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Rules I Can’t Explain – Social Security

I really get upset when readers tell me that they talked to a Social Security Administration employee hoping to get an understanding of some confusing Social Security rule and the only reply they got was this: “It’s the law.” In my opinion, that’s a bad answer. People should be given a reason why a particular

Buz Blog

Opinion: Why Wait, Resign Now – Buz Williams

Photo: (from left to right), School Superintendent Joe Howard, Clark Tenney On Friday, October 28, 2022, I attended a Prescott Unified School Governing Board meeting at their headquarters on Gurley Street. I wanted to attend this meeting because I heard that the Governing Board was going to discuss a plan for replacing Superintendent Joe Howard who

Rich Lowry

Opinion: No, democracy is not on the ballot – Rich Lowry

Democracy is under threat — the wrong candidates could win more votes than their opponents in hotly contested free and fair elections. That’s the worry of progressives insisting that “democracy is on the ballot” in the midterms. This trope, repeated endlessly on the center-left, is offered as a reason why voters of conscience should cast

Ken Lain - The Mountain Gardener

Best Hypoallergenic Trees for Allergy Sufferers – Ken Lain

Allergy sufferers know the symptoms: Runny nose, coughing and sneezing, nasal congestion, itchy nose, eyes, and throat. Autumn Ragweed gets most of the attention in the fall, but landscape trees are even be a bigger culprit. There is not much you can do about your neighbors’ trees or the city park. You can definitely plant

Michael Barone

Opinion: It Looks Like the Republican Wave Is Coming In – Michael Barone

When you look around at the political scene, less than a week from the 2022 midterm elections, what do you see? You see poll numbers trending toward a wave victory for Republicans. They now lead by 3 points in the generic vote for the House among likely voters, while FiveThirtyEight has flipped to show them

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