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January 6, 2011 RSS feed / General Stories

FCC Regulatory Overreach Threatens the Internet

The Internet has grown and flourished for more than 20 years without burdensome federal regulations. Absent government roadblocks that could hold up progress, the Internet has been able to evolve and rapidly advance as technology develops. More...

From the Chef’s Corner

The Reuben Sandwich

This sandwich satisfies cravings for hearty, casual lunches. If you haven’t already eaten one, this is a “must” for you to try. More...

Focus on the Family

CHILD’S FEARS HAVE INTERRUPTED BEDTIME

Q: For the past week, our 3-year-old daughter says she sees a “scary man” in her room. My husband and I have done everything we know to calm her fears. I’ve been sleeping with her in a different room for several days now. More...

Outdoor News

Deer season is over; for the most part. South Texas continues with it’s season, the hill country will continue with spike and antlerless season and a few counties, including Lee will see a muzzleloader and youth weekend season. More...

FCC Regulatory Overreach Threatens the Internet

The Internet has grown and flourished for more than 20 years without burdensome federal regulations. Absent government roadblocks that could hold up progress, the Internet has been able to evolve and rapidly advance as technology develops. More...

Laura On Life

Ancient Treasures

Everyone at one time or another has dreamed of winning the lottery or finding something worth millions of dollars. Each time we go to a beach, the topic of hidden treasure comes up. More...

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Goal for New Congress: Cut Spending, Cut Taxes

It is often said that: “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Congress would be mindful to remember these wise words as we move forward to address the country’s most critical problems in the new session of More...














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