Imagine that you are an unborn spirit in heaven. God condemns you to a life of poverty but will permit you to choose the country in which you will spend your life. Which country would you choose? I would choose the United States of America.

Residential heating and cooling units can last up to 20 years. Yearly tune-ups can prevent future problems and unwanted costs so that your unit can provide comfort for years to come.

We all have stress — at work, at home, and on the road. No one’s life is completely stress-free. It is important to know how to manage the stress in your life. Here are some ways to do that.

Is it important to have racial or sexual diversity in our fight against the COVID-19 pandemic? Heather Mac Donald suggests that some think it might be in her City Journal article “Should Identity Politics Dictate Vaccine Research?” The funding priorities of the National Institutes of Health …

Summer doesn’t begin until June 20, but the best time to check your home for electrical hazards is before temperatures reach triple digits. May is National Electrical Safety Month and the Better Business Bureau reminds consumers to be cautious with electrical wiring and equipment around your…

Most of you are probably feeling the same way I am feeling, like COVID-19 shipwrecked my scale! Did you put on a few unwanted pounds during this entire ordeal? If so, remember it is never too late to get back on track. So, let us do that with a few simple reminders:

Citing the Bill of Rights and the “ideals of civil disobedience,” the owner of Atilis Gym in Bellmawr, New Jersey, defied Gov. Phil Murphy’s orders by reopening on Monday. Cops “formally” notified the gym owner he was in violation of the shutdown order and then wished him “a good day.” The c…

Black politicians, civil rights leaders and their white liberal advocates have little or no interest in doing anything effective to deal with what’s no less than an education crisis among black students. In city after city with large black populations, such as Baltimore, St. Louis, Detroit, …

The University of Southern California is reporting that alcohol sales have surged since the COVID-19 pandemic began, raising concerns among USC experts and others that the bottoms-up binge could come with a social cost.

All across the nation, business owners are waiting for the signal to reopen. In some places, it’s happening now, but in too many parts of the U.S., towns and cities are being held to the same footdragging schedule that is killing commerce in the epicenter of the pandemic, New York City.

It was going to be the party of the year: my 50th birthday. I rented a fantastic place, picked a great menu and sent funny invitations designed by my hilarious friend Brooke. I was counting down the weeks. Then COVID-19 hit. Lockdowns were ordered. No party for me. Yet what replaced it was t…

Former Barack Obama adviser Rahm Emanuel, during a recent interview, reminded us of his 2008 financial crisis quotation, “Never allow a crisis to go to waste.” The COVID-19 pandemic has presented a wonderful opportunity for those of us who want greater control over our lives. Sadly, too many…

We now take them for granted. But not so long ago, a washer and dryer were a luxury.

While we are living in uncertain times, one thing is certain — small businesses are struggling. Many have lost several weeks of income and are dealing with the challenges of whether or not to furlough or terminate staff, apply for funding, how to pivot to serve customers via curbside service…

We have been told that we need eight hours of quality sleep at night, but the truth is it may vary between seven and 10 hours. The keyword is “quality.” Here are some tips to help you get that quality sleep you deserve.

The coronavirus did apparently originate in China. Now President Donald Trump wants to punish that country for its role in letting the virus spread to the United States. This is just another poor excuse to push the same protectionist policies he has always favored. It’s also a way for him to…

Across the nation, protesters are taking to the streets and business owners are filing lawsuits objecting to the coronavirus shutdown rules. As the rules drag on, they’re causing job losses, bankruptcies and a feeling that people have no rights. The liberal media are labeling the protesters …

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