If my emails are any indication, there sure are a lot of rotten husbands out there! That’s why I keep telling my wife she should fall down on her knees everyday and thank her lucky stars that she got one of the good guys. OK, I really don’t do that. In fact, if I did
Houseplants are just what the doctor ordered, from young retirees moving into their dream home to those able to work from anywhere, spending more time at home. Interior landscaping, what professionals call decorating with houseplants, is gaining popularity with homeowners. Biophilia, popularized by biologist Edward Wilson, is the innate tendency to seek out connections with
I just finished reading the best book about Social Security that I have ever read. In just under 100 pages, the author explains everything you’d probably ever need to know about our nation’s bedrock social insurance program. If you are someone pushing retirement age who wants to know when and how to file for benefits,
I’m always amazed by the number of emails I get from people who have been getting benefits for 10 years, or 20 years, or even more — and now they are coming to me with questions about their benefit amount. Or to be more precise, they are telling me some version of this lament: “I
Attorney General Brnovich Co-Leads Coalition to Protect Veterans’ Rights and Limit the Power of Federal Agencies at the U.S. Supreme Court
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is co-leading a coalition of 15 state attorneys general urging the U.S Supreme Court (SCOTUS) to hear and reverse Buffington v. McDonough to ensure federal agencies have limited power in interpreting laws. After serving on active duty in the United States Air Force for eight years, veteran Thomas H. Buffington was honorably
Lyle Rapacki interviews Congressman Dr. Paul Gosar about his censure by the U.S. House of Representatives. Rep. Gosar explains what happened, why it happened, and what is next for him.