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Wednesday, February 25 2015

I received a call this week requesting participation in a survey. The first question was, “What do you think is the number one problem facing Houston today?” I responded, “In Houston and beyond it is the destruction of family, homes where the biological mom and dad are raising their kids.”  

In his book, “Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed,” Jason L. Riley provides compelling historical evidence of how programs put forth in the 1960’s by architects of the Great Society indeed exacerbated issues facing family on

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Wednesday, February 18 2015

Did he lie? Or was he just embellishing the truth a bit? Yes! The network has given itself six months by way of suspension without pay to ascertain whether their news anchor can reestablish a level of credibility that is evidently a plus for those reporting the prime time news. Maybe it is no big deal. We’ll see.  

The dad had talked a lot about his high school football days as he coached his son’s teams over the years. He spoke of how hard he had worked to make a very competitive team and, as a wide receiver had caught a number of touchdown passes during a great senior year. Then, one of his football playing buddies called on

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Wednesday, February 11 2015

One was prepared for the moment. One was not. One player was ready to make the play. The other was not. While it was all somewhat lost in the hullaballoo around what call was made at the 1-yard line in the waning seconds of Super Bowl XLIX, Michael Butler stepped up and made the play of the game. Michael had studied the tapes so when he saw the offensive alignment, he knew what was coming. Then the defensive back went on the offensive and beat the receiver to his spot - A job well done.

Dad did not like the internet sites his son had been visiting. Another dad had alerted him to the issues so he made the call to implement some controls. Now he needed to make the play. read on ...

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Tuesday, February 03 2015

“What a call!” was the call made by virtually every sportscaster, sportswriter and armchair quarterback over the last several days, with a tone of derision pointed toward the coach and offensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks. We in Houston know that Bum Phillips sure would not have made that call! With a game on the line, the difference between victory and defeat can be one gutsy call. When it works, it’s the thrill of victory. When it doesn’t, well we get the last several days.

His son wanted to change schools. The young man was on

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