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Vain politicians could learn a valuable lesson from Danny Thomas

Jan 12, 2019 1 Comment ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley It is a sorry fact of life that many celebrities and most politicians have egos the size of Texas. The late comedian Danny Thomas was the driving …

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Breaking News – Eddie Bernice Johnson says something intelligent!

Jan 18, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley I’m no fan of the left-wing Congresswoman, but she said something I can’t help but admire. The quote is from a story out of the Washington Bureau …

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Dallas City Council names Union Station after corrupt Eddie Bernice Johnson

Oct 12, 2016 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley I read this in the Dallas Morning News and had to pinch myself. Did they really name a famous Dallas landmark after a triple-dipping congresswoman who has …

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The Party of Lies and Deceit

Aug 16, 2016 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley There is a scene in Dinesh D’Souza’s movie, “Hillary’s America,” in which Democrat Party icon Saul Alinsky figures out how to steal free lunches. Once he has …

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Too many elected officials embrace corruption & oppose ethics legislation

May 15, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

by Lynn Woolley Political corruption is so widespread that the American people seem to take it for granted. Texas Governor Greg Abbott wants to do something. He told the Legislature …

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Ron Natinsky blasted in Dallas for remarks on Food Stamps in Eddie Bernice Johnson district

Oct 29, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley Natinsky says he doesn’t remember making the comment to a Republican club about a year ago – but a video turned up. In it, the …

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Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson: Obama’s warrior for Social Justice

Jun 30, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley It was interesting to read a new op-ed by Waco native and Dallas Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson in which she discusses the ongoing “struggle” for minorities in …

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