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“The Game Changers” is billed as a documentary about meat, protein and strength. The mission: to show folks that for many professional athletes, a vegan or vegetarian diet gives them an … more
Pearl Harbor Day…..America was officially in World War II. December 7, 1941. What a somber day that was. We lived in Pampa at the time and I was five years old. From that day forward America … more
Many people live their lives looking to their left and right so much that it is amazing they don’t get a very sore neck. What we need to be doing is looking forward. That is why God put eyes on … more
The road to hell is paved with good intentions. No bureaucracy in public service or private enterprise ever starts out as anything but a step towards fairness and excellence. Yet, time and … more
Toni: Last year, my husband got into the “donut hole” in September. I can see from the Part D statement he receives monthly that he is rapidly approaching the donut hole and it is only … more
When Frank Sinatra sang, “Don’t you know that it’s worth/Every treasure on earth to be young at heart?” he was declaring how beneficial it is to be able to ignore your … more
Dear Readers, Today I am writing about a topic near and dear to my heart: nutrition and cancer, or more pointedly, nutrition myths and cancer. My clinical experience included twelve years of … more
Hey Taylor: I finally gave in and looked up NFTs. I guess the letters stand for Non-Fungible Token, and I’m probably more confused than before I did the research. Can you break this new trend … more
When LeBron James twisted his ankle during a game with the Atlanta Hawks, even he couldn’t dismiss the pain. Writhing on the floor in agony, the All-Star joined the ranks of the 54% of … more
Ever-deepening Christian faith is called upon by believers who sometimes are challenged by their “trust and obey” commitment. We need only point to COVID-19, which has laid claim to as … more
Previously published but updated here as the council is still worthwhile. High School Graduates — In a few months, millions of people like you, full of hope and anticipation, will … more
A lot of people have been dying lately. Many are dying early before they finish a long and complete life. My heart aches regularly reading the obituary of someone I knew whose life impacted … more
Clay Center, Kansas – What is a man? It could be confusing answering that question because our society is changing quickly on this. Little boys should have their fathers to show them what a … more
Hi Taylor: I’m hearing more and more about businesses and people getting hacked and it’s starting to freak me out a little. Is this our new normal? Has it always been this bad and … more
Honor our flag [Photo gallery]
James McClung wrote an article that I read and set aside for Flag Day. He titled it, “What does the American Flag Symbolize to You?” As the wind lifted its edges and unfurled it … more
Expertly written and acted, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum has been ransacked as an eye-catcher for many projects, presentations, and programs over the years. Based on the book and … more
Time To Break-Up? [Photo gallery]
I’m currently preparing an advanced study of Ezra, Nehemiah & Esther for our Wednesday night adult Bible class. I just arrived at prep-work for Ezra chapters 9-10. If you are familiar with … more
In 1979, the NHL finally decided that all hockey players had to wear helmets. That came more than a decade after the death of the North Stars’ Bill Masterton from an on-ice head injury. It took … more
Memorial Day weekend is upon us, a time to honor those who have fought and died to protect the freedoms we hold dear in America. As a veteran having served 30 years in the United States Air Force … more
SB1295 recognizes the need for financial support and incentives for comprehensive regional universities that meet performance targets. It’s on the way to Governor Abbott’s desk. In all … more
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