Taco Salad Casserole and Mother’s Peach Macaroon Pie
On a hot summer day in the South, a salad is so light and refreshing. This taco salad is a little heavier than most salads, but it is oh so good. I enjoyed making this for my family this week. I used the fresh tomatoes from our garden, which are slowly comingRead more »
by Jon Costa
The Medicare Minute for August, 2014 provided by the Medicare Rights Center and the State Health Insurance Assistance Program, is entitled “Medicare Coverage of Home Health Care.”
Home health care is care you get at home to treat an illness or injury. If you or a loved one needs help at home, it is important to understandRead more »
Matthew 25 contains a description of the Last Judgment. In verses 32-41 it explains in parables, and I quote from the King James version as follows: “And the Lord shall answer and say unto them: Verily I say unto you, inasmuch as ye have done to the least of these my brethren, you have done it to me.”
MyRead more »
Alabama is on a political slippery slope. Our descent is being aided by millions of dollars of campaign contributions controlled by a handful of political operatives who obviously believe many Alabama citizens should be only seen, not heard. This attitude is hardly new to this country, or even to Alabama.
The Tidewater region of North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland andRead more »
Alabama is definitely facing some major problems with our state budgets, and it’s time for state leaders to take these problems seriously and find real solutions. But combining the two budgets is not a real solution.
Our state leaders need to realize that simply taking money from one pile and moving it to another is not a good idea.Read more »