There are a number of myths that continue about exactly who needs an estate plan. For example, couples without high value assets can still benefit from estate plans. Another common myth is that a person who does not have children has no need for estate planning. In reality, it is critical for everyone to create […]
I’ve written about gun violence several times. For example, back in 2015, I wrote: And we also hear “nothing can be done” about the ongoing mass shooting in the U.S., even though most Americans support stricter background checks, longer waiting periods, and restricting certain types of weapons. And that was written before the Las Vegas […]
A commentator who has, over a long period, used the name Dungroanin, just posted this on the blog and I thought it worth sharing, just as he or she wrote it: Been doing a bit of assessment of the election as the cricket is not as enthralling! Looking at the last 3 elections in in 4 […]
I’ve just noticed this ad…. The links are here. See you there?
There has probably been an afternoon or evening where your child was playing Fortnite with their friends and you could hear screams and yells, thinking to yourself, “what in the heck is going on in there?” You’ve probably had to yell once or twice before dinner or bedtime to get off the gaming system, and […]
I noticed Fraser Nelson promoting a post on the Spectator site this morning. Its headline drew my attention. It was: Why the onus is on the EU to do a Brexit deal Written by someone called Charles Day, whose articles for The Spectator do little to inspire confidence in his judgement, this one makes the extraordinary […]