Next month begins open enrollment for health insurance, so it’s as good a time as any to reflect on the first year of Obamacare and all the election-year bickering over whether it’s helped or hurt us.
Category Archives: Opinion
This week’s column is a mixed bag, with some odd news stories that make me scratch my head and a couple of pieces of good news about former Wildcat sports stars.
After a series of budget workshops, the county has narrowed its budget deficit to about $1.1 million, but that includes a 14 percent property tax increase and 3 percent raises for employees. Now, with more meetings scheduled in the weeks ahead, everyone agrees county commissioners are facing some tough choices regarding how to close the gap that stood at $1.8 million before the proposed tax increase. Read More »
I’m teaching English at the high school for the first time in many years and my wife suggested an interesting topic to cover the first week to get my students thinking outside the box. We’re learning about Native American pictographs and Emogis. Read More »