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First in a series of how universities can help build character.Critical thinking skills, long held to be the nucleus of a strong liberal arts curriculum, are essential. A number of institutions … more
I am proud to be an American. I really am. In the world we live in today, it’s easy to forget this.The national media doesn’t focus on the benefits of our freedoms, but on the dangers or … more
Dear Readers: Do you read food labels? Since 1990, manufacturers must add a Nutrition Facts label on every packaged food or drink product sold in the US. Perhaps if you have diabetes or you are a … more
Gen.2:5....Male and female created he them;and blessed them;and called their name Adam,in the day when they were created.Since the postulation (the assumption of exsistance) of Adam and Adam in the … more
Hey Taylor: I’m looking at different options for budgeting software and keep hearing about various styles of budgeting. I always thought the options were to save money or spend it, but I guess … more
When someone suggests that life is difficult, there’s the temptation to ask, “Compared to what?”Actors dating back to Shakespeare have cited another comparison concerning the … more
Toni,I am a financial planner with a client who just received a bill for her mother’s Medicaid Long Term Care that was cared for at her mother’s house instead of a nursing home. Sue is … more
Life is not an exact science. It keeps coming at you. Just when you think you may have it figured out, something happens that changes the direction of everything. We can call it the color of life.You … more
Tenth and final in a series on the reopening of West Texas A&M University in the midst of COVID-19.Universities propel students, families and communities toward economic prosperity and … more
Dear Dietitian,We hear so much about omega-3 fatty-acids being good for us, but we don’t hear as much about omega-6 fatty acids. Are they healthy? Also, I read that grass-fed beef is better for … more
Singer Jessica Simpson acknowledges that she gained 50 pounds when she was pregnant with her daughter Maxwell in 2012. Years later, while going through old photos of her pregnant self, she recalls … more
Hi Taylor: I’ve got about $2,000 set aside for home improvements and I’m trying to figure out the best way to spend it. I want all sorts of things like a new TV and a new couch, but I … more
In the animated film “Tarzan II,” young Tarzan (voiced by Harrison Chad) has to come to terms with his place in the family of apes that has adopted him and with his life in the jungle. … more
It quickly became the perfect storm, powerful enough to make strong men cry. The same goes for strong women, too, but Kim Peacock, president of GNS Foods in Arlington, is doing her best to keep her … more
WE are BACK in SCHOOL and we could not be more excited! Who knew that we would be so thankful for getting to return to our classrooms and be together as a community to begin our 20-21 school year. I … more
Ninth in a series on the reopening of West Texas A&M University in the midst of COVID-19.The COVID-19 pandemic has intensified college cost discussions as unemployment has increased, family … more
Toni:My Medicare began on August 1st and on September 3rd I received my first bill which is $723 for my Medicare Part B. This bill is due September 25th and is not giving me very much time to have … more
Do you ever wonder why things are the way they are? Do you ever ask the question, “Why me?” Do you ever ponder how you woke up today on the path you woke up on?These can be some deep … more
Dear Dietitian,My doctor says I have insulin resistance syndrome. I need to lose about 40 pounds, and the doctor said this would help my insulin resistance; otherwise, I’m likely to become … more
 Hey Taylor: I’m finally at a place where I earn a good living, have money set aside for retirement and investments, provide for my family… and all I can think about is working … more
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