and start praying. more
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