The difference between the shooting in Virginia and every other act of gun violence is that the Internet had to see the fear on a woman’s face as she realized she was about to die.
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The school testing opt-out movement is not an anti-testing phenomenon.
A friend of mine recently decided to have her eggs frozen.
“Carly Fiorina camp goes to war with the RNC” is exactly the headline she wanted. Her campaign has officially weighed in to reiterate her supporters’ complaints about the qualification criteria for the next debate. Since the last debate, she’s risen dramatically in the polls, but because CNN insists on using all polls since mid-July, she may not make the main event.
I honestly can’t remember the first day of my school in kindergarten through 12th grade but watching Texoma students prepare for a new school year made me a little nostalgic about my first day of college.
Phil Gramm, the former right-wing senator from Texas, has surprised me.
The 84th Legislative Session came to an end on June 1. There were 6,276 bills and 200 constitutional amendments filed this session. Of these, 1,282 bills have passed into law. This week I will write about some of the legislation that was passed this session.
I remember watching the television news coverage of Hurricane Katrina and knowing this was different than any hurricane I’d been through. Growing up in Southwest Louisiana, hurricanes were a fairly regular part of life, but Katrina was different. Katrina was scary.
My father believes in quiet mornings. A rule in my house is the TV does not get turned on until 10 in the morning, 9 at the earliest. So when I came into the living room one morning to see my dad with the TV on watching the news, I knew something big had happened.
Energy policy has been of far greater concern to President Obama than to his recent predecessors in the White House, reflecting the emergence of climate change as a central issue today.