With Early Voting at its midpoint and the height of election season firmly upon us, many folks will be heading to their local polling locations to cast their vote for the future of their city and their country. Here are a few things you should know before you go into the voting booth. 1. As […]
I’ll never forget being eight years old laying in front of the television patiently awaiting the first presidential debate that I ever cared to watch to be aired. The year was 1988. Ronald Reagan was completing his final term. The country would have new leadership. I was patiently awaiting the emergence of these two titans, […]
Dallas Jones was nominated for the 2011 40 under 40 by Houston Business Journals. They were selected after being nominated and going through a judging process. To read more about it click here.
By now I’m sure you’ve had the time to digest and discern the October 3rd Presidential debate. Whether you’ve thought about it on your own or were forced to think about it due to the endless media coverage it received, there’s a good chance that your reactions from the debate may have been along the […]
Much of my writings are inspired by personal life happenings that ultimately translate to bigger life meanings. On Sunday as I sat through church service I had the fortunate opportunity to hold onto my infant nephew, William, through the entire service. As the altar prayer happened and so many walked to the front in hopes […]
A true passion of mine for some time has been the ever-prevalent issue of food deserts. I’ve heard many speak about it, and have listened to various elected officials talk about the need to eliminate this problem in communities of color. However the issue remains, as many suffer from a lack of access to quality […]