Creators Syndicate

Political Opinion

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American Woman: Phyllis Schlafly on Feminism, Immigration and Trump
The Washington Pursuit
Mandatory High Heels
Panic: How Opinions Shifted Overnight
The Ties That Bind
Fame, Fortune and Fire
Catastrophic Thinking
Devil's Elbow: Dancing in the Ashes of America
The New Trump Standard
Winter Wonderland: A Holiday Collection
America Divided
Facts Don't Care About Your Feelings

Lifestyle Columns

Classic Annie's Mailbox

September 29, 2020

Advice

September 29, 2020

Sep. 29, 2020

Dear Annie: I am a 20-year-old male who currently lives with my parents. I just started my first year of college. Both of my parents have prescriptions to Xanax. When I

Everyday Cheapskate

Confused in the Supermarket

Business and Finance

Confused in the Supermarket

Sep. 29, 2020

Dear Mary: Can you clarify expiration dates on food products? When it says "sell by 4/01/21," does that mean it has to be used or just sold by that date? Others show a date of, say, "2/01/23" on canned or packaged goods.

'Tween 12 & 20

Can Fortunetellers See the Future?

Advice

Can Fortunetellers See the Future?

Sep. 29, 2020

DR. WALLACE: A girl wrote to you that her future mother-in-law (who was, at the time, happily married) visited a fortuneteller, and her marriage soon ended in a horrible divorce.

Horoscopes by Holiday

The Message of Saturn's Directional Change

Horoscopes

The Message of Saturn's Directional Change

Sep. 29, 2020

In theory, abstaining from bad habits is simple: you just don't do the bad habit. In reality, the complexity of the human mind can turn even the simplest directive into a mission impossible. Theref

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