Author’s note – I apologize for not posting in an extended period of time. I’ve had a lot of things on my mind as of late, most of which I can’t discuss here. I hope to get back to regular postings soon. In 2011, the Texas Legislature drafted, like many other states, a law that requires presenting …
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When does a phone company have the right to delete a voice mail? That is the question being asked by a grieving family member in Washington state. According to the news reports, a family is suing T-Mobile for just such a thing. Faron Butler lost his 14-year-old daughter, Rhema, to cancer in June 2011. About a week before …
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So there’s been a lot of talk about the “Individual Mandate” of Obamacare. I think the following video helps to put the truth in a perspective that we can understand.
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I woke to the news this morning that Andrew Breitbart, conservative new media mogul died overnight. After spending time working for Matt Drudge and Arianna Huffington, Andrew created and launched his own array of media websites, Breitbart.com, Breitbart.TV, Big Government, Big Hollywood, Big Journalism and Big Peace.
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The first President of the United States, George Washington was born 280 years ago today, February 22, 1732. Had it not been for his courage, the United States might have not been what it is today. In addition to his eight years as President, he was a surveyor, a decorated military officer, and a farmer.
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After being less than impressed with the performance by Madonna, and aggravated by the antics of M.I.A., not to mention the Patriots loss to the Giants, I thought about what the NFL needs to do to make the Super Bowl truly entertaining again. Of course the stupidity reached a peak during the years that NFL worked …
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I received word this afternoon that Houston’s City Council passed a settlement agreement with American Traffic Solutions to end the red light camera program. The city has been mired in a court battle for more than a year about a charter amendment passed in November 2010 mandating the city end the program. The battle was over …
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Today’s the day; The New England Patriots take on the New York Giants in Super Bowl 46. In an event that has become an annual spectacle for many years, all eyes will be on which team takes home the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy right? Or maybe it is to see what other celebrities will be there …
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I heard the audio of this earlier today, and it goes to prove exactly what is wrong with education today: This brings the key question, why can’t these students answer the questions correctly?
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