Jul
12
2017

Troy Jones was raised in Fort Worth, Texas and attended school in the Lake Worth School District. He suffered a broken leg in the eighth grade and decided to quit school in the ninth grade. He says, “We were poor folks. I wouldn’t go to school on crutches, especially the ones I had. Dad had […]

Jun
30
2017

  July 4, Independence Day for the United States, is a special day. It is the day that is at the pinnacle of our patriotism. It is the day that one of our founding fathers, John Adams (no relation), deemed to be the day to be “…the most memorable Epocha, in the History of America… […]

May
24
2017

Darwin Whiteside remembers his early years during the Great Depression. His grandfather lost his farm in Grapevine, Texas as a result. This forced his father to relocate and purchase thirty-seven acres where Darwin would call home. He graduated from Grapevine High School in 1940 and went to work for Oklahoma Contracting Company laying pipeline. Darwin […]

Apr
13
2017

Today we get a close look at the dedication of the first responders among us. Our friend, Ben Carbo, is a former Houston Policeman and he tells a tragic tale from those days of duty and shows how these men and women place their lives on the line each day, under danger and extreme pressure, […]

Jan
24
2017

Al Lurie began life in Chicago and had a wonderful childhood, as an excellent student in school. He was privileged, as a boy, to have attended the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair. Then at age fifteen his parents moved to California, where he would attend Pasadena Junior College. Jackie Robinson was a senior when Al was […]