It was a simple spot on the carpet. Well, if we are being honest it was three spots on the carpet, but who’s counting? They weren’t the only spots you’d
How can you assess your investment portfolio’s performance in 2018? The year was full of wild swings in the financial markets, so your own results may well have bounced around
Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate was 3.7 percent in November, remaining at the same 42-year low rate as in October, the Texas Workforce Commission reported. The Texas economy added 14,000
He stood there, gazing at the Salvation Army kettle on the town square.
Many times, I have sat and tried to figure out solutions to complex problems we as Americans are continually dealing with.
Merry Christmas! I typed that many times on Face-book yesterday.
We are all living just 10 years away from a world we can hardly imagine. I’m not talking about technology, global warming or advances in medical science. I’m talking in
Gov. Greg Abbott on Dec. 17 announced the appointment of David Whitley as Texas’ 112th secretary of state. In his new role, Whitley will act as Texas’ chief elections officer,
We’re all standing at the edge of yet another year. Personally, I’m excited, if a little nervous. I enjoyed 2018, but it was a challenging year for me. In the
And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be taxed.