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What I have for you today is another sign of the apocalypse. Samsung is selling its new refrigerator for $5,000. You can probably talk them down to forty-eight. Why is it so expensive? It takes a picture every time you close the door. It … more
As you grow older, an active lifestyle is more important than ever. Regular engagement in activities can help boost energy, maintain your independence, and manage symptoms of illness or pain. With many baby boomers already retired or approaching … more
The recent Powerball drawing of $1.6 billion had a lot of people talking about what they would do with the money. I mean, reporters were visiting different cities and interviewing hopeful winners and asking the question, “How would you spend the … more
It is colder than a well digger’s bottom in the Klondike. I have cleaned up my father’s expression somewhat. It’s 4 degrees. The snow melted, then froze, the ice melted, then froze. The side streets are a mess, but once you get out … more
This letter is in response to the article, Property Values on Rise, Along with Taxes, published in the Highlands Ranch Herald on Jan. 21. I'd like to clarify the quote and graphic regarding the mill … more
Do you remember the Billy Joel song “We Didn’t Start the Fire?” Billy Joel takes us musically through a history lesson as he shares everything from Harry Truman to heavy metal, the cola wars and everything in between including Woodstock, punk … more
David Bowie died. He died a couple of days after turning 69. We were both born in the same year. I just looked at the calendar and wondered where those numbers came from. Two thousand sixteen. What goes along with it, are my own … more
Congress recently approved a budget deal that eliminates two popular Social Security claiming strategies for married couples. Planners have recommended for years that couples take advantage of claiming first under spousal benefits and delaying their … more
Every financial market has recently experienced significant volatility. This includes the fixed income market such as bonds, the foreign markets, whether developed or emerging, and the U.S. markets regardless of large or small companies. But just … more
I am hoping that you will now have an article in your newspaper by someone who believes in God. You state that 35 percent of Millennials are religiously unaffiliated. What about the other … more
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