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WASHINGTON — Congressman Ronny Jackson (TX-13) spoke on the Floor of the U.S. House of Representatives yesterday to bring attention to the worsening crisis at the border and the lack of … more
Romans 7:20-21 states, “Now if I do that I would not, it is no more I that do it, but sin that dwelleth in me. I find then a law, that, when I would do good, evil is present with … more
Which defines your life: discipline or excuses? Your answer to this truly determines who you are. These two characteristics are at totally different ends of the spectrum. You are living your life … more
Hey Taylor: Child tax credit... what’s the deal with it? Do I need to do anything, how much is it, how does it all work? — Christina Hey Christina: Great questions! People talked … more
“The Demon Seed,” “The Dragon Seed,” “The Seed of Chucky” -- based on those movie titles you might think seeds were a menace to us all. Quite the opposite. Seeds … more
If you are thinking about someplace fun to head to this summer with the family that caters to tourists, might I suggest San Antonio? San Antonio is a wealth of not just history, but fabulous historic … more
If only life could be as simple as that Blue Bell ice cream delivery guy’s view of his job. It seems to take simplicity to another level. “I eat all I can and sell the rest.” … more
Self-reliance, free will, critical thinking and control over one’s destiny are the essence of human purpose—a nearly valiant purpose—in achieving satisfaction following … more
Toni: I am a confused Baby Boomer who needs to make my Medicare decision in November when I turn 65. I do not know where to start or what to do? Can you please help simplify this ordeal? Thanks … more
Over a year ago I wrote in my column that our world would exit from our Covid experience a different world than we were when we entered it. At the time I knew my prediction was a safe one. I just … more
When NFL offensive lineman Ryan Jensen was waking up more than 13 times a night, he developed mood swings, fatigue and lost weight -- jeopardizing his career. Once he was diagnosed and treated for … more
Dear Readers, You may have heard about an innovative approach to dietary intervention known as precision nutrition (PN). This approach includes individualized meal planning based on your DNA. It … more
Hi Taylor: My siblings and I have been talking about how to help my parents navigate their remaining years. They’re in their 80s and have some money but not a lot. Any advice? - Scott Hey … more
I spend a good chunk of time each week working with, learning from and encouraging fellow senior adults. It seems to me that the ones best able to “finish the race” don’t spend a … more
In the Texas Panhandle, self-reliance, a sense of control for personal destiny and a commitment to hard work governs and guides. There is an abiding belief that this cord of three strands is strong … more
I am an advocate of long marriages. There’s just something about them that gets me excited. When I meet someone who says they’ve been married 58 years or 44 years or even 30 years, I … more
Dear Dietitian, My husband was recently in the hospital and was diagnosed with congestive heart failure. He has been instructed to follow a 1500 mg sodium diet. He’s trying to follow the … more
For youngsters, the wheels of time turn slowly, no matter how many “hurry ups” they desire. Indeed, dream fulfillment is painfully slow. The same is often true for grown-ups, too. For … more
Carmen Miranda, the so-called “Brazilian Bombshell,” once sported a “hat” topped with around 17 pieces of fruit and two bunches of grapes. Far more than you need to have every … more
Toni: My husband, John and I need your guidance because I believe I have made a mistake enrolling in Medicare. Last year, John was laid off due to COVID-19 and has lost his employer health … more
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