By Lisa Nellis As long as I can remember, I’ve always been told that polite adults do not discuss religion or politics socially. My, how times have changed. Is this why Twitter is so popular, maybe? Let me tell you a little story. Once upon a time, I didn’t “do”
By Oletta Branstiter It has become an annual tradition for many Texas teachers. They willingly give up a day of their much-needed Spring Break to join a caravan of buses to Austin for a public school funding rally. Page 39 of the August 2016, Texas Education Agency annual report reveals that
By Randy Deabay Microwaves, hairdryers, Wikileaks, #alternative facts, Universities and more. One can quickly see the need for something more than an arrogant court jester as POTUS. Conspiracies with cameras in microwaves is the latest in a long list of adventures in this, the never ending saga of ignorance and
By Bobby M. Every Wednesday night, Jason Taylor, better known as @HahnAmerica and the founder of EatPrayVote.org hosts a radio show along with @ChuckNellis and his wife @laweez to discuss the week in politics. They each will give the point of view from a moderate, a conservative, and a liberal.
By Oletta Branstiter In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, named after a Roman Catholic interloper credited with driving the “snakes” out of Ireland, I became curious about the origin of countries’ names. Ireland, contrary to linguistic assumptions, does not mean “Land of Ire”. The name Ire is a distortion of
the Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act, a House GOP-sponsored bill that would essentially allow companies with workplace wellness programs to demand your genetic information (or force you to pay a big penalty).