One thing alone determines if a man is truly wise: the kind of foundation he lays in this life.
For most Texans, Election Day is a misnomer.
If Joe Biden beats Trump, and if the Democrats reclaim the U.S. Senate and keep the U.S. House in Democratic hands, a trifecta, if you will, then what can we expect besides the absence of President Trump’s magnificent pompadour, albeit grey without the blonde dye?
Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and State Attorney General Keith Ellison recently did a number on President Trump and the people of Minnesota. Let me set the stage. A day earlier Trump had pulled a bunch of money out of his ad buys in Florida in order to spend those dollars in Minnesota. He figured he’d sewn up Florida and had a fighting chance in Minnesota where nine Democrat mayors in the Iron Range region had endorsed him. As part of his plan to secure Minnesota he would swing by the state and hold one of his rallies there. When he got there he discovered that Walz and Ellison
There is no more important part of building a new home than the foundation. Regardless of the home’s beauty and design, if the foundation is structurally deficient and fails to support the construction, the value of the home could totally collapse and repair problems could easily become extensive.