By Dr. Don Newbury Things that go “bump in the night” bother me no more than mosquitos buzzing about. As long as they’re buzzing, they aren’t biting. Mine is a
As private property owners, we learned some tough lessons during the last Texas legislative session when we were not able to secure desperately needed reforms to the eminent domain process.
The caller was gracious, complimentary and far more composed than some of the senators who “duked it out” during the recent Supreme Court confirmation hearings. Before long, though, he uttered
I heard my first Sigismund Engelking story from Congressman Bob Eckhardt of Houston in the early 1970s. Eckhardt, who was distantly related to the Engelkings, liked to visit the Engelking
To make 64% on your money each year, all you need are time and patience. There is no trick – well, except to tame the world’s constant pressure to keep