The recently reported cases of the Zika virus in Houston has commanded our full attention. Not only Houston, but across the U.S., Zika virus has been detected for the first time outside of South America, Africa, and Asia. There are some tips included in this article on how you can protect yourself and your family, including latest prevention … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Zika
I've have been watching what is known to the public as the American elections but they're what I prefer to call the train wreck of America. I have always been a registered independent as long as I have been able to vote. My questions are many for those that support the two top candidates: How … Continue reading Country Over Party
Seriously! I mean some deep reflection on what we are doing with this country is necessary in order to correct the mess we're in. How is it that the two leading candidates are both liars, bullies and flip so much on their positions that they look like soggy spaghetti noodles? There used to be a time … Continue reading America Needs to do Some Serious Self Reflection
The pandering and the name calling have surpassed the headache level for many in this country and yet it appears as though none of the presidential candidates even care to hear what the people have to say about it. When some have been confronted, they have been met with members of their campaigns escorting them … Continue reading The Headache Is Real!
The political climate has certainly been heating up on both sides of the aisle. On the democratic side, you have Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton going at each other like we haven't seen as of yet. Even the rhetoric on the campaign trail has changed dramatically. While Bernie Sanders' poll numbers are on the rise, … Continue reading Shattered Parties