On this Memorial Day weekend, we remember those heroes who courageously gave their lives for this great country. For the preservation of our republic; for the world to gaze at this free and prosperous country, some have given all for us to experience this dream we call America. We also remember the family and friends these brave men and women left behind, so that we can enjoy the freedom and liberty we have today.
When I was a little girl, I believed fairies and elves changed the seasons.
WASHINGTON — There are 435 members of the House of Representatives, a body devoid of any real membership requirements other than ballot success by people at least 25 years of age. Neither education, competence, experience, nor patriotism play a role. And although there have always been what …
Even though our newspaper office is right down the street from the Rosenberg City Hall and other businesses are sprinkled along 4th Street, we are still surrounded by houses.
Last week, noted pastor and theologian Tim Keller died. While the world is focused on Gov. Ron DeSantis’s bid for the presidency, many Christians have focused on Keller’s wit and wisdom.
For 13 years, I was a public school teacher. It was my fifth career, actually.
I’ve done it. I’m here. I’m at the point in my life when I give unsolicited wisdom-laced advice to strangers.
New Yorkers are divided on what happened on that F train when a former Marine, who was white, choked to death an unruly homeless man, who was Black. The comments sections of the New York papers reveal little division among the readers. Facts are still coming in, but based on what we know, mo…
When I was a kid, I sat spellbound at the television adventures of Superman.
I’ve been doing a lot of escaping lately. Not by literally going through one of those escape rooms or on an airplane to some exotic location.