The war in Ukraine may go down as the most videoed conflict ever thanks to social media and the preservation of the communications systems in Ukraine. But another contributor is the representation of international media dug in in Ukraine as well, often bringing front line reports.
The Biden administration has been resolute in its domestic energy policy, and it has been a mistake. First was the cancelation of the Keystone pipeline, followed by threats on limiting domestic drilling, and now, with the current unrest across the world, specifically with Russia, we are seeing gas prices go through the roof.
Texas is the right place in what is arguably the right time for more job creation and more job enrichment. If you apply that to yourself – personally – then look beyond the quick fix, the eye candy and find the job that will be truly meaningful in your life and then go after it.
Our kids need to see forgiveness in action and perhaps it will strengthen the fabric that binds us in the future. So, reset, make resolutions, but also respect those around you, and that will make for a Better East Texas.
The holidays are about people – people we care about. So, take this restart, this return to tradition, to focus our time and efforts on people. Truly caring for those around us will impact far beyond our own families and help us all come together.
Veterans Day is November 11 and every year this special day rolls around we, as a country, pause and give thanks for veterans that have served around the world and sacrificed unselfishly for our nation.
While there is no high-profile candidate election coming up on Nov. 2, there are eight statewide constitutional amendments that Texans will be voting on along with a host of local topics including road and bridge projects and others.
It is probably a good idea to start your holiday shopping now, not because you will find the best deals, but rather the condition of our supply chain for retail goods, especially ones that are produced in Asian countries is in dire condition.
In the wake of Diboll ISD’s decision to require all students, staff, and visitors to wear masks starting on Sept. 1, the Texas Attorney General’s Office sent a letter that threatened legal action if the mask mandate is enforced.
There are several good reasons not to get vaccinated but there are also a load of invalid ones and those that take one of those positions will hopefully listen and see what this virus continues to do and how their decision impacts so much more than just them.
Each year when Independence Day rolls around, I pause and reflect on where our country is, how far it has come so quickly in 245 years, which in world history terms is not very long, and we see that there is still progress to be made.
Perhaps winter literally is not coming to us, but an economic winter is a possibility if our supply chain systems don’t even out. This includes labor supply, raw materials, food supply and other essentials to the economy. It impacts everyone by showing up as inflation.