Texas is Corona Free?


Greg Abbott the Governor of America’s second largest state may believe it is, as he is lifting the mask mandate next week. He is also allowing businesses in the state to open at 100% capacity. Too many Texans have been sidelined from employment opportunities. Too many small business owners have struggled to pay their bills.Continue reading “Texas is Corona Free?”

Vaccinate before opening,Teachers First!


For many years my wife and I volunteered to help at our childrens school. We assisted in the class rooms and where ever needed in the school. We’ve seen the good and the bad. Misbehaving children, interfering with your childs ability the learn that day . We have heard parnets assigning blame, insisting part theContinue reading “Vaccinate before opening,Teachers First!”

And there was Snow in 2 C


March 2020: The world was a terrifying place. It was scarier than an nuclear missile from North Korea. Corona Virus I’ve lived through Herpies, Aids, H1N1 and various flu’s and yet somehow this was different. I couldn’t tell you, but one day I was scared. Someone died in Washinton State, then other places. Companies wereContinue reading “And there was Snow in 2 C”

Singles Awareness Day: The benefits of being single


By: Kristen Rogers/CNN An increasing number of people around the world are opting to go solo.The number of American men and women who have never been married, are divorced or are living alone has been on an upward trend for several years, according to the US Census Bureau.Despite the fact marriages or relationships are less common theseContinue reading “Singles Awareness Day: The benefits of being single”

Its Time To Move On


The January 6, attack on the US Capitol is one of the darkest days in our history. The Forty Fifth President of the United States directed. his supporters to create mayhem. The Commander and Chief watched and celebrated the disorder that was talking place minutes away, on the Cable News Networks in the White House.Continue reading “Its Time To Move On”

Covid and the 60 inch TV


For years, I wanted a big screen HDTV. I asked my children, co-workers and complete stranger on street corners all over the country, if they would find it in their heart to buy me BIG TV. Even though I am a good convenient Christian, I had to buy my own like a semi-normal person. (I’veContinue reading “Covid and the 60 inch TV”

Lockdown’ voted Germany’s English word of the year


“Lockdown Voted Germany’s English word of the year” A sign in a Düsseldorf bakery stating that service will continue during the Lockdown. Photo: DPAThe term “lockdown,” which has become common for closures and contact restrictions during the coronavirus crisis, has been chosen as the 2020 “Anglicism of the Year.” “What convinced the jury about theContinue reading “Lockdown’ voted Germany’s English word of the year”

Britain: 10 signs that you’ve already had Covid and may be ‘protected for 5 months


By: Milo Lloyd/UK Mirror A big Public Health England study published this week found that many asymptomatic coronavirus patients still had antibodies protecting them from re-infection, meaning many may be immune without knowing it. As the Government races to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus, some are wondering if they’re already immune toContinue reading “Britain: 10 signs that you’ve already had Covid and may be ‘protected for 5 months”

Americans have been escaping to Mexico to avoid COVID-19 restrictions back home. Now, Mexico is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases


Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Americans have been flocking to Mexico either on vacation or to settle, according to multiple reports. In November, more than half a million Americans traveled to Mexico, The New York Times reported. The influx of Americans has been partly due to the relaxed restrictions at the Mexican border: while many countries requireContinue reading “Americans have been escaping to Mexico to avoid COVID-19 restrictions back home. Now, Mexico is seeing a surge in coronavirus cases”

2020 was a terrible year. But the world’s in better shape than you might think


By: Rob Pichete/CNN London ,In 2020, a devastating virus officially disappeared from the continent it had once ravaged — a remarkable public health achievement that followed decades of work. But you may have missed it. The eradication of wild polio from Africa in August was hailed as a “great day” by the World Health Organization and celebratedContinue reading “2020 was a terrible year. But the world’s in better shape than you might think”