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1 day ago by Dawn Burleigh.
This week Hurricane Nicholas made landfall, impacting the coastal region of Southeast Texas and neighboring counties. Though the storm hit as a hurricane, it was ... Read more
During the month of September – National Prostate and Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month – Gift of Life urges Southeast Texans to be aware of the ... Read more
In the past month, we’ve witnessed President Joe Biden and his top officials preside over the worst foreign policy catastrophe in a generation. Americans across ... Read more
So another Fall is upon us. The grid iron is set for another season of disappointment in my favorite teams, the Boys of October are ... Read more
For youngsters, the wheels of time turn slowly, no matter how many “hurry ups” they desire. Indeed, dream fulfillment is painfully slow. The same is often ... Read more
Values that later grew into liberalism began stirring in the epoch now known as The Enlightenment, starting more than three centuries ago, chiefly in England ... Read more
On the evening of September 11, 2001, United States President George W. Bush addressed a nation that earlier that day witnessed the deadliest terrorist attacks ... Read more
Preachers, bless ‘em, don’t have to look hard for reasons to laugh. Some are able to put laughter “on hold,” restraining guffaws until sermons end; others ... Read more
To enjoy the right to express any opinions without censorship or restraint. Our first amendment right where Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment ... Read more
Most hunters are so gung-ho, they’ll hunt anything that’ll run from ‘em. Similarly, TV news folks salivate at the prospect of all-out chases to pluck credible ... Read more