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
How to Build a Speech
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
“Follow your passion,” they say
I have decided to approach writing not as a profession, but as a tool.
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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
Lots of new stuff
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
Religion News Service post!
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
Putting it all together
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