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A lesson for us all

This is the best time of the year for sports. I don't follow baseball heavily, but one team I really like is the San Francisco Giants.

Like a bad movie

If you wrote this Ebola story for a novel or screen play, the editor would throw it back in your face and tell you this story was way over the top and has too many holes in it.

Center for Disease Confusion

You know it's bad when the president is actually cancelling a fundraising trip because he has to deal with this pesky Ebola.

Cred fading away

In the bowels of the federal government, there has to be some conversations going on about us. You know, us,the little people, t

Why not run on Obamacare?

Today's POV come from a piece written on The writer is Jazz Shaw.

Should flights be stopped?

I think Patrick Buchanan has this right. It's from a CNS News report about an interview on Fox News.

Losing our nerve or common sense

CNS News reports FBI Director James Comey told CBS's "60 Minutes" that "a dozen or so" Americans are fighting with terrorists in Syria.

What's wrong with our country?

Watch the video above for Monday's Point of View. You can email me at or facebook me at KETK Neal Barton.  

Leadership void

What in the world is going on with the president and who is advising him?

Rebuild the Secret Service

The Secret Service is once again on the hot seat and they should be. This has become a joke.

Austin, the people's money waster

Once again, the People's Republic of Travis County wastes the public's money. Just like what is happening to Rick Perry happened to Tom DeLay.

Are we being told the truth?

Let me ask your opinion. Are we ready for Ebola? I don't know, I really don't.

Are we like Scotland?

Today the Scots are voting to see if they will break off with the UK. Of course, you should care because it has wide-ranging geo-political ramifications, and in a way, 

Curry drops the bomb

Oh, boy! Did this woman plow up a snake.

I want my money back

Back when I was a kid growing up in the 60s, then president Lyndon Johnson launched what he called the "war on poverty."