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I was 3 years old in 1944 when my family moved across the Houston ship Channel from La Porte to Goose Creek, a small community southeast of Houston. Read more

My skin isn’t as tight as it used to be, and the pep has long since leaked from my step. Read more

I’d like to thank all of you who checked on me during my six-week medical sabbatical. During that time I had two more surgeries related to breaking my left leg in March. Read more

Turning on the news these days is like opening a bag filled with meat that’s been sitting in a forgotten ice chest for three days. Read more

The Pleak City Council meeting is at 7 p.m. November 18, 2020. The Pleak City Hall is located at 6621 FM 2218 and FM 2218 near the intersection of FM 2218 and Highway 36 South. Meetings are always open to the public Read more

The former superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools, Meria Carstarphen, last year said, “White students are nearly 4.5 grade levels ahead of their black peers within Atlanta Public Schools.” In San Francisco, 70% of white students are proficient in math; for black students, it is 12% — a gap… Read more

Dear Vice President Biden, as I watched your campaign move increasingly leftward, away from freedom and the Constitution, I became concerned for your safety and place in history. Read more

“Are you celebrating?” The Uber driver’s question took me a little off-guard. And then he may have gotten an earful from me. He was talking about the election. And my answer was “no.” There is nothing to celebrate when New York City was boarded up for election night, with the threat of viole… Read more

You may think you need a break from politics after the election, but if you combine that subject with a story involving a serial killer, romance, intrigue and Texas culture, it can be irresistible. Read more

“On Nov. 7, 2000, American voters went to the polls in what turned out to be one of the closest presidential contests in U.S. history — an election campaign during which there was a notable absence of serious discussion of the al Qaeda threat or terrorism. Read more

Rosenberg incendiary politics definition: People who make accusations that are either wrong or fabricated, usually based on an opinion lacking any credible evidence. Read more