One of my favorite watercolor and graphic design artists is Jill Vance Bukowski out of Hewitt, near Waco, Texas. I first met Jill–from Portales, New Mexico–in December of 1983. As the construction supervisor overseeing a new H-E-B Food-Drugs store we affectionately name “Challenger 7,” (it was the 7th […]
President Donald J. Trump issued one of his last executive orders on January 18, 2021, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, for the construction of 250 statues in The National Garden. “The National Garden will feature a roll call of heroes who deserve honor, recognition, and lasting tribute because […]
Big Tech has launched a major assault on Americans’ right to free speech. In their most audacious attack, some of the most powerful big businesses in America joined together to force Parler off the Internet. Parler, a social media site that rejects Twitter’s censorship policies, had millions of […]
How Liberals Have Been Totally Suckered Into Being Communists How many of these original 45 goals can you identify as being achieved? Congressman A.S. Herlong JR. was a Democrat from Florida. A decade before this, Sen. Eugene McCarthy had conducted congressional hearings against the communists. Herein are the […]
In our neck of the woods–the Texas Hill Country, over an hour northwest of San Antonio–we usually have to travel to see winter snow. Wouldn’t you know it? The one year San Antonio experienced a whopping 13.5 inches of snow in 1985, the International Airport had loaned their […]
One of the most powerful things you can do to be irresistibly attractive is to evolve. You must get out of your comfort zone to evolve. You can’t evolve unless you change. Learn to over respond, and you will become more successful, happy and agreeable to the process […]
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Baby Boomers are responsible for the most dynamic cultural changes in American history. From music, art, language and fashion, almost radical like emphasis was placed on distorting boundaries between the sophisticated elites and the creative have-nots. In art, “Pop” permeated into packaging, television, advertisements, comic books, and movies. […]