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Many of my friends woke up this week and discovered a shocking reality. They are home alone. While their first instinct must have been to file a missing person’s report, they would soon realize it would do no good. I know, because it happened to me not that long ago.

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According to the Kaiser Family Foundation there are 1,005,295 professionally active physicians in the United States of which 479,856 are primary care physicians and 529,439 are specialist physicians. Texas has 64,602 or which 30,704 are primary care and 33,898 are specialists. The state with…

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Is it a bird, is it a plane, or neither? It could be Frankie the Flying Squirrel or maybe Willie the Wingsuit Flyer. I’ll say more about the latter shortly. However, in our forests the UFO you see in the trees is far more likely to be a flying squirrel.

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Texas, in many ways, has forever been a landing place for those who have engaged in nefarious activities for profit and power, which is perhaps a softer way to say “con artist.” Many of the first Spanish explorers of Texas exaggerated the wealth potential of the province, swindling potential…

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This article is a continuation of earlier articles dealing with Texas Water Rights. The information in this article is summarized from an excellent paper written by Michael V. Powell entitled “Riparian Boundaries in Texas.” In Texas, water is liquid gold, and boundary disputes over water are…

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“Instead I hope to come to you and talk face to face so that our joy may be complete.” 2 John 1:12 reminded us of the importance of fellowship and meeting people where they are, serving and sharing God’s love person to person. Our Back to School Shared Blessings event gave us an opportunity …

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Earlier articles mentioned that the American Healthcare Industry began the process of consolidation subsequent to the passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act. Gist Healthcare, a company that provides services to the healthcare industry provides weekly information abou…

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As a gift on my birthday, mom dropped by to give me a little treat- lemon cookies. They were not homemade. They were cheap, generic brand sandwich cookies — a favorite kind when I was a kid. Mom and I used to love to dip those cheap cookies milk and then later in our coffee. She brought them…

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It is virtually impossible to find an objective analysis of what is called “universal healthcare.” The articles are either pro or con. This article is intended to be factual (i.e. For information only). Universal healthcare is not necessarily “socialized medicine.” There are different types …

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