THE WEEKENDER “Honestly, he wasn’t my guy when this started” firstname.lastname@example.org I guess we will all be in withdrawal for some time. The elections are over. What ever will we talk about now? Donald Trump is our President Elect. I’m not sure anyone really thought he had a chance when this thing started but here we are. He won! Honestly, he wasn’t my guy when this started. But, here at the end he’s the one who survived. After this election, I’ll be surprised if anyone has the guts to put their name on a ballot. How ugly can politics get? As I set here, I wonder what Obama must be thinking? After 8 years in office his only victories were Obamacare, the Iranian Deal and the bailout. All of these will be thrown out and he will be known as the President who was so bad that all three branches of the government have gone Republican for the first time since 1928. He created more national debt than all the Presidents before him, opened our borders to everyone, ruined relationships with international allies, destroyed our military might, placed Muslims in critical positions of government at a time when their extremists want to destroy us, sent racial relations back 60 years, allowed the IRS to target conservative groups, allowed Mrs. Clinton to use a server that compromised our national...Read More
Month: November 2016
Ok, you “celebrities” who said you would “leave the U.S.” if Trump won the presidency, start packing. It’s a list of malcontent entertainers and others who have shown their contempt for our freedom and way of life. Here are some names on the list: Amy Schumer, Barbra Streisand, Miley Cyrus, Bryan Cranston, Jon Stewart, Cher, Chelsea Handler, Samuel L. Jackson, Whoopi Goldberg, Neve Campbell, George Lopez and several more I have never heard of. Another on the on the list deserves special mention. That’s race-baiting, tax avoiding, militant Reverend (?) Al Sharpton. Hopefully every one of these haters will be boarding a plane or ship heading to foreign lands within the next few days. But, betting is that they will stay around and continue to promote their disruptive and deceptive agendas. Then there is billionaire Mark Cuban? He said last week that he would give up “every cent” of his fortune to get Hillary Clinton elected and Donald Trump defeated. Mr. Cuban, are you going to live under a bridge in downtown Dallas now that the election didn’t meet your expectations? Finally some rain in our country—not enough to do a lot of good but it was welcome. A few farmer-ranchers are reporting some ryegrass showing up in pastures. With lots more wet stuff and some fertilizer later on, maybe it will stimulate some green grazing early next year....Read More
Funeral Services for Janet Callaway Quinn, age 55, of Palestine, were held Saturday, November 12, 2016 in Rhone Memorial Chapel at 1:00 pm with Bro Brandon Szabo and Bro Jeff Sellars officiating. Burial followed in Evergreen Cemetery in Percilla. Mrs. Quinn passed away Wednesday, November 9, 2016 at her home after a lengthy illness. She was born July 28, 1961 in Crockett, Texas to Elwin Callaway and Maxine Ferrell Callaway. Mrs. Quinn was a homemaker. Mrs. Quinn was preceded in death by her parents, Son; Aaron Quinn, Daughter; Ashley Quinn, brothers; Jimmy Callaway, James Callaway, and Charles Robinson. Mrs....Read More
Ruby Lee Lucas Knapp, age 83, of Crockett departed from this earth November 9, 2016. She was born April 25, 1933 in Harmon, Oklahoma to parents, Anthony Glen and Mable (Gaston) Lucas. In 1962 she was married to Richard Knapp. They made their home in Baytown, Texas where they raised their family. After retiring they moved to Crockett, Texas. Ruby enjoyed fishing, cooking, camping, and gardening. Although she had many pastimes, spending time with her family topped the list. Ruby was strong in her Christian faith and enjoyed the company of her church family. She is survived by her...Read More
Melba Katholeen Garivey, age 70, of Crockett passed away November 7, 2016 in Tyler. She was born January 15, 1946 in Texas City to parents, Albert and Edith Smith Kindrick. She is survived by her husband of 29 years, Gilbert Garivey of Crockett; children, Tracy Seeton of Kemah, Gilbert Garivey, Jr. and wife, Kim of Friendswood, Joe Garivey and wife, Tonia of Friendswood, Ricky Seeton and fiancée, Tiffany of Houston, and Tammy Taylor of Groves; grandchildren, Sarah Garivey of Louisiana, Garret Garivey of Friendswood, Caitlyn Pohlmeyer of Lake Jackson, Amanda Garivey of Friendswood, Joey Garivey of Friendswood, Krista Seeton...Read More
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