Take State Highway 79 southbound out of Wichita Falls and, after about 30 miles of wide-open countryside, you’ll find yourself in Archer City, Texas. Home to some 2,000 souls, you might say it takes a certain amount of bravado to call yourself a city. Then again, this little town on the Texas prairie knows something about artistic license.
There has been much excitement across the pond as of late over the birth of England’s newest heir to the throne. But did you know that Texas’ very own royal bundle of joy has just arrived? Weighing in just shy of 2,000 pounds, the nation’s First Bale of King Cotton for 2013 was delivered by the Rodriguez Brothers Farm in Santa Rosa, Texas, to the La Feria Co-op Gin at 2:15 p.m. on Friday, June 21,
U.S. Senator John Cornyn authored the following column on National Review Online, May 15, 2013:
Last month marked 64 years since a young, bold and compassionate Army veteran and physician set out to ensure that veterans received equal benefits and care regardless of their race or ethnicity.