I will for the first time in my life cast an early ballot. I feel comfortable with my candidate of choice, and that’s all that matters about my vote.
Let me add another kudos for Johnson and her election workers for a job well done, and for making early voting during these troubling times an enjoyable and safe experience.
I think a ranked choice voting system would allow other parties to grow here in the U.S., offering voters a wider variety of choices to speak for them from the podium.
The change of season brings other changes, too. In the dark woods up along the Red River, an uneasy silence falls with the sun this time of year.
If you’ve been feeling empty and in need of support this year, reach out to that person who truly knows who you are, and it might just make you feel like you’re home again.
On election day, things could be more than a little frustrating for people going to the polls.
More than 22 million Americans have already cast ballots in the 2020 election, shattering previous records. The 22.2 million ballots submitted as of Friday night represents 16% of all the votes cast in the 2016 presidential election, even as eight states are not yet reporting their totals an…
Scoff if you will about video games, but it’s an industry flush with money — market analysts project global revenue this year to top $159 billion. That’s a number big enough to earn some respect.
Thursday night’s competing presidential town hall meetings with President Donald Trump on NBC and challenger former Vice President Joe Biden on ABC provided little insight into how this year’s election may play out.
We are all hunkering down now and, while I’m sure the world will get larger and more exciting again, right now it is quiet and small, and I am learning to appreciate the small and quiet things.
Tuesday morning, we had to get the paper out, so I couldn’t make it to the courthouse for voting, but Wednesday morning I was there, and pretty impressed.
History books need to be rewritten in a way that doesn’t leave out the ugly parts that some of us might not want to reckon with.
This really is one of my favorite times of the year here in Northeast Texas. Aaaah, I love October.
At a time when spaces for quiet contemplation are in high demand, the reopening this fall of the Rothko Chapel in Houston is especially welcome.
It was nice to come away from a political debate without adrenal fatigue, anxiety attacks and overall depression. It’s not too late to be civil to one another, even in moments of disagreement.
Those three men exhibited honesty, openness and integrity in laying their cards out on the table, and I believe Turner Industries will do everything in its power to keep the doors to our plant open.
Fall is baking season. Anyone who disagrees with me needs to get the heck out of Dodge.
That brings the current score to stupidly large oak tree limb: one. Dan: zero. But that ain’t the end of the story. And once all this heals up again, me and that tree have us an appointment.
If you want to help local news outlets, I encourage you to look into and support the Local Journalism Sustainability Act, a bipartisan bill that offers tax credits to advertisers and can give individual taxpayers an income tax credit.
I hope to pick up a copy of the new/old book the next time Reavis has a book signing here in Paris.
There were no winners Tuesday night, only losers with the eyes on the world clearly focused on a nation divided.