Category : Texas

Southwest / Texas - 3 weeks ago

Quit Playin’: SQUAD: Are You Man Enough?

By Vincent L. Hall Are you man enough, big and bad enough? Are you gonna let ‘em shoot you down? When the evil flies and your brother (sister) cries, are you gonna be around? – Four Tops, Shaft in Africa Soundtrack, 1973 Donald John Trump lives on...

Southwest / Texas - 3 weeks ago

Community Calendar: 7/28-8/3/19

Recurring Events Feeding The Needy hosted by Hollywood Hernandez Live 834 S. Ervay St. Dallas. 3 pm-5 pm.  Marvelous Marriage Mondays at Friendship-West Baptist Church 2020 W. Wheatland Rd. Dallas. 7pm-8:30pm 1st & 3rd Monday Info: covent@frie...

Southwest / Texas - 4 weeks ago

That Celebrity Interview: A Nigerian Story

By Valder Beebe Charity and watchdog group Save the Persecuted Christians and coalition member the International Committee on Nigeria (ICON). Nigerian activists have descended on Washington and other U.S. cities this week looking for your support….w...

Southwest / Texas - 4 weeks ago

Willis Johnson – A Homegrown Hero

By Vincent Hall The Texas Radio Hall of Fame is dedicated to the recognition of broadcasting greats in the Lone Star State. Their mission is to only recognize the highest caliber of people who have largely made Texas the focus of their good work. Th...

Southwest / Texas - 1 month ago

America does not need another war!

Eddie Bernice JohnsonBy Congresswoman Eddie Bernice Johnson This country does not need to be fighting another senseless war in the Middle East such as the one that has kept our military forces in Iraq for the past sixteen years. That is preci...

Southwest / Texas - 1 month ago

Texas Workers Are Dying on the Job at Alarming Rates

“Literally, we’re not holding employers liable for the lives of their workers.” A roofer works on a new home under construction in Houston. AP Photo/David J. Phillip In 2017, a worker in Texas died on the job every 16 hours. They died from elect...

Southwest / Texas - 1 month ago

Will Texas Keep Fighting Foster Care Reform?

More than three years ago, a federal judge handed down court orders to reform Texas’ foster care system. And for more than three years, state lawyers have fought against those orders. Child advocacy groups sued Texas in 2011, accusing the Departm...