I’ve spent all of my life in the north, where winter is winter and snow is snow. The snow falls down from the sky. If you want to get to work in the morning you often have to rid your driveway of it.
These are unsettling times for investors. Even before the geopolitical crisis involving Russia and Ukraine, the financial markets were facing headwinds due to higher inflation, the anticipation of rising interest rates and the continuing effects of the pandemic. As an individual investor, should you take some type of action?
The Texas Supreme Court heard oral arguments last week on the question of whether state regulators can be sued by abortion providers hoping to block enforcement of the state’s restrictive abortion law, known as Senate Bill 8.
The former Shelley Cockes – who turned down a “Coke date” offer as a college freshman from the same guy she married a few days after graduation – could not have imagined the “roller coaster” experiences to come during the next three decades.
can always sleep in my rain jacket,” my husband Peter announced. I
Out here in the real world we keep score. It is what free enterprise is all about, i.e., winning and losing. How do things change when the goal posts keep getting moved?
I’ve taken up a new hobby: painting. I don’t paint walls or houses. I keep it smaller – to canvases, coasters and such. It’s not painting like you might think. My new leisure pursuit involves no brushes or rollers.
Early voting for the March 1 primary ends Friday. Initial reports indicate turnout has been low, as is traditional in midterm primary elections, with less than a fourth of registered voters going to the polls most years.
John and Mary Smith had ordinary names, but their extraordinary 60-year marriage was anything but that, ending with her death one year ago.