June 8, 2023

Houston police say ‘sharp dressed man’ in hat and dark suit wanted in 2 bank robberies

Houston police are looking for a “sharp dressed” man caught on camera in two bank robberies this month.  The latest robbery occurred Tuesday afternoon, Houston police say. Around 2 p.m. a man entered a bank at the 1700 block of Fountain View. The man walked up to a bank employee, presented a “threatening note” demanding […]

WATCH: Houston Volleyball Player Dives on Table to Save Ball During NCAA Tournament

While the rest of the world is busy making a big deal out of grown men faking injuries on grass fields at the World Cup, it’s high time we give some credit where credit is due. And credit is definitely due to Houston volleyball player Kate Georgiades who sacrificed her body to save a ball

What The Hell Happened? Why Did Houston Officials Tell Residents To Hunker Down Instead Of Evacuate

Hurricane Harvey is slamming the Texas coast. Houston-area is being absolutely pummeled, with 419 billion gallons of water being dumped on the city. Flooding has become a major issue. Over 1,000 people had to be rescued by first responders and good Samaritans. At least five people have died as a result of the storm. Texas […]

BREAKING NEWS: ISIS Oil Tied to Kurdistan, Erdogan and Lots of American Tanker Trucks Shipped from Houston

We want to know how the US missed thousands of pickup trucks being shipped into Syria and Iraq, brought in through Jordan and Turkey, all upgraded and armed, without the US seeing any of it, without the CIA knowing anything. As is too often the case, we get less than half the story here. Oil […]

GAY ACTIVISTS Trying To Punish Houston For Exercising Its Right To Vote

The LGBT movement is not taking the rejection of Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) all that well. The measure — which would’ve allowed trans-women to use girls’ bathrooms — was defeated by a solid majority of Houstonians on Tuesday, so activists are now trying to punish the entire city for exercising their right to vote. […]

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