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  • Op-Ed: Will Voo Do?

    Op-Ed: Will Voo Do?

    Man is a religious creature. No other animal looks up and sees anything other than stars. Being a religious creature is not necessarily a bad thing, but being an arrogant religious creature is the problem. Religion grows in stages. It goes from good, better, best, to better than thou. Moses …Read More »
  • Valley band reaches finals in national competition

    Valley band reaches finals in national competition

    Photo: PanAmericanOnline.com Television and radio host Ryan Seacrest picked Edinburg pop band Mayberry for his “Favorite cover of ‘Amnesia’ by 5 Seconds of Summer” contest. The local group entered the final round along with four other artists Oct. 15 and the winner will be announced Oct. 22. The band faced some obstacles …Read More »
  • Santa Rosa police chief’s position eliminated during city meeting

    Santa Rosa police chief’s position eliminated during city meeting

    Photo: ValleyCentral.com The Santa Rosa city council has voted to eliminate the position of the police chief. They cited lack of money to fund a full time city manager’s position in the elimination of the police chief’s position. Right now, Santa Rosa has a part time city manager and no …Read More »
  • Iwo Jima Vet Celebrates 95th Birthday with an Honor

    Iwo Jima Vet Celebrates 95th Birthday with an Honor

    Photo: Newschannel6now.com A Texoma man, who spent the majority of his life working to honor those who fought in the Battle of Iwo Jima hit a milestone Sunday. Cy Young fought for our country in World War II and Sunday the Bowie native celebrated his 95th birthday. Cy worked hard …Read More »
  • Texas congressman released from hospital

    Texas congressman released from hospital

    Photo: wn.com  PLANO, Texas — The oldest-ever member of the U.S. House has been transferred from a hospital to a rehabilitation center to continue his recovery from injuries suffered in a car wreck. In a statement Tuesday, a spokeswoman for U.S. Rep. Ralph Hall said the 91-year-old Texas Republican was discharged …Read More »
  • Camp Lone Star – The Arrest of K. C. Massey

    Camp Lone Star – The Arrest of K. C. Massey

    Photo: KC Massey’s fb page  Yesterday, in the early afternoon, Kevin (K.C.) Massey, 48, was arrested in a motel room near Brownsville, Texas. Massey was one of the organizers of Camp Lone Star, which has been turning back, or turning over to the Border Protection Service (BPS), illegal aliens attempting …Read More »
  • Cruz, a flight ban is a “basic, common-sense step”

    Cruz, a flight ban is a “basic, common-sense step”

    Photo: wn.com Today on CNN’s State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) responds to President Obama’s appointment of veteran Washington operative Ron Klain and demands the President lead the country by banning flights and securing the border. Senator Cruz asserts that supporting the Kurdish Peshmerga is essential to defeating …Read More »
  • Perry calls for travel restrictions to prevent spread of Ebola

    Perry calls for travel restrictions to prevent spread of Ebola

    Photo By Jennifer Reynolds/POOL  AUSTIN – Gov. Rick Perry sought Friday to show the state was acting to combat the spread of Ebola, unveiling the first recommendations of his infectious disease task force and joining a chorus of Republicans calling for the federal government to ban travel from nations dealing with the …Read More »
  • Fort Worth Vietnamese community rallies around Ebola-stricken nurse

    Fort Worth Vietnamese community rallies around Ebola-stricken nurse

    Photo: Dallas Morning News Twitter  FORT WORTH — Ebola first arrived in Dallas in the Vickery Meadow neighborhood, where new immigrants hope to grow roots. Then the deadly virus spread to a nurse, and fear rippled through the long-established Vietnamese community on the eastern edge of Fort Worth. Nina Pham …Read More »
  • The 10 Least Socialist States in America

    The 10 Least Socialist States in America

    Photo: Huffington Post Winston Churchill once said that “socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance, and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” Now when you put it that way, socialism doesn’t sound so fair. Where in America can we see …Read More »
  • Democratic Party leader: Wendy Davis will lose Texas governor’s race

    Democratic Party leader: Wendy Davis will lose Texas governor’s race

    Photo: LifeSightNews.com  WASHINGTON, D.C., April 30, 2014, (LifeSiteNews.com) – The head of the Democratic Party’s electoral efforts to win governor’s races across the nation has strongly hinted that the party establishment believes Wendy Davis will lose her bid to become governor of Texas this year. Speaking to centrist think tank Third …Read More »
  • Texas breaks record for jobs added in 12-month span

    Texas breaks record for jobs added in 12-month span

    Photo: File  Texas created enough jobs last month to help the state set a 12-month record. The Texas economy added 36,400 jobs in September, according to data released Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission. Over the past 12 months, employers added 413,700 jobs — the most ever recorded by the …Read More »
  • Thank you Mayor Annise Parker!

    Thank you Mayor Annise Parker!

    Photo: HCRP Website This election season has been very boring in Harris County. So much so that I was concerned that Republican turnout would be lower than it should be. But thanks to Houston Mayor Annise Parker, conservative Republicans are fired up and it just so happens that early voting …Read More »
  • Keepers of the Faith and Flag, Out Standing in their Field

    Keepers of the Faith and Flag, Out Standing in their Field

    Photo: Patrick Michels Rural East Texans answer a hedonistic party in their midst with a sober celebration of God, country and conservatism. They came from Dallas and Van, College Station and Canton, even from surrounding states, as many as 5,000 of them, some as young as 13, to party in a Van …Read More »
  • Suspects Sabotaging Sirens

    Suspects Sabotaging Sirens

    Photo: newschannel6now.com The Wichita Falls Police Department is seeking help help regards to recent tornado siren battery thefts. WFPD wants to alert the public that suspects are breaking into the tornado siren boxes around town and taking the batteries. On October 13th, the box at McKinney and Rowland was broken …Read More »
  • Galveston police find woman with flu-like symptoms while investigating suspected shoplifter

    Galveston police find woman with flu-like symptoms while investigating suspected shoplifter

    Photo: Screen shot  www.click2houston.com Officers told woman had just gotten back from Africa. GALVESTON, Texas - Galveston police officers got a crash course in how to respond to a potentially infectious situation Friday. The incident happened at a Walmart on Seawall Boulevard near 63rd Street and involved the wife of …Read More »
  • TNM’s Dave Mundy Releases SBOE Campaign Video

    TNM’s Dave Mundy Releases SBOE Campaign Video

    Photo: DaveMundy.com TNM Member and Gonzales County Coordinator, Dave Mundy, is the Republican candidate for State Board of Education District 3 and he has recently released this insightful campaign video for the upcoming November 4, 2014 election. Dave Mundy is a Marine veteran and the General Manager and Editor of …Read More »
  • Republic of Texas now wants its day in court

    Republic of Texas now wants its day in court

    Photo By Lisa Krantz / San Antonio Express-News  Modern Texians have a new plan for independence, and it involves Belarus and Estonia. McQUEENEY — If the day comes when you stand for the Texas National Anthem before a ballgame, you can thank several former Soviet satellite republics, your Texas twang and a …Read More »
  • Houston changes approach to sermon subpoenas

    Houston changes approach to sermon subpoenas

    PAT SULLIVAN/AP PHOTO U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is surrounded by preachers as he addresses a crowd at a Houston church, Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014. Cruz spoke about a legal dispute involving several pastors fighting subpoenas from Houston city attorneys demanding they turn over copies of any sermons they delivered …Read More »
  • Rangel: Democrats try to make progress in West Texas

    Rangel: Democrats try to make progress in West Texas

    (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images) AUSTIN — Some humor helps to understand the big hurdles West Texas Democratic candidates face in Texas Legislature races. Just ask Ed Tishler. Tishler, the lone challenger state Rep. John Frullo, R-Lubbock, faces in the Nov. 4 election, jokingly described himself as “a kamikaze pilot.” …Read More »
  • Promising to Redirect Budget Money Spent on Those Pet Projects

    Promising to Redirect Budget Money Spent on Those Pet Projects

    Photo: File  In a campaign commercial, Attorney General Greg Abbott rolls down a freeway ramp next to a stalled line of cars, ready with a self-deprecating wisecrack: “A guy in a wheelchair can move faster than traffic on some roads in Texas.” Mr. Abbott, the Republican candidate for governor, proposes …Read More »
  • EBOLA SCARE IN HOUSTON AFTER WOMAN WHO RETURNED FROM NIGERIA FOUND DEAD

    EBOLA SCARE IN HOUSTON AFTER WOMAN WHO RETURNED FROM NIGERIA FOUND DEAD

    Photo: KPRC reporter Jace Larson live tweeted images from the scene. A hazmat team was called out to an apartment complex in Houston, Texas last night after a woman who recently returned from a trip to Nigeria was found dead. The woman’s daughter arrived at the apartment complex at 9100 Mills …Read More »
  • CDC: You Can Give—But Can’t Get—Ebola on a Bus

    CDC: You Can Give—But Can’t Get—Ebola on a Bus

    (AP Photo/John Amis) (CNSNews.com) – Dr. Tom Frieden, director of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), said during a telephone press briefing Wednesday that you cannot get Ebola by sitting next to someone on a bus, but that infected or exposed persons should not ride public transportation because …Read More »