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Five Things I’d Abolish If I Could

Oct 21, 2018 1 Comment ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley No one has made me king so far, and I have no magical powers. But here’s five things the world would be better off without. Let’s start …

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“Drag Queen Story Hour” might be coming to a public library near you

Sep 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Joe Goodson “Drag Queen Story Hour” was recently endorsed by the American Library Association, the same organization that brought the LGBTQ advocacy displays into the Temple [Texas] Public Library’s …

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Tucker wages war against Tech Giants while Sessions ponders probe

Sep 13, 2018 1 Comment ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Tucker Carlson has used his platform on FOX News many times to attack the social media giants – in particular, Google and Facebook. Is he right? Google …

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San Benito Schools could get $2.8 Million to Educate Illegals

Aug 21, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Is it compassion? Michael Vargas, the Superintendent of the San Benito, Texas Consolidated Independent School District claims there is a “moral obligation” for his district to educate …

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Newspapers collude in outrageous display of Herd Journalism

Aug 16, 2018 1 Comment ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The Boston Globe came up with the idea that all newspapers should run anti-Trump editorials on Thursday, August 16 – and about 350 of them did. This …

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Texas in dire need of School Board reform

Aug 6, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Of all forms of local government, school boards seem be the least responsive to taxpayers. Local schools have agendas – often built around bond issues – and …

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Congressman John Carter must step up game to defeat MJ Hegar

Jun 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Let’s get something straight right up front. I plan to support and vote for Rep. John Carter. He and I have our differences over immigration, but he’s …

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AT&T eats Time-Warner as Media Competition fades

Jun 13, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The race is on. Now that Federal Judge Richard Leon – one guy – has used his powers to completely change the media landscape, all the other …

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Bakeries to Burgers — who can a business NOT serve?

Jun 5, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Every now and then I’ll see a sign on a store window: “We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone.” But can any company really refuse …

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By any name, “Mexican-American Studies” is Junk Academics

May 31, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The state of Texas is about to foist upon public schools a course entitled “Ethnic Studies: An Overview of Americans of Mexican Descent.” This is what we …

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