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Beyond the Divide Aug. 02, 2020

My So-Called Millennial Life

My favorite picture of my grandparents hangs in my hallway. They are in the middle of what seems lik... Read More

Meet Florence Nightingale at Her London Museum Jul. 12, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Sharon Whitley Larsen This year marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of legendary, world-famo... Read More

A Marriage Requiring Changes Is Unrealistic Jul. 02, 2020

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I'm a Christian. My boyfriend is a wonderful fellow, but he happens to be an atheist an... Read More

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About White Privilege Jun. 28, 2020

Wayne Allyn Root

My name is Wayne Allyn Root. I'm an SOB (son of a butcher). I understand this "white privilege" cont... Read More

America's Survival Hangs in the Balance Jun. 26, 2020

David Limbaugh

How long can this nation survive when its main cultural and educational institutions preach a relent... Read More

U.S. Highway 395 Leads Back Into California History Jun. 21, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Kitty Morse Even though I am a resident of California I had never driven up historic U.S. Highwa... Read More

Sigal Music Museum Is a Jewel of a Surprise Jun. 13, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Bonnie and Bill Neely Bryann Burgess, known widely for her special talent as a singer, pianist an... Read More

Kudos to College Students May. 24, 2020

Dear AnnieĀ®

Dear Annie: There are so many heroes who are all helping us get through the COVID-19 crisis. I want ... Read More

How to Tear Down Attitudes of Entitlement Mar. 17, 2020

Everyday Cheapskate

Attention readers: The following column is an excerpt from Mary Hunt's book "Raising Financially Con... Read More

A Family Affair in London Mar. 01, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Sharon Whitley Larsen "Look, Kalea! There's Windsor Castle! It's over 900 years old! The oldest a... Read More

New Moon Musings Feb. 23, 2020

Horoscopes by Holiday

The Pisces new moon has insights about decision-making. Often, the biggest difference between two op... Read More

Visit the Homes of Wharton and Melville in the Berkshire Mountains Feb. 22, 2020

Travel and Adventure

By Steve Bergsman In 1905, Edith Wharton published what is generally considered her first great nove... Read More

How Appalachia's Children Highlight the Region's Best Attributes Feb. 11, 2020

Salena Zito

MOUNTAIN CITY, Georgia — Just off U.S. Highway 23, along the spectacular views of the Blue Rid... Read More

We Have Miseducated Boys and Girls Alike Jan. 23, 2020

Laura Hollis

Last month, The Atlantic magazine ran a powerful article by Peggy Orenstein about young men in Ameri... Read More

Iran Is Not What You Think Jan. 10, 2020

Ted Rall

War, many people believe, often results from cultural differences and misunderstandings. President D... Read More

Cultural Winners and Losers of 2019 Dec. 27, 2019

Tim Graham

As we end another year, our popular culture still revolves around President Donald Trump, and our ne... Read More

A Mini United Nations Dec. 25, 2019

Classic Zig Ziglar

Several years ago, a unique incident took place at our three-day "Born To Win" Seminar in Dallas. Pa... Read More

Please Read This Book: Part 2 Dec. 06, 2019

Positive Aging

Last week, I made a strong suggestion that everyone add "Happiness Is A Choice You Make: Lessons Fro... Read More

Cancer Cuts Dec. 04, 2019

Wellnews

As cancer rates increase, the number of doctors trained to treat cancer patients is declining. A new... Read More

The Left Hates The Salvation Army. That's All You Need to Know About the Left Dec. 03, 2019

Dennis Prager

We all know some individuals who are so obviously good and kind that we are certain if anyone were t... Read More