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Crazy Ideas Feb. 05, 2020

Social Security and You

I know everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion. But let's be honest. Sometimes a lot of those... Read More

Split Moon and Relationships Nov. 15, 2019

Horoscopes by Holiday

The lunar transit from Gemini to Cancer recalls the different stages of relationships and life and h... Read More

Alone But Not Lonely Oct. 26, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: I read your column in the local paper, and I've notice that folks always write in to say... Read More

Preparing Questions for Long Visits Sep. 10, 2019

Dear Annie®

Dear Annie: Finding topics of conversation can often be difficult during long visits. Since "Grindin... Read More

12 Questions ... 12 Answers Apr. 03, 2019

Social Security and You

I usually devote an entire column to just one subject so that I can thoroughly cover all the nuances... Read More

Weeding Out the 2020 Presidential Candidates Jan. 19, 2019

Mark Shields

How do we determine which governor or senator, celebrity or capitalist has what it takes to become a... Read More

Taking Stock Jan. 02, 2019

Single File®

Let's say — for argument's sake — you're currently in a romantic relationship but a bit ... Read More

Sister, Teacher Jan. 02, 2019

Connie Schultz

Last month, I drove an hour east of Cleveland to Ashtabula, Ohio, where I grew up and where my young... Read More

Interview You Dec. 20, 2018

Work Daze

What could be more fun than a job interview? A root canal? A rerun of the remake of "Charmed"? How ... Read More

Not Your Same Old Same Old Questions Nov. 14, 2018

Social Security and You

As my regular readers know, I sometimes worry that I am getting too repetitious — giving the s... Read More

Yes, the Press Has Much to Answer For Oct. 27, 2018

Mark Shields

Our states are anything but united. Our politics are indeed polarized — with too many of us Am... Read More

The Question Question Oct. 11, 2018

Work Daze

Everybody knows the best question to ask in a job interview. "Do you validate?" Even if you carried ... Read More

What, Me Marry? Oct. 03, 2018

Single File®

Yes. You! It just might happen that you meet someone you can't get out of your mind, a wonderful one... Read More

Should Trump Voluntarily Talk to Mueller? Aug. 09, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

When federal prosecutors are nearing the end of criminal investigations, they often invite the subje... Read More

A Mixed Bag Jul. 04, 2018

Social Security and You

Usually, I like to focus my column around one topic. But today I'll just open up my email inbox and ... Read More

LESLIE'S TRIVIA BITS - DAILY Jun. 03, 2018

Trivia Bits

Monday, June 4 Oskar Speck paddled a kayak away from Hamburg, Germany, in May 1932. He was bound fo... Read More

LESLIE'S TRIVIA BITS - WEEKLY Jun. 03, 2018

Trivia Bits

Oskar Speck paddled a kayak away from Hamburg, Germany, in May 1932. He was bound for Cyprus, with p... Read More

Troublesome Questions for President Trump May. 03, 2018

Judge Andrew P. Napolitano

In a startling revelation earlier this week, The New York Times published what it claims are 49 ques... Read More

Sometimes the Government Giveth and Then Taketh Away May. 02, 2018

Social Security and You

Q: I am 66 years old, and I get my own small Social Security retirement benefit. Because it is so sm... Read More

LESLIE'S TRIVIA BITS - DAILY Apr. 02, 2018

Trivia Bits

Franz Joseph Haydn was a prolific composer and musical prankster. If you know just one of his more t... Read More