The Political Disease Killing Texans
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“America’s greatest promise is that something is going to happen. But after a while you grow tired of waiting because nothing ever does happen to people…
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(Author’s note: Like everyone writing a Substack newsletter, and there are a lot of us, I am looking to increase my circulation and subscription list…
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(All y’all - just a note to say again thanks for all the interesting and thoughtful comments and support for what I am doing here. I hope to continue…
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(In the sense of despair and hopelessness that is often created by our democracy during what ought to be civil discourse, I got to thinking again about…
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(Just returned from Colorado, where the weather and the politics are more humane. Did you know there are states where they have services to support the…
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(Author’s note: Another standard plea to share this stuff, assuming you like it, and subscribe, if you haven’t. Warms the cockles of my heart, and I…
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(Thanks for reading. Please continue to share, and I hope some of you subscribe. Readership is going up weekly, but the Moore the merrier….JM) Two items…
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I want to thank subscribers and those of you sharing Texas to the World. I’ve been greatly encouraged by the readership of this weekly post, and hope it…
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“If in my youth I had realized that the sustaining splendor of beauty with which I was in love would one day flood back into my heart, there to ignite a…
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(Author’s note: Got a few comments last week that my piece was a bit of an angry screed against America. I was angry, still am, and depends on how you…
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“Think of where man’s glory most begins and end. And say my glory was, I had such friends.” – W.B. Yeats There wasn’t but five dollars difference…
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