Whether you follow the weather, it seems inevitable that weather will find you, in a form and at a time you can least expect. The change of Seasons used to be reasonably predictable. Now, it is anything but. And it isn’t just the weather that is stirred up and unpredictable, [...]
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Today I listened as national news outlets compared Texans to Floridians, unfairly maligning them for caring less in the days following the recent school shooting in Santa Fe, TX than Floridians did in the weeks after the Parkland school massacre in Florida. I sat there stunned. Almost half of all [...]
If there is a single person who represents the way a modern Moderate Republican woman thinks, it is Barbara Bush. Our local CBS affiliate in Houston is now reporting that Mrs. Bush passed away after declining extraordinary intervention. For someone who loves words and wit, her blending of both has [...]
Article reposted with permission from Miami Herald One hundred and sixty three people have died in school shootings since the government began counting in the early 1980s. Needless to say, “never again” is hardly a controversial idea — no one wants another school shooting. The controversy begins when politicians start [...]
Article reposted with permission from Bloomberg Politics For Democrats, the recriminations began even before the final votes were cast to end the three-day government shutdown -- hinting at divisions that could complicate their efforts in November’s congressional races. Most of the blame fell squarely on Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, [...]
Article reposted with permission from Stars and Stripes WASHINGTON — The families of two U.S. soldiers killed in a helicopter crash Saturday will get death benefits from an area nonprofit, despite the government shutdown. Fisher House Foundation in Rockville, Md., which helped Gold Star families who lost benefits during the [...]
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