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Ex-wife of the Texas church shooter tearfully recalls disturbing home life in first public interview

Ex-wife of the Texas church shooter tearfully recalls disturbing home life in first public interview

devin kelley ex-wife Tessa Brennaman, who was once married to Texas church shooter Devin Kelley, sat down with “Inside Edition” on Friday to talk about her late husband, who murdered 26 people in Sutherland Springs, Texas, before a civilian opened fire on him.

Fundraiser for United Way, Houston — November 18th

Fundraiser for United Way, Houston — November 18th

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At Least 27 People Reported Dead in Texas Church Shooting – Gunman Killed by Police

At Least 27 People Reported Dead in Texas Church Shooting – Gunman Killed by Police

A mass casualty shooting near San Antonio, Texas, left at least 27 people dead and dozens injured. Reports from Sutherland Springs, Texas, indicate that multiple people have been taken to area hospitals. The gunman is reported to be dead after deputies cornered him about five miles from the scene. Update 3:17 p.m.: KSAT reports a witness claims […]

Preparedness versus “Price-Gouging”: Don’t Hold Out for a Hero

Preparedness versus “Price-Gouging”: Don’t Hold Out for a Hero

. By Thomas L. Knapp As the US Gulf Coast continues to reel under the impact of Hurricane Harvey, the word “hero” finds itself in much, and appropriate, use. From government first responders to Louisiana’s “Cajun Navy” to just plain old friends and neighbors, people are pitching in and helping one another through the worst […]

Hurricanes bring unity to a splintered nation

Hurricanes bring unity to a splintered nation

. By Richard Eber, California Political News and Views   I have a small confession to make. It might sound a bit bizarre but I enjoy hurricanes; especially the ones that bring havoc and considerable destruction. The same applies for earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. All of these force majeure, acts of God or nature, seem to […]

Trump: ‘Every Asset at My Command’ Available to Texas and Louisiana

Trump: ‘Every Asset at My Command’ Available to Texas and Louisiana

President Donald Trump pledged Monday that “every asset at my command” would be available to Texas and Louisiana as they dealt with catastrophic floods from what was left of Hurricane Harvey. Trump said at a White House news conference that people in flood-stricken areas could expect “very rapid action” from Congress to get the funding […]

What parents need to know about “dry drowning”

What parents need to know about “dry drowning”

Secondary and dry drowning are rare, but extremely serious. A child playing in water. Pixabay This past week, a Texas family suffered a heartbreaking loss when their four-year-old son succumbed to a suspected (though not officially confirmed) case of secondary drowning—a condition in which inhaled water causes fluid to build up in a person’s lungs. […]

Is the election “rigged”?

Is the election “rigged”?

By George Miller   Donald Trump and some of his supporters are saying that the election is rigged? Yes, they are. But is this justified, or is it just baseless complaining, whining, even making excuses in advance for what Democrats say will be his loss? “This election absolutely is being rigged by the dishonest and distorted […]

Another 1,000 Jobs LEAVING California—For Low Tax/No Tax States

Another 1,000 Jobs LEAVING California—For Low Tax/No Tax States

Verizon is offering 1,000 employees four choices, move to Texas, South Carolina of Florida—or be unemployed. Texas and Florida have in income taxes—and low cost housing—compared to California.  My hope I that these folks get out of California while they can—failed schools, high crimes rates, worst roads in the nation, a governor that gives water […]

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

Trump, Clinton, big winners of Super Tuesday primaries

By George Miller With some races still close to call, Clinton and Trump are the big winners for respective Democrat and Republican primaries in 13 states in what is known as “Super Tuesday,” the single biggest primary day of the election. Sanders won a few, as did Cruz. Rubio won only in Minnesota.   State Repub Dem […]

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