scottslemmons

Backing the Blue

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

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Donald R. May

A Time for Courage. Part 4

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Social Marxism has been making remarkable progress in the United States of America over the past five decades. Dramatic societal changes have taken place with the unthinkable becoming commonplace. One must think of the marked changes for the worse that have taken place in the United States with each of the following since 1959,

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Terry Cook travels longest distance of all "Lubbock Legends"

By: Anonymous | Blog: Center Stage

Stay with me. I guarantee there is a laugh coming --at my own expense.One of the best things about Saturday's reunion of Lubbock stars at the Lubbock Centennial Closing Concert was my opportunity to visit with several of the newly dubbed "Lubbock Legends," some of whom I had not seen in a very long time.One I definitely wanted to see was Terry Cook.

Donald R. May

Obama Attacks Churches and Charities

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

President Barack Obama continues his headlong destructive attack on our economy, our culture, and our society. Obama’s latest attack is on our religious institutions and our private charities.  His proposed tax changes will significantly reduce the deductions that can be taken for donations to our religious institutions and our private charities.

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chrisvanwagenen

The bet was on and Southwest lost as did we

By: chrisvanwagenen | Blog: Open for Business

Southwest Airlines will  cut two weekend flights starting sometime in August. The Dallas-based carrier, which never returned my phone calls, wil reduce the number of Saturday flights it now makes to Love Field from six to five.  Southwest will also cut one Sunday flight to Austin - reduc

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Donald R. May

If We Could Have Pee in a Bottle

By: Donald R. May | Blog: Mr. Conservative

Simple urine drug tests could solve a number of our most pressing problems.  The demand for illegal recreational drugs in the United States is a major factor behind the drug cartels in Mexico and drug production in Afghanistan. The profits from drug sales go to fund criminal and terrorist activities both in the United States and around the World. Drastically reducing the demand for illegal drugs would make fighting the War on Drugs and the War on Terror a lot more effective and far less costly.

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Lubbock musician Joe Don Davidson battling cancer in Erie

By: Anonymous | Blog: Center Stage

Not every great Lubbock musician is in the band backing the Lubbock Legends on Saturday night at the United Spirit Arena.Electric guitarist Joe Don Davidson — whose work I have greatly admired since his younger and more carefree days with The Planets, then with Ace Liquidators and even during stints with the house band at the Cactus Theater — is battling liver cancer.

scottslemmons

Friday Night Fights: Gum!

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

Another weird and vaguely irritating week has finally past, and that means it's time for all weekend-loving peoples to get ready for FRIDAY NIGHT FIGHTS! This week's brawl comes courtesy of September 1991's Silver Surfer #54 by Ron Marz, Ron Lim, and Tom Christopher, in which we are treated to the sight of the Rhino beating the Silver Surfer with...

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scottslemmons

Pet Sounds

By: scottslemmons | Blog: Hero Sandwich

lubbockleft

Cesar Chavez Event Tomorrow

By: lubbockleft | Blog: Lubbock Left

I want to share details of an event taking place tomorrow: WHAT: Cesar E. Chavez People's Honor March and Commemoration. WHEN: 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, March 28, 2009 (Shuttle service will begin at 12:00 p.m. beginning at Canyon Lakes/Buddy Holly Recreational Area, end site, to Cavazos Middle School, beginning site). WHERE: March begins at Cavazos Middle School parking lot, 210 N. University Ave., proceeding to the Buddy Holly Recreational Area on N. University and Cesar E.

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