Monthly Archives: August 2019

To My Friends, What are you willing to settle for? I was asked this question some years ago by a friend of mine.  I read somewhere that two-thirds of Americans don’t have enough money to handle a $1,000 emergency expense....
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America in the Age of Trump, in the words of columnist Peggy Noonan, “battered but standing, atomized but holding on.” As I think about the political earthquake that we as a nation experienced in 2016, I am continue to be...
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