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  • Labor Day is a special time
    9/5/2020 By Mark Heirbrandt
    Labor Day is a time to celebrate. A time to rest. A time to reflect. A time to share with your loved ones. 
    In junior high and high school, seven days a week, starting at 5:00am, I ran a newspaper route. The life lessons I learned were invaluable.
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  • Universal mail-in voting invites mass election fraud
    8/29/2020 Election fraud is always a concern – but especially in 2020. Why? Democrats are pushing “universal mail-in ballots,” saying COVID-19 discourages in-person voting. Truth is universal mail-in voting is a greater threat to election integrity.
    Let us start with basics. Absentee ballots are available on request – so anyone who feels they need one can get one. Meantime, Democrats are selling more panic, knowing mail-in irregularities will either benefit their candidates or cast doubt on a Trump win.
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  • 8/22/2020 by Dennis A. Wimer, Director of Indiana Department of Veterans Affairs
    The end of the American Civil War left many Hoosier soldiers disabled and in need of housing and medical care. In 1895, Indiana established the Indiana State Soldiers Home on more than 187 acres in Tippecanoe County to care for these wounded heroes. Now, 125 years later the Indiana Veterans Home (IVH) provides quality care for more than 160 veterans, their spouses and Gold Star parents.
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  • 8/15/2020 By Dennis Notchick, CFP
    The United States is mired in its worst unemployment since the The Great Depression of 90 years ago. Indeed, COVID-19 has stunted our once-robust economy in many ways.
    But at the same time, there is this curious occurrence: Equity valuations in the S&P 500 and Nasdaq have hit an all-time high How does that happen with some of the worst economic conditions in our nation’s history?
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  • 8/14/2020 By Dr. Richard Arriviello
    Large corporate meetings and industry events, so much a part of the American business ecosystem, remain on hold, have been postponed, or have been cancelled altogether. When they will happen again is anybody’s guess.
    COVID-19’s spikes in many states have prompted pauses and rollbacks to business re-openings and put large gatherings farther into the future.
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  • 8/14/2020 By Scott Voliva
    The third NHRA National event in the past month was another great show. Lots of cars, lots of speed and lots of excitement. The NHRA has managed to have fans in the stands and follow all the rules put in front of them, to that I say great job!
    Steve Torrence was the victor in Top Fuel over number one qualifier and hard charger Terry McMillen.
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  • The impossible dream? Retirement outlook for every generation
    8/8/2020 By Anthony Martin
    When we hear the term “retirement,” many of us daydream about the years we’ll spend doing as we please, whether that be dedicating more time to hobbies, traveling the country in a motorhome, or sipping from a coconut on the beach.
    But to enjoy those years of freedom requires saving money to support the life you dream of living. Thinking about the financial aspect of preparing to retire may make us more fearful of doing so—and make us realize that it’s going to take a lot more than we think. Becoming overwhelmed, some people abandon the hope of saving enough altogether.
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  • 8/8/2020 by John Grimaldi, Editorial Contributor at the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]
    One hundred and 23 years later, the New York Times still boasts of its alleged objectivity with the phrase “All the News That’s Fit to Print” located on the upper left-hand corner of its front page. The slogan was the idea of the paper’s owner Adolph S. Ochs in 1897. He meant it as “a declaration of the newspaper’s intention to report the news impartially,” according to the language arts Website ReadWriteThink.
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  • Exclusive Interview with Buzz Aldrin: Reflections on America, Space Exploration, and Moon Walking
    8/1/2020 by Robert Charles, National Spokesman for the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC]
    AMAC: Dr. Aldrin, it is a pleasure to hear your views. Last year, you celebrated the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s historic moon landing, and this year you turned 90, and you seem to be as high-energy as ever, still focused on human space exploration and concerned about America’s future in space. Can you elaborate on your hopes for the future?
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  • Three ways to stop pandemic from spoiling your retirement
    7/25/2020 By Albert Lalonde
    The pandemic has brought the possibility that some older workers will have to retire sooner than they planned.
    One factor is that people 65 and above are considered to be among the highest-risk groups for severe illness from COVID-19. Thus, as the economy opens back up, baby boomers in particular are thinking twice about returning to office environments that could expose them to an increased risk of contracting the disease. And while in some cases retirement decisions will be voluntary, retirement may be essentially decided for some older workers due to jobs being eliminated as struggling companies restructure.
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