California, often on the cutting edge when it comes to social innovation, may have done it again.
Columns & Editorials
The third session in the Forney Police Department’s Citizens’ Police Academy took place Mar. 14.
I have to admit I have always been a political junkie. I have worked on political campaigns since I was in high school when I campaigned for Paul Eggers for Texas Governor.
Studying the lives and callings of Abraham, Isaac and Ishmael, and Jacob and Esau, gives us a little insight into GOD’S plan for the redemption of mankind.
Before they started spending every waking moment glued to a screen, kids used to play outside. In fact our parents insisted on it.
People in America used to be a lot thinner. I like to look at old pictures and movies. Even in the street scenes you rarely see a woman wearing more than a size 5.
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a column stating the reasons I believe Texas should not adopt a statefunded voucher system being touted by its supporters as “school choice.”
There was another famine in the land and Isaac went back to Gerar where Abimelech was king of the land.
As you know, I travel all over the country with my job.
Abraham took another wife after the death of Sarah.
Lots of people take lots of abuse because they’re afraid to stand up for themselves. I see this constantly in my practice.
The last couple of days my computer would not access the Internet. I tried several things to get it going but nothing worked.
What do the following transactions have in common?
Before I went to work in Disaster Relief and traveling all over the country, Lori and I would raise a huge garden every year at our pecan orchard near Forney High School.
As I’ve noted before, being a counselor in private practice is a lonely position. You rarely have anyone to talk to besides your clients.