In reading feedback from readers about my column on immigration, I realized many of us don’t have useful information on the subject. Let’s see how much we know about immigration.

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One of the great things about living in the U.S. is that our city and county governments are required to keep their citizens informed about their actions. One of the ways they do this is through public notices – the informational notices that have been deemed to be of importance to local con…

We serve a big God, a great God, not a mediocre or puny God, so it stands to reason that we were meant for greatness. 

We are exiting the messy middle of COVID-19. With cases in Florida and America down about 50% – now what?

We’re beyond thrilled about the arrival of our granddaughter, Claire Tyler--who is not pictured above--this past Super Bowl Sunday. Her daddy, Tyler, is a huge Bucs fan so her birthdays will be super special. 

Do you hate household chores? Is vacuuming your least favorite task? Well, the next time you pull out your lightweight, bagless vacuum, think of this poor soul. She is beating this dusty area rug within an inch of its life in an attempt to remove as much grit as possible. First, she had to d…

As we look forward to spring planting, now is the time to create your garden plan. While the climate in Florida allows for a wide range of plants to grow, using Florida native plants has a wide range of benefits, including: Saving time and money, reducing water use, using less chemicals in t…

Even though I am in my 60s, part of my brain still thinks I am still in my 20s. My 20-year-old self doesn’t want to get the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Several readers took me to task when I said in a previous column that small business is not being treated fairly. I said large corporations have a top tax rate of 21%, and small businesses have a top tax rate of 40.8%. These readers said while what I said may be true, the tax code isn’t as s…

Word repetition is a very common symptom of memory loss. As a person’s forgetfulness increases, you may notice them telling the same story or asking the same question over and over again. Both reader questions today share a concerning challenge in this area. 

Did you dream of owning a flying car when you were young? I know I did. I’m not alone. The fantasy of flying direct to your destination, forever avoiding traffic jams, has been around for a long time. 

Prepping your garden for the spring planting season is an important part of your gardening routine. Two of the main items that you want to do now are testing the soil and checking your irrigation. Soil testing can show you nutrient levels and soil pH. Why is this important? Testing soil for …

Our nation has survived the worst health care crisis in 100 years. The vast majority of us showed great respect to those with underlying health conditions by following the rules. For the most part, we did so with grace toward one another. I am grateful to the hundreds of millions of American…

“Last Sunday Dunn-Rankin’s lead editorial stated that the government was taking 40% of his profits. I believe he should take a close look at his bookkeeper or accountant. The corporate tax rate is 21% flat, or better yet get Donald Trump’s accountant. The Donald didn’t pay any taxes 10 of th…

Do you provide care for a loved one, or are you facing challenges as you age? This column is designed to bring support, education and encouragement for those who have questions about aging or care for loved ones. 

“Hey David. Your column about politicians not respecting small business blamed both Republicans and Democrats for the delay in passing another COVID-19 relief package. 

This year’s holiday season is bound to be different – it might be that COVID-19 will restrict travel plans or disrupt family traditions, or it could be a family member’s cognitive abilities have declined.

Even at the best of times, a job interview can be a challenge. Now, as employers navigate socially distant hiring and COVID-19 precautions, the process has only become more complex. While many of the golden rules still apply (yes, you still need to send a thank-you note), it’s worth taking t…

Nearly 70 million Americans will see a 1.3 percent increase in their Social Security benefits and SSI payments in 2021. Federal benefit rates increase when the cost-of-living rises, as measured by the Department of Labor’s Consumer Price Index (CPI-W).

Do you provide care for a loved one, or are you facing challenges as you age? This column is designed to bring support, education and encouragement for those who have questions about aging or care for loved ones. 

Do you provide care for a loved one, or are you facing challenges as you age? This column is designed to bring support, education and encouragement for those who have questions about aging or care for loved ones. 

In 2008, I told my family, before I retired in 2030, my electric car would drive me to work. I would sit in the back seat, reading the morning newspaper, as the car carried me to work. I would charge my car at night through solar panels on my home’s roof and have no fuel costs.

Do you provide care for a loved one, or are you facing challenges as you age? This column is designed to bring support, education and encouragement for those who deal with memory loss, have questions about aging or care for loved ones. Today, we have two questions from our readers.

Sometimes I get emails from readers that sound something like this: “You liberal lamestream media are the enemies of the state.”

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One of our thoughtful readers wrote me a note disagreeing with me in such a polite way I wanted to share much of their note with everyone else.

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A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about how 10 percent of all the drivers on Florida roads are driving on a suspended license. This epidemic of suspended licenses is because Florida imposes heavy court fees we expect everyone to pay, regardless of their income. If you can’t pay your fees and…

Reader T. wrote me the following note about what it is like to own a small business right now.

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