Our routines can make life seem monotonous and maybe even boring. What if there is another way to live, a way that leads to greater happiness and life satisfaction?
Before I was elected lieutenant governor in 2014, I served on the Senate Education Committee for eight years, including as chair during the 2013 legislative session. Making our public schools better has long been a top priority for me.
Boris Kushnerkov and Natasha Fatway celebrated the outbreak of Maga flu they had spread across the Canadian border to Frostbite Falls. Victims of the flu compulsively chant “Lock Her Up” or “Build a Wall” when led by the Mayor of Frostbite Falls.
The thing I hate about riding buses is the “not riding” part. It’s the part where I’m standing at the bus stop, staring back up the street, longingly, hoping to catch a glimpse of a bus heading my way.
What a great country we live in. There’s no better place in the world to pursue happiness. Happiness is always a work in progress. Be content where you are today — but always pursue.
What would move him to drive straight through from Phoenix to Seawolf Park’s Galveston Naval Museum? Well, a Ford pickup, with a stove and huge refrigerator in the back. But what motivated him is a longer, more interesting story.
On behalf of the Bay Area Council on Drugs and Alcohol — Galveston County Community Coalition, I want to take this opportunity to give a big thank you to all of our community partners, sponsors and attendees in helping us make our 2019 National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week — Interactive Healt…
Children’s hospitals in Texas are facing a dire future — their collective Medicaid losses, across the eight nonprofit institutions statewide in less than 10 years — are a breathtaking three-quarters of a billion dollars.
Every year, Americans go through the January ritual of honoring Martin Luther King Jr., our secular civil rights saint and martyr. Marches and parades take place and multitudinous recitations of his stirring “I Have a Dream” speech at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963.
Reports after Ike Dike meetings sounded like people don’t want it. But the issues are with barrier placement, not the Army Corps of Engineers’ strategy. The strategy is sound — create a coastal spine to protect against storm surge and increased water levels in the bay.
Marty Fluke wrote a letter to the editor (“Anti-Trump columnist should have exhibited civility,” The Daily News, Dec. 22) where he said, “I’m disappointed The Daily News would print such a commentary. Shame on you!”
Do you remember your parents telling you when you kept whining about the same thing over and over that you sounded like a broken record?
When something is bothering us, naturally we look for the reason and the culprit. That process of looking means we scan the perimeter around us. Seldom do we look at ourselves.
Upon embarking into 2019, we citizens of this country need to have a serious reality check. There are those who must admit that something is definitely wrong, by the examples that are exemplified. Cases in point, when intelligent men and women knowingly support obvious, documented falsehoods…
The first weekend of the new year, and Galveston exceeded its reputation as a sub-tropical destination. Temperatures in the 60s, low humidity, light breezes, and sunshine both days — weather for Winter Texans to write home about.
I’ve always known that I was adopted. My parents celebrated my second birthday Dec. 26, the Feast of St. Stephen. I knew that my heritage contained German, Irish, Scottish, Native American and a few other things mixed in. My parents were close to that, and my father made sure I learned Nativ…