Lakota voices murmur above the crowd at Rushmore, saying we’re still alive and still lay claim to what’s ours. The mountain weeps at the words
This originally appeared in the June 2021 issue of Toastmaster magazine. There was a time when flowery, dense language was the standard for public speaking—18th-century
I have decided to approach writing not as a profession, but as a tool.
It took me a while to get back to The Straight Path, my blog on the Houston Chronicle’s site, but I have recently written some
I’ve been as prolific as I can in the month since I left CAIR. Today I updated my Issuu page and my LinkedIn page so
Why the exclamation mark? I don’t know…I’m just happy to write for their website/wire service. I took a trip to Farmersville last week, got totally
I have gotten ZERO feedback on my most recent Straight Path post. That’s a first. In fact, after I posted it I was away from
Hooray! I have at last returned to The Straight Path, my blog on the Houston Chronicle’s website. On April 24, 2013 I wrote a post