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As a combat veteran of tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, I am truly disappointed to see ungrateful athletes and entertainers disrespect our flag, anthem and country. I stood shoulder to shoulder with other soldiers who were black, Asian, Christian, Jewish and Muslim who proudly performed their duty overseas under “The Star Spangled Banner.” The flag and anthem are not racist, and they should not be used for protest. more
Life has a way of dealing us cards that never appear to add up to much. more
In the wake of Hurricane Irma, St. Johns County's business community seems to have suffered less damage and is rebounding faster than it did a year ago after Matthew. more
It’s that time of the school year again – report card time. more
We are in the midst of an epidemic — an insidious and deadly disease that carelessly destroys the brains of its victims. more
Working with individuals and families as a retirement planning professional, one of the most frequently asked questions I receive is, “When is the right time to move into a retirement community?” And my answer is, “It depends.” more
According to the Associated Press, the U.S. ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, raised eyebrows recently by saying that, "They (Israelis) are only occupying 2 percent of the West Bank," and that “settlements there are part of the Jewish state proper.” more
The federal government has recently released the new contribution limits for all retirement plans for 2018. more
New York Fashion Week has come and gone, but I have the beauty dish on some awesome hacks and beauty tricks from the fashionable shows. more
Athletic activities place significant physical and metabolic demands on your body and affect your body’s energy levels and internal environment. more
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