Very few people have lived unaffected over the past two years. Don’t forget to celebrate the little victories. Post written on an Erika 5.
ATLANTA — Beneficiaries of two federal programs will receive a 1.3% cost of living adjustment, according to Social Security Administration (SSA) data released last month. The 8.05 million Supplemental Security Income (SSI) beneficiaries will see the increase in December, while the 69.7 million Old-Age, Survivors, and Disability Insurance (OASDI) beneficiaries will receive additional pay beginning… Read More Pensioners to receive 1.3% raise at year’s end
Rocker Jerry Cantrell’s 2002 song “Solitude” has a line highly relevant to today’s climate: “Take the time to pull the weeds, choking feathers in your life.” In these “corona days” we find ourselves highly reliant on social media, Zoom, FaceTime, and countless other apps. Chances are that if you are engaged politically, you are reading… Read More The Importance of Unplugging During a Time of Increased Connectivity
Hootie and the Blowfish’s 1995 song “Time” carries a line still relevant today. Here goes: Can you teach me about tomorrowAnd all the pain and sorrow, running free?Cause tomorrow’s just another dayAnd I don’t believe in time For most of us, May will be the third month of coronavirus lock down. Initially, the thought of… Read More THE CONCEPT OF “TIME” IN QUARANTINE
Before the votes were cast last Tuesday, former Vice President Joseph Biden led Vermont Senator Bernard Sanders in polls in Florida, Illinois, and Arizona. After several weeks of disappointing results, the Sanders campaign is all but dead in the water as the march to the Democratic presidential nomination continues. As the complete results are available,… Read More On Super Tuesday III, Biden Outshines Sanders by Significant Margins