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Credit Where Credit is Due

By now, a whole bunch of us with internet access have seen the famous photo of the tiki torch store display with an anti-racist sign attached. 129 more words

KIPP Mothers Want to Sue Charters

If you are paying attention, the evidence about KIPP charter schools, a darling of the charter movement, is not all roses and bows.

This blog actually began back in 2012 in response to a KIPP charter schools press release. 863 more words

Charter Schools

Brinkley, Cronkite, & Reasoner

I’m contemplating years gone by. Don’t get me wrong. I love 21st century living. If I need the answer to a question, I look it up or phone a friend. 243 more words

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Best Houston Real Estate Websites

Houston is a big and interesting city. When it comes to real estate, we have no shortage of websites dedicated to every aspect of homes and commercial properties. 427 more words

Assessing "Blame" with Jeff Abbott

Jeff Abbott has written 19 novels; contributed short stories to a dozen anthologies; and he’s currently adapting one of his works into a screenplay for a proposed network pilot.  892 more words

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Texas Woman Is Going Through Plastic Surgery To Look Like Melania Trump

Claudia Sierra, who lives in Cypress, Texas (about 30 minutes northwest of Houston) has already started her “Melania Makeover!”

This past Tuesday, Claudia kicked-off the eight-surgery marathon in an effort to look like President Donald Trump’s better half: Melania Trump. 141 more words

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"More of Me" has Sci-Fi Twist and a Spoonful of Horror

Before writing her first novel, Kathryn Evans co-managed a strawberry farm with her husband, fenced competitively, and dabbled in poetry.  She still does those things, but she is also an award-winning author, now that her first book, “More of Me,” has won two major awards and put up impressive sales numbers in England.  832 more words

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