Some people start a new year by picking a word. Like a resolution, only simpler, it’s meant as a sentiment they hope to define the year.
‘I just spoke with a friend who got called into an emergency meeting at his hospital. He said the virus is spreading quickly from gas pumps. He said to wear gloves or have a paper towel touch the pump and throw the napkin or gloves out before you get back in the car. Please tell everyone you…
How nervous are some Democrats about Joe Biden's chances against President Trump this November? Nervous enough to entertain the notion that another Democrat — New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo — might swoop in and save the day.
One of the most fascinating childhood tidbits I have shared with our mostly Texas-raised staff members past and present has to do with how we kept our feet dry in the winter.
Give Joe Biden some credit. On Jan. 27, he published an op-ed in USA Today recognizing that the coronavirus outbreak could become a big problem. But he devoted nearly the entire piece to bashing President Donald Trump — who was then fighting off impeachment from Biden’s old Democratic collea…
It's an indisputable fact that the Democratic Party has moved left in recent years. Now, the party is about to choose a standard bearer in the person of former Vice President Joe Biden, and what has become clear is that Biden has not only shifted left with his party over the years, he has taken significant leftward steps in recent weeks.
In light of concerns regarding COVID-19, we wanted to help educate Brazoria County residents on how they can navigate any anxieties they’re having as responsible pet owners.
It is a common refrain among the libertarian-infused brand of conservatism common in Brazoria County and Texas: Imagine the government thinking they can tell me what I can and can’t do.
‘You know what people are missing as they hoard toilet paper and hand sanitizer? They are missing that our lives are gifts. We are blessed to ever be here in the first place. Everything we have in life is a blessing. Our families. Our homes. Our jobs. You may think you earned it all, but non…
There was “people-watching” at its best recently when Texans gathered at polling places to exercise their voting preferences in primary elections. Yep, it was a foretaste of the “Big One” in November.