Feb 06 2019
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Modern Day Jacobins? To say that our nation is divided is an understatement. Sadly, we see increasing anger and evil motives impugned on those considered political foes. This impedes both civil discourse and effective governance. Knowledge of basic Americ.. Read More

Mar 03 2019
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One recent sports headline was the settlement of a lawsuit between the NFL and players Eric Reid and Colin Kaepernick. While the exact figures that each player received has been withheld due to a non-disclosure agreement, it is rumored to be in the millio.. Read More

Apr 09 2019
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Real Collusion It’s all over the news. Special counsel Robert Mueller has completed his investigation, looking for evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with Russia to interfere in the 2016 election. Mueller employed 59 professional lawyers and inv.. Read More

Sep 06 2019
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New Taxes

Free everything.  That is what we hear from Democrat candidates for the presidency.  It is silly season again, and they are in a bidding war to propose the most free stuff from government.  Free health care, free college, free student loan .. Read More

Oct 04 2019
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We had a great time on September 12 in Boerne, at GoRed 19.  We celebrated the centennial of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, which gave women the right to vote.  Interesting speakers, compelling narratives, and funny stories.  We.. Read More

Nov 01 2019
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While working in California in September 2010, I noticed a large new factory across the freeway.  It had a name which was later to become famous – Solyndra.  In Silicon Valley, they were a hot item.  The company was founded to produce sol.. Read More

Nov 08 2019
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You’ve probably seen those t-shirts saying, “Keep Austin Weird.” Even though I don’t agree with the politics of the majority of its residents, I like Austin as a fun place to visit. But when it does come to politics, those Austinites are truly one.. Read More

Nov 15 2019
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A derecho, defined as a widespread, fast moving, straight-line windstorm, devastated the northeast, Labor Day 1998. It lasted only minutes, but in its wake, 115 MPH gusts caused over $130M in damages. Power outages lasted up to ten days, Town of Manlius, .. Read More

Nov 29 2019
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Biodegradable pitchforks raised high, saving Planet Earth one bean sprout at a time, and defending the civil rights of farm animals, the vegan scolds are determined to revolutionize your diet.  Force-feeding grain to geese is taboo, but shoving their.. Read More

Nov 29 2019
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As we celebrate Thanksgiving this week, it is appropriate to acknowledge that there is truly much to be thankful for in our community, state, and nation. Quite often it is the simple everyday things that make a profound difference in our quality of life. .. Read More