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Headline: Independence Day!

Date: July 12, 2022 by Scott Crosby

They were British subjects, but they were living thousands of miles from Britain, in colonies carved out of the wilderness with their own hands, by their own efforts. In Britain, the noblemen owned the land.  Farmer or merchant, commoners had to pay rent, their whole lives long.  But in America, colonists were landowners themselves, and ...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes

Date: July 12, 2022 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

This is another one from my recipe box.  I think I found it in a magazine longer ago than I would care to admit.  I love the smooth creamy texture and it makes for an elegant dessert.  While the photo shows it with whipped topping and nuts, I prefer it without both.  1/3 cup very hot coffee 6 ounces semisweet chocolate chips...

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Headline: Investors Column – Recession! What Do I Do?

Date: July 12, 2022 by Scott Crosby

It is unmistakable:  we are in a recession.  Investors – you and me – are losing money, and it hurts.   What do we do?   This recession seems to have a way to go before it bottoms out. Pundits or businesses or the Fed, nobody expects a recovery anytime soon.  As one person put it, “a couple mor...

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Headline: Finance – The Pursuit of Happiness

Date: July 12, 2022 by Scott Crosby

July fourth is Independence Day  In 1776, America’s Declaration of Independence was signed by delegates from the thirteen American colonies, announcing to the world their severance with British rule; but more importantly, their declaration of the Natural Rights of Man. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are cr...

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Headline: Rocket Attacks and Bursting Bombs

Date: June 6, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Thirty years earlier, they had won their independence from the greatest empire on Earth.   Now, that vengeful tyranny had returned, intent on humiliating the population which had so embarrassed them, and possibly even re-assimilate them into that empire. Depending on accounts, between nineteen and thirty warships made their way up the B...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes

Date: June 6, 2022 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

This is another goodie from the Powderhorn Favorite Recipes cookbook.  Each Bacon Roll is one serving which makes this recipe especially nice when serving company.  I find the easiest way to partially cook the bacon since you are cooking 12 slices is to use a broiler pan and cook it in the oven at 350 degrees for about 8 to 10 minutes.&nb...

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Headline: Investors Column

Date: June 6, 2022 by Scott Crosby

People of different ages make investments for different reasons. During your working years, your goals are to build up your 401k or IRA account and your after-tax account, as has been described in previous Investors Columns (available online). To best accomplish that, any time you leave a company, transfer your money from their 401k to an IRA.&nb...

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Headline: Finance

Date: June 6, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Is the U.S. economy in a recession, or isn’t it?  The S&P 500 is down over 16% from its high in late 2021.  That puts it at roughly the same level as it was back in March or April of 2021.  The losses in some segments could put you back to the level of the Fall of 2020 – a year and a half of investing wiped out. What...

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Headline: Like Mother, Like Son

Date: May 9, 2022 by Scott Crosby

When she was 19 years old, my mother learned how to fly.  Her first flying lesson was on the 9th of April, 1946.  It was the first Spring after World War II, and flying still had a reputation of being something best left to daring and adventurous young men. Forty-one years later, on an April evening in 1987, I called her up on the phone....

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes- – French Quarter Cheese Spread

Date: May 9, 2022 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

At the yearly Christmas dinner at my husband’s cousin’s home, she often includes French Quarter Cheese Spread among the appetizers served.  Even though she and other family members provide quite a variety of delicious dishes, this has always been my favorite.  The photo shows it served with Ritz crackers.  Unfortunately, ...

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Headline: Investors Column – Review of the Basics

Date: May 9, 2022 by Scott Crosby

For those who are new to Investors Column, it is intended for people who are not very knowledgeable about investing, and who are perhaps unsure of where to begin.  This month the review getting started as an investor. 401k and IRA  Accounts For most people, the first encounter with investing is a 401k plan offered by the company wh...

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Headline: Finance – What Is Profit?

Date: May 9, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Profit – much maligned by Democrats, Leftists generally, Marxists of every ilk as something evil – what is “profit”? Imagine living in a primitive wilderness – alone, or with a small group of people.  Why small?  Because you have to find enough food to eat for the next meal, and there is not enough food to b...

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Headline: New Lobby for the Mauldin Cultural Center

Date: May 9, 2022 by Scott Crosby

The Mauldin Cultural Center’s theater has an exciting new addition – a new lobby.   The Cultural Center’s biggest in-door attraction for the past several years has been the many terrific plays and musical shows put on in its beautiful new theater.  Now that venue has been expanded. The theater now features a bri...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes- Shrimp Creole with Cheese Rice

Date: April 11, 2022 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

Shrimp Creole with Cheese Rice 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar Dash Cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon paprika 1/2 small bay leaf 1/2 cup diced green bell pepper 13 ounce can tomatoes, undrained 1 pound cooked shrimp (tails removed) Melt butter in large fry pan.  Add onion, celery, and garlic and cook slowly until tender but not brown.&nb...

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Headline: Investors Column – Everyone Is Doing It

Date: April 11, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Until the 1980s, your everyday working-man was only distantly aware of the fluctuations of the stock market.  Fluctuations did not have an impact on his financial situation. For those who could find a way to put a little money aside, a savings account was where it was kept.   A great many people had been buying and selling stocks i...

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Headline: Finance – How to Cause Inflation

Date: April 11, 2022 by Scott Crosby

When Donald Trump was President, he reduced taxes and reduced regulations.  He increased the level of economic freedom in America.  The extent of his successes was limited by an uncooperative Congress, but in every way possible (with the exception of tariffs, which predictably had negative consequences), Trump made it easier to do busines...

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Headline: Why CRT and Woke Are Bad for You

Date: April 11, 2022 by Scott Crosby

“Oh!  The Utter Agony of My Privilege!”  – Said nobody, ever. No matter who you are, Critical Race Theory (CRT) and Woke are bad for you.  Skin color, gender, economic level, schooling, religion, where you live, the car you drive, or in any other way you can be sliced, diced, and categorized, CRT and Woke are inten...

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Headline: Finance – Lies, Worse Lies, and Statistics

Date: March 21, 2022 by Scott Crosby

You have heard it a thousand times:  “Statistics show ...” – fill in the end of that sentence: that we are due for a recession, or due for an economic boom; that global climate change is occurring; that this group of people is richer than that group; that the President’s latest political program is successful; weather f...

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Headline: Investors Column – Recessions and You

Date: March 21, 2022 by Scott Crosby

A recession is a “downturn”, “market correction”, or a “bear market” of significant magnitude and duration.  All of these terms refer to a situation where most companies (and thus their stock price) are expected to significantly drop in value. The stock market has its normal ups and downs just as a matter o...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes- Macaroni and Cheese

Date: March 21, 2022 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

I used to serve this recipe as a main course.  When I did this for my husband Scott, he said, ”Where’s the meat?”.  Your decision to serve this as a main course or as a side dish depends on your family’s preferences of course.  The recipe called for topping the dish with bread crumbs but I prefer bread cubes. ...

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Headline: Day Trips

Date: March 21, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Looking for places to go?  Places to see?  Things to do?  Are you new to the area, and just learning your way around?  Want to get out for a while?  See the sights? The Upstate of South Carolina, western North Carolina, and northern Georgia include enough places worth visiting to keep you busy for a long time.  Every ...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes- Chicken Puff

Date: February 23, 2022 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

When growing up, I always loved it when my mother would make popovers.  Years later when I tried the recipe for Chicken Puff from my Officer’s Wives cookbook, I was delighted to find the puff tasted so much like popovers.  My daughter is now a vegetarian and tried it with fake chicken.  Much to her dismay, it didn’t work ...

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Headline: Finance – Politics Trumps Economics, Again

Date: February 22, 2022 by Scott Crosby

The hidden card in the economic deck is the Russian build-up of troops along the Ukraine border. News outlets report that Russia has 83 battalion tactical groups, with 750 men each – more than 62,000 troops – stationed and ready for an assault.  That number is up from 30 two weeks ago.  With additional personal to supply air ...

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Headline: Investors Column – Recession … and P/E

Date: February 22, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Are we in a recession? The S&P 500 peaked at 4818 in late December – early January.  As this is written, it is at 4470.  That is a decline of 7 1/4 percent. Most people consider a recession to be when the market drops ten percent or more.  Ten percent would put the S&P below 4336.  So by that light, we are not in...

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Headline: Driving 201 – Beyond Getting a Driver’s License

Date: February 22, 2022 by Scott Crosby

“Yeah, I’m a good driver.  I’ve never gotten a ticket.  I even took driving lessons.” Your driver’s license only shows that you have the minimum basic skills to be allowed to drive a car on the road. Driving lessons – “Driving 101” – are important, but their primary goal is to help y...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes – Chocolate Delight

Date: January 25, 2022 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

This is another recipe that was given to me years ago by a square dance friend.  One year when I brought it to a Christmas celebration, two of the ladies said that they called the dessert “Robert Redford”.  When asked why they replied, “Because it is yummy like Robert Redford”.  Unfortunately, Robert Redford i...

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Headline: Finance – What’s In Store For 2022?

Date: January 25, 2022 by Scott Crosby

2021 is behind us.  Biden’s big multi-trillion-dollar spending bill is defeated – for now.  With the passage of the Democrats’ other spending bills, however, inflation has become a minor pandemic of its own, as predicted.  If that big bill had passed, inflation would be much worse. Nonetheless, inflation is now the...

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Headline: Investors Column – Don’t Take Anyone’s Word for It

Date: January 25, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Advice, as the old saying goes, is worth what you pay for it.   That is especially true for investors.  Especially when you are just starting out, you will hear a flood of advice.  That advice usually falls into one of three categories. First, if you have a 401k, your employer will probably have a financial advisor meet with y...

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Headline: Valentine’s Day Is Just Around the Corner

Date: January 25, 2022 by Scott Crosby

Valentine’s Day will soon be here.   Have you made a dinner reservation for you and that special someone?  If you are not married, have you asked her to go out with you?  Even if you are married, have you asked her to go out to dinner that night?  Now is the time. Have you stopped by a card shop somewhere to get tha...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes

Date: December 20, 2021 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

Chile con Carne When I was growing up the only things that I was an expert at cooking were chocolate chip cookies and brownies.  One of my first meals I tried as an adult was chili.  It required soaking the beans overnight.  I followed the recipe exactly.  The result was chili that was hardly edible due to the beans being too h...

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Headline: How Badly Can the Government Screw up?

Date: December 20, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Many types of government are inherently corrupt:  Socialist, Communist, Fascist, National Socialist (“Nazi”), monarchies, tyrannies, dictatorships – the list is as long as all the variants of top-down forms of government.   People – every person – has limited knowledge, and by nature does not always mak...

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Headline: Investors Column – Brokers’ Stock Ratings

Date: December 20, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Investment Brokers and Financial Advisors usually have a rating system for each publicly traded stock.  That rating is supposed to provide an indicator for you as an investor regarding which stocks to buy, which stocks to hold, and which stocks to avoid. One common range is “buy”, “hold”, and “sell”.  ...

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Headline: Rhoda's Recipes

Date: November 22, 2021 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

Back when I was a Navy wife, the wife of the ship’s captain had all the officers’ wives over to dinner.  I loved her Bourbon Sweet Potatoes and it has since become a family favorite to be served every Thanksgiving and Christmas.  I prefer the marshmallows on top to become caramelized.  If you prefer just browned marshmall...

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Headline: Finance – On a roll for now!

Date: November 22, 2021 by Scott Crosby

October is behind us, and the month has been an unusual one in a number of ways.    Typically, October has had its share of “Black Mondays” – a Monday trading session which turns into a panic-selling major dip.  Some are the result of legitimate fears, but others seem to be instigated simply by fear:  “I...

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Headline: America Through a Refugee’s Eyes

Date: November 22, 2021 by Scott Crosby

“This land – this house and this farm – is not yours.  We are giving it to the people from whom you stole it.” “But this is our property.  My grandfather purchased it.  My grandfather built the house.  We till the fields.” “Not any more.  Go back where you came from.” &ldqu...

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Headline: Finance – Fleeing Hong Kong

Date: October 11, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Those who pervert the economy of any country, disrupt and destroy that economy, and with it, disrupt and destroy peoples’ lives.   After all, what is “the economy”?  It is not some amorphous detached cloud, into which we all have to somehow fit ourselves.  The “economy” is simply the composite acti...

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Headline: Investors Column – Is the Bloom Off the Rose?

Date: October 11, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Have stocks reached their peak for the year 2021?  How can we expect our stocks to perform for the rest of 2021?   Note what history shows us in the chart of S&P 500 stock market changes:  two or three years of positive change, followed by a year with a slight pullback. Note:  the exception to this pattern is a major ...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes – Chicken Roll-Ups

Date: October 11, 2021 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

When my girls were growing they were required to help me prepare dinner or help with the dishes.  You can probably guess which of the two was their preferred task.  My youngest, Cindy, enjoyed cooking so much that she bought her very own cookbook when the ladies of the Powderhorn subdivision produced a cookbook with their favorite recipes...

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Headline: City Council Elections scheduled for Nov. 2

Date: October 11, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Every two years half of the seats on the Fountain Inn City Council are up for election.  In 2019, voters chose the Mayor and those who would take Council seats for Wards 2, 4, and 6.  On November 2nd, Fountain Inn voters will be determining who represents Wards 1, 3, and 5.   Fountain Inn City Council Seats – like those f...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes – Carrot Cake

Date: September 24, 2021 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

A couple of years ago my daughter and her spouse were visiting us.  One of Karen’s favorite desserts is carrot cake so I planned to make one for our Thanksgiving dinner.  I had recently tasted a friend’s recipe and she graciously gave me the following recipe.  When I prepared the recipe, all went well until I started clea...

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Headline: Mauldin City Council Candidates

Date: September 24, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Election Day is November 2nd For Mauldin residents, candidates will be on the ballot for three of the seven seats on the Mauldin City Council. Mauldin is growing!  The city is at the center of economic development and population growth in the Upstate.  That growth is happening with or without Mauldin’s cooperation.  To i...

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Headline: Wings of the City

Date: August 19, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Greenville’s Falls Park area is renowned for its shops, dining, and for its fabulous Liberty Bridge. But now through October, it is also the setting for a beautiful group of nine sculptures by the Mexican artist Jose Marin.  The group is titled The Wings of the City – and they are not to be missed.Two of the sculptures can be foun...

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Headline: Rhoda’s Recipes - Hawaiian Beef Loaves

Date: August 19, 2021 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

This is a recipe from my recipe box that I have had so long that I am unsure where I first saw the recipe but it has always been one of my favorite meatloaf recipes. The addition of soy sauce to the beef loaf mixture creates a slightly different taste than a standard meatloaf but the real standout is the glaze. The recipe for the apricot glaze is ...

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Headline: Finance - How Much? For How Long?

Date: August 19, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Inflation keeps finding its way into the news.  Nobody denies it is happening. The Democratic President and Congress insist that the inflation we are  experiencing is just a part of the recovery from the COVID pandemic, and is temporary.   Republican opponents point to the huge Federal debt and Biden’s 2.3 trillion-dolla...

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Headline: Let's Go Flying - On Mars!

Date: August 9, 2021 by Scott Crosby

It has been an exciting few months on Mars!   NASA’s latest Mars rover, Perseverance, landed on February 15th.   For those not keeping track, Perseverance is NASA’s fifth Mars rover.  The first, Sojourner, landed in 1997.  It was about the size of a microwave oven.   The twin rovers Spirit and Opp...

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Headline: Finance - Taxes Destroy

Date: July 23, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Taxes destroy.  Want to really hurt the segment of the population just above the poverty line – the people who have the most difficult time keeping a job, making ends meet, keeping the car running, and keeping a roof over their heads?  Raise taxes.  Works every time. So why do we have taxes?  What is the benefit? &n...

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Headline: Investors Column - Company Takeover

Date: July 23, 2021 by Scott Crosby

At some point, most investors experience owning stock in a company that is taken over by another company.  How does a company takeover affect you as an investor? Simply put, a company takeover is when one company purchases all the shares of stock of another company. The reality tends to be more complex.  The company being taken over may...

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Headline: Lives don’t matter to Marxists

Date: July 23, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Marxism has a growing presence in our lives.  Kids are being inculcated with Marxist ideology that is taught in schools.  Adults are castigated for opposing Marxist ideas.  Marxist ideas have even been openly advocated by some members of Congress.   What is Marxism? Marxism, according to Wordnik ( https://www.wordnik.com/word...

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Headline: Rhoda's Recipes - Best Ever Cheese Cake

Date: June 18, 2021 by Rhoda & Scott Crosby

When I attended college, the food served in the cafeteria was marginal at best.  The one exception (and a constant temptation) was their delicious baked goods.  With this in mind, I decided to try cheesecake for the first time in my life.  It was a mistake.  It stuck to the roof of my mouth like straight peanut butter and the fl...

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Headline: Finance - Teach Your Kids Finance

Date: May 21, 2021 by Scott Crosby

A couple of ten-year-old girls up the street offered to wash our cars.  When asked why, they just shrugged their shoulders.  One said she wanted to make more money than her father did, when he was a teenager. Think about it:  if they keep at it, by the time they graduate from college, they will have more than ten years’ experi...

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Headline: Investors' Column - Investment Strategies and Goals

Date: May 21, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Jokester’s question:  “What is the easiest way to make a small fortune?”  Jokester’s reply:  “Start with a large fortune.” Of course, how do you make a large fortune in the first place?  The answer is:  “Start small, think smarter, and work harder.” Learning how to be succes...

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Headline: Rhoda's Recipes - Ritz Chicken

Date: May 21, 2021 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

Growing up as an Army brat and living in many locations both in America and abroad, I was exposed to a wonderful diversity of foods.  Later I became a Navy wife and enjoyed not only the comradery of fellow Navy wives but also the delicious recipes they shared with me.  I was delighted when I was made aware of a series of cookbooks availab...

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Headline: Mauldin Goals and Budget for 2021-22

Date: May 21, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Each year at this time, Mauldin’s City government prepares a budget for the coming fiscal year – that is, the period from this year’s July first until next year’s June 30th, which is termed “Fiscal Year 2022” (FY-2022).   South Carolina state law requires each City and County to assemble a balanced bud...

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Headline: Rhoda's Recipes - Layered Taco Dip

Date: April 27, 2021 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

Years ago, I attended my brother’s 50th birthday party.  Several of his friends helped by bringing their favorite appetizers to the party and one of those soon became one of my favorites as well.   For many years I belonged to the Simpsonville Pioneers Square Dance Club and often brought the following recipe for Taco Dip for the re...

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Headline: Finance...What Is Wealth?

Date: April 27, 2021 by Scott Crosby

History gives us a confusing answer:  the wealth of ancient Egypt, ancient Persia, Alexander the Great, the Roman Empire, the Muslim empires, the empires of China, the empires of the Mayans, Incas, Aztecs, and the other tribes in the Americas prior to the arrival Columbus in 1492, Spain’s American empire, the empires of India, (exemplifi...

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Headline: Investors' Column... Politics Trumps Economics

Date: April 27, 2021 by Scott Crosby

On average, the stock market gains in value about ten percent per year.  But as we all know, each year is different.  Some years the market does better than that; some years it does less well.  Some years the stock market actually declines.   What causes that variability?   The most fundamental change is th...

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Headline: The Play's the Thing! - Strike Up the Band!

Date: April 27, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Whether you like barbecue, festivals, music, plays, sculpture, or would like to take an art classes, the Mauldin Cultural Center is the place for you!   Whether you want to watch a play or be in one, eat some barbecue or show off your own special recipe, watch some music or play your own – whether you want to participate, learn, sp...

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Headline: Finance - Solving Too Much Debt

Date: March 26, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Politics aside, what is $2,000,000,000,000?  There are about 332,000,000 people living in the U.S.  That means Congress will spend $6,024 per person living in the U.S., child or adult.   That is on top of $28 trillion of existing debt, or more than $84,000 per person.   Do you have $90,000 to pay off that debt, plus...

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Headline: Investors' Column... Taxes and other things

Date: March 26, 2021 by Scott Crosby

If you are like most people, you do your income taxes sometime about March, and send your tax returns off to the IRS by April 15th. As you begin investing in stocks, it gets more complicated.  And the IRS gets more demanding in what it requires you to do, as well. A 401k account or a standard IRA account is in many ways simple to manage.&nbs...

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Headline: Rhoda's Recipes: Mom Crosby's Butter Cookies

Date: March 26, 2021 by Rhoda and Scott Crosby

For a certain little boy, a nice big cookie sheet full of still-warm butter cookies was one of life’s best delights!  At any age – as a teenager, as a young man, or even on the far side of fifty years old – the arrival of a package of his mother’s butter cookies brought with it an anticipation that any little boy of any...

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Headline: Welcome to the Reedy River Missionary Baptist Church!

Date: February 23, 2021 by Scott Crosby

The distinctive church that rests along West Butler Road in the crook of the turnoff to Conestee projects an aura of calm and peace – a welcoming House of Worship.   Indeed, as Deacon Chairman Algie Dial is happy to point out, that is central to the Reedy River Missionary Baptist Church’s theme:  “Love, Peace, and ...

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Headline: Investors' Column... What Stocks Should I Buy?

Date: February 21, 2021 by Scott Crosby

When buying stocks, use your knowledge and experience.  What are your interests?  Your hobbies?  Your knowledge is your edge.  What interests you?  Automobiles?  Railroads?  Retail stores?  Home products?  High tech?  Banking?   Whatever your interests, start by researching companies in a...

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Headline: Finance - As Goes January

Date: February 4, 2021 by Scott Crosby

What kind of year will 2021 be, economically?   One historic portent has always been:  “As goes January, so goes the year.”   Forecasting the future is difficult at best.  Nonetheless, investors large and small naturally search for any indication of what the future will bring.   Over ...

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Headline: Presidents' Day

Date: February 4, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Baby Boomers – more numerous than any generation prior to the Millennials – were born in the 1940s and ‘50s, after the end of World War II.  Baby Boomers have lived through fourteen Presidents.  Half of them are Democrats, and half are Republicans.   The Boomers’ first President was Harry Truman, a Democ...

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Headline: Investing - Getting Started

Date: January 22, 2021 by Scott Crosby

Are you new to the world of investing? Not sure if investing is for you? Not sure what questions to ask? Welcome to the Investors’ Column; it is intended for you. Get to know the basics – how to get started, and how to make money to supplement a steady paycheck. Investing is a way for you to make money by getting involved in the count...

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