As I began to think about what I wanted to say for this article, I thought about the days...Read More
Category: The World
Ah, you decided to return to the Orchard Adventure at the 4K River Ranch. Let’s review: trenches dug, ditches filled, terraces built, compost dumped, land rolled, irrigation laid, water bubbled, and booze drunk. Day 9: Dig...Read More
In case you hadn’t noticed, it’s election season. That means feeling, at times, like we’re in the Gladiator Ring. It also means this is a time for us to think about national and international issues, and how...Read More
When we last left Lewis and Clark, Sacagawea was explaining the wonders of growing good food, no wait wrong adventure…now for the exciting life and times of Dawn and Iver as they construct their first orchard together on the 4K...Read More
…but help them adapt to private sector On the surface the news seems positive about veterans finding work. Their unemployment rate declined in 2015 to 4.6 percent, less than the national rate, according to the Bureau of...Read More
The election? That’s history. Now comes the hard part: governing. Donald J. Trump became president-elect in an election that upended the business-as-usual applecart of the political elite of both parties – to say nothing of...Read More
Every year, several entities compare taxes in each state and rank them from best to worst. Depending on the methods used and what is included; Texas sometimes looks pretty good on the surface, with a lower overall burden than...Read More
Our family business, Noorart, a multimedia, educational online store retails material throughout North America and a bit elsewhere. We’re one of the largest Muslim online stores. We receive and fulfill orders from Islamic...Read More
Tackling an increase in specific challenges to the community is a daunting task for one or even a handful of nonprofit organizations, so United Way of Tarrant County sent out a call this summer to local nonprofits, businesses,...Read More
The Ho-Ho-Ho factor But do you recall, The greatest candidate of all? You know Donald and Clinton, Kaine and Pence. But do you recall, the most famous presidential candidate of all? You might want to consider him. After all, low...Read More
Whereas envy resides in the pit of the stomach, pride is in our head. We feel full of ourselves. Pride puffs itself up, becoming invulnerable so no one can prick our lofty self. Pride not only believes we are the best, but no...Read More
We live on a quiet creek on the Garland/Richardson border. Actually our sleepy little creek belongs to the City of Richardson, Richardson School District or so they tell me. It matters not. It’s my lovely haven for flora and...Read More
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