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Will Negative Headlines Kill The GOP Tax Bill?

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The left-wing liberal media is destroying any hope of a tax reduction for the American middle class. Headline after headline of the destroy-Trump media spews contrary rhetoric that aims to kill the legislation and put an end to the prolonged American growth cycle we’ve seen under the Trump presidency. The latest negative attention centers around the deduction for state and local taxes. While this is a legitimate concern for high tax states like New York and California, the impact to the rest of America is nil.

According to the IRS, only 30% of tax filers itemize their deductions. The other 70% don’t. Now, once you raise the standard deduction by double, even fewer taxpayers will itemize. So, only the rich. I repeat, only the rich will still need to itemize their deductions. The vast majority of Americans will not have enough itemized deductions (under today’s tax code) to itemize; making the elimination of many itemized deductions a mute point. This point and this point alone counters 90% of all arguments currently being made by the left-wing conspiracy theorists. In fact, by my stubby pencil math, 85% of all Americans will no longer have to itemize their deductions which will make filing taxes much easier. The other 15% may have to itemize, they may have to pay a little more, and they may have to start lobbying their states to stop being so inefficient. But, so what? We’re talking about the millionaires of our country. The people who make a lot of money already. The people who claim that they don’t mind paying a little more in taxes. Just ask Warren Buffet…

So, at the end of the day, everyone needs to understand that this tax cut is good for business. It’s good for America. It will put us on a stabilized path of 3% or better GDP growth. Growth that will ultimately balance our budget and pay down our country’s debt. The kind of growth that will stimulate economic activity, and produce increased demand for labor which will raise your wages. These tax cuts have the potential to create a new and prosperous business climate for years to come. A climate that will not only impact the country’s middle class, but their children and grandchildren across the full spectrum of society.

Don’t forget folks; a massive debt burden that doubled under Democratic oversight during the Obama years, put our country at an incredible disadvantage. The disadvantage is worsened when our companies aren’t on the same playing field as the rest of the industrialized world. America should get behind this tax bill right now. We have to get it done! We have to get it done now!

Don’t get distracted by the negative headlines. Call your Congressmen. Call your Senators. Write them letters and make your voices heard across the country. Otherwise, nothing will change. We’ll sink further into debt. Our country will ultimately go bankrupt. It’s not going to be a pretty day when we declare to the world that we can no longer pay the interest on our debt. We’ll wind up like the socialist country Venezuela if we don’t get this right. So… FIGHT! Call! Advocate for this. We need it. Your nation needs it! Your kids need it! Future generations need it! FIGHT! WIN!

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By Johnny Bevers In the Seeking Alpha article titled “Clean Energy Fuels: A Flawed Business Model And Morgan Stanley’s Folly,” the author raises some legitimate concerns over Clean Energy, but failed to address some “core” aspects of the business that must be understood.   While most have read Clean Energy’s latest quarterly report, the reader ought … Continue reading

Natural Gas Vehicles (NGVs) Catching On!

By Johnny Bevers To some of us it’s no surprise that natural gas vehicles are gaining popularity for their lower cost of operation.  Natural gas is typically 30 to 50% cheaper than diesel making fleet managers across America salivate at the prospect of lowering their day-to-day expenses.  As companies add new rigs to their logistics … Continue reading

Texas Unemployment: How Long Should You Wait To Go Back To Work?

By Johnny Bevers Since the Republican controlled House Of Representatives continues to block Federal unemployment assistance, how long should you wait to begin a serious job search?  Most states offer 24 to 26 weeks of unemployment assistance, but since the recession, the federal government has been supplementing state run unemployment by adding several months of … Continue reading

Texas Trucking Companies Desperate To Fill Driving Jobs

By Johnny Bevers As the economy heats up, Texas truck companies are desperate to fill jobs to meet the demand of increasing customer shipments.  Unlike other states, people are flocking to Texas for it’s business friendly environment which is increasing the need to supply a bigger population.  So, if you have thought about a job in … Continue reading

Try The Star Cinema Grill In Webster TX For A Great Time

By Johnny Bevers I recently visited the Star Cinema Grill (SCG for short) in Webster, TX and had a fantastic time with my girlfriend.  This isn’t your traditional movie theater.  In fact, it’s a full service restaurant where you can order anything off of a restaurant quality menu at any time during the movie.  You can … Continue reading

5 Easy Ways To Watch Local TV Online

By Johnny Bevers It is no old wives tale that American’s love to sit in front of the television screen, it has been a pastime in this country for several decades.  Something about laying down on the couch, flipping on the boob tube, and eating bag after bag of Doritos releases tension like nothing else … Continue reading

10 Easy Steps to Rid Yourself of Lower Belly Fat

By Johnny Bevers There are many people today who struggle with getting rid of stubborn lower stomach fat.  Any individual who wants to lose lower belly fat, will find that toning this stubborn area can sometimes be a challenge.  While ladies belly fat tends to be the most stubborn, due to the unique makeup of … Continue reading

5 Easy Ways To Lose Water Weight Overnight

By Johnny Bevers Losing water weight can be challenging, and if you have a big “weigh-in” coming soon, we’ll give you 5 easy ways to shed some unwanted pounds overnight.  If you’re in this category, we have some easy-to-follow advice that might help get you to your weight loss goals and get you that slim figure you’ve … Continue reading

How To File For A Lost Automotive Title In Texas

By Johnny Bevers Buying a vehicle from junk yards can be a cheap alternative to buying one used. The problem here is that the titles of the car are often misplaced. Titles are only needed when borrowing, selling, or buying a car, so when they are sent to the junkyard they often come without titles. … Continue reading

How To Get Your Life Insurance License In Texas

By Johnny Bevers The state of Texas has various different insurance licenses available for those looking to start a new, exciting career in this industry. Texas residents who are specifically looking to sell life insurance will find that there are several steps involved with obtaining a license in the state. However, with the right documents … Continue reading

How To File Your Own Divorce In Texas

By Johnny Bevers For those that live in the state of Texas and are considering a divorce or just want to know more, we have provided the reader with step-by-step information about how to file your very own divorce including additional information you will find useful when divorcing in Texas. DIVORCE FILING PROCESS Normally in … Continue reading

How to Get a Concealed Weapons Permit in Texas

By Johnny Bevers There are many reasons one may be itching to get a concealed weapons license. Personal safety and that of your friends and family, protection of personal property, and being an asset to the public in times of need are all legitimate reasons to carry a weapon. The fact that criminals know that … Continue reading

How to Get Rid of Silverfish Bugs

By Johnny Bevers Facts About Silverfish Bugs Silverfish bugs can be easily identified by their scaly silver exoskeleton and antennas. They have scales that cover nearly the entirety of their body and are only an inch in size at most. Nearly unidentifiable by the naked eye, they can be hard to get rid of once … Continue reading

The Top 5 Cloud Computing Companies For Small Business in 2014

Edited By Johnny Bevers Written by:  Gilbert Baca, New Braunfels, TX; Tex.Org Contributor Cloud computing companies exist throughout the world, literally and figuratively.  Many are public computer network companies that you see every day.  Publicly traded companies like Google and Microsoft are some of the largest providers of cloud storage in the world.  Cloud storage … Continue reading

Oil Field Jobs In Texas

By Paul Titley, Tex.Org Contributor Oil field jobs in Texas are growing due to oil’s high price and demand throughout the country.  Texas has the highest oil output of any US state – producing around sixty million barrels of crude oil every month.  This equates to approximately one third of the USA’s entire crude oil … Continue reading

How to Eliminate Brown Recluse Spiders

By Johnny Bevers If you’re looking to kill the poisonous brown recluse, here’s some great information on what they look like, where they live, and how to permanently rid yourself of them to protect you and your family.  Brown recluse spiders are small, sandy brown spiders that commonly have a violin shaped mark on their … Continue reading

The Top 10 Reasons People Shop At J.C. Penney

 By Johnny Bevers In the United States today, there are very few department stores that are as popular as J.C. Penney.  Today there are J.C. Penney stores in every state in the US and more are being opened every year.  With millions of dedicated customers and a growing fan base, there is no denying the … Continue reading

Where To Find A Personal Injury Attorney In The Dallas Texas Area

By Johnny Bevers Have you or someone you know recently been hurt and are looking to be compensated with the help of a personal injury attorney in Dallas?  If you are, then you have certainly come to the right place as we are about to provide you with reliable names that can meet any of your … Continue reading

Top 10 Items Found On A Hospitality Management Job Description

By Johnny Bevers Writing an effective hospitality management job description can be difficult.  It is recommended that you keep it short and concise, while making sure to lay out all the responsibilities your potential employee will be responsible for.  Managers handle many aspects of the work place and should be informed of what their duties … Continue reading

How To Become A Yoga Instructor – Step-By-Step Guide

By Lisa Czachowski, Tex Contributor Edited: By Johnny Bevers If you have ever had the desire to be a yoga teacher, you will find there are several, easy step-by-step instructions you can follow to help you learn to become a yoga instructor.  A career as a yoga instructor can be a rewarding experience for any … Continue reading

How the Texas Lemon Law Works To Protect Consumers

By Johnny Bevers If you have a new motor vehicle that seems to forever be in the garage then the Texas Lemon Law could be a very valuable tool for you.  Some cars are lemons, no two ways about it; and these cars can cause no end of heartbreak for their owners, who have to … Continue reading

Complete List Of Oil Field Companies Hiring Now!

Since the last article we did on the Texas oil fields was so popular, we’ve decided to do another featuring nothing but companies who are hiring oilfield workers right now!  We’ve received literally thousands of comments from our readers requesting that we put together an article that tells them who exactly is hiring and how … Continue reading

How the Texas Virtual K12 Academy Works

By Lisa Czachowski, Tex.Org Contributor The Texas Virtual Academy (TXVA) is a much talked about online school, designed to provide online learning opportunities for children from 3rd through 12th grade. The goal of this virtual academy is to offer children with the opportunity to learn in a manner that is most fitting for their own … Continue reading

The “Flappy Bird” Iphone Phenomenon

By Johnny Bevers The wildly popular and ferociously difficult iPhone game, Flappy Bird, was a huge success upon release on May 24, 2013.  It was highly criticized as a “quick job” for its below average graphics and outrageously hard gameplay.  This, however, didn’t stop it from making a ton of money and having a huge … Continue reading

Presumptive Signs Of Pregnancy Without A Test

By Johnny Bevers Even if you don’t have a way to get your hands on a pregnancy test proper, there are still many presumptive signs of pregnancy without a test.  A number of these signs can mean a lot of different things, of course, but any combination of these signs can mean that you are, … Continue reading

How Much Were Gas Prices The Day Obama Took Office

There’s a viral picture floating around Facebook that’s a snapshot of a gas station with prices the day President Obama took office.  The station owner snapped the photo recently, but these were pretty close to the prices when Obama took office.  Whoever originally came up with the idea was genius!  Now, truth be told, gas … Continue reading

Why You Should Defragment Windows Often – A How To Guide

By Gilbert Baca, Contributor Defragmenting a hard drive is a very important task in a Windows environment.  If you run any version of Microsoft Windows, defragmentation is an important part of computer maintenance.  Microsoft has always included a defragmentation tool within its operating systems from Windows Millennium on up to XP.  Very limited in early versions … Continue reading

How Much Car Designers Make And How To Become One

By Johnny Bevers Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a car designer or what a car designer’s salary even looks like? If you have then you’re in luck as this content is geared directly toward you. Stick around as we discover what it takes to become a car designer, what … Continue reading

The Top 5 Highest Paying Criminology Careers In America

By Johnny Bevers Criminology careers can be both profitable and gratifying. Many find being on the right side of the law to be the greatest thing one can do with their lives. Before one can deem themselves a lawman (or woman), they need to think about the different possibilities and avenues of achieving their chosen … Continue reading

How Appointment Setters Can Grow Your Business

By Johnny Bevers If your company has yet to explore the benefits of professional appointment setters; you may want to consider these services and what they can offer in terms of potential business growth.  Many companies in all different industries have found that professional appointment setting services can actually help grow their business.  On a … Continue reading

Using CCleaner To Speed Up Your Computer’s Performance

By Gilbert Baca (New Braunfels, TX), Tex Contributor, Having a slow computer can really drive you nuts!  Clicking and waiting, particularly when you are in a hurry will make you pull your gleaming hair out.  There are a lot of reasons that a computer can be slow.  Computer may be old and out of date.  The … Continue reading

How Much Do Court Reporters Make and Who’s Hiring?

By Johnny Bevers This article will provide a detailed look at the question:  How much do court reporters make?  It will also provide an overview of the industry as a whole and provide information on training, certification, the duties of a court reporter, the advantages and disadvantages of being a court reporter, employers of court … Continue reading

Easy Exercises to Help Reduce Breast Size

By Johnny Bevers There are many women today who feel as though their natural breast size is too large. Whether they are concerned about aesthetics or feel as though their breasts are interrupting their daily activities, there are many women are looking for ways they can easily reduce the size of their breasts without turning … Continue reading

How The Pyxis Machine Works And Why It’s Used

By Johnny Bevers For many that have medical background and knowledge, an introduction to the Pyxis Machine (more commonly known as the Pyxis MedStation system) may not be necessary.  But for the remainder of us that sincerely had or have not heard of it before, the following article has been constructed to give you a … Continue reading

All About Metronidazole For Dogs

By Johnny Bevers We all want the best for our pet so it is wise to know just a little about any medication your vet has prescribed them.  Metronidazole is commonly administered in the form of Flagyl.  Flagyl is the brand name; metronidazole is the active ingredient it contains.  From now on in this article … Continue reading

Where Can I Get A Meningitis Immunization Vaccine?

By Johnny Bevers It is important that you and your family are vaccinated against meningitis as this disease can be life-threatening – we’ll show you where to go and explain meningitis symptoms in a nutshell.  In addition, it is somewhat contagious and treatment is not always effective even if the disease is caught early enough. What … Continue reading

How the Green Tea Diet Helps With Weight Loss

By Johnny Bevers You probably don’t need another reason to drink green tea. After all, it’s delicious, smooth, and the flavor can easily be changed to suit your tastes for the day. In addition to its soothing qualities, research has been done about green tea that proves that it’s not only an autoimmune booster, but … Continue reading

10 High Paying Part Time Jobs to Supplement Your Income

By Johnny Bevers With the effects of the recession still affecting many people, there are countless individuals who are looking for ways to supplement their income and to start earning more money.  Whether its due to being laid off, or just because bills are starting to pile up, when its time to find an extra … Continue reading

Should You Ship Your Car Overseas When Taking A New Job

By Johnny Bevers If you’re wondering how to ship your car overseas, we’ve got inside information that will help make your decision.  It’s a wonderful experience to leave your homeland and venture off to a new country or continent in search for greener grass.  Speaking from personal experience, as one who has lived abroad for more … Continue reading

How To Make Your Own Anti-Wrinkle Eye Cream (Cheap!!)

By Johnny Bevers Let’s face it, anti-aging products are expensive, so start saving today by making your own anti-wrinkle eye cream.  You’ll be pleasantly surprised how cheap the ingredients are and how effective homemade eye cream actually is.  Just follow these simple instructions, keeping in mind that you will have leftover ingredients that you can … Continue reading

How Water Works to Encourage Weight Loss

By Johnny Bevers Water is one of the most pure and basic elements that you can put into your body.  However, while simple and natural, water is also extremely powerful as well. The right amount of water has the power to lose weight and shed unwanted fat.  Those who want a healthy body and who … Continue reading

What ACLS Certification Is and How Being Certified Can Further Your Career

By Johnny Bevers ACLS Certification is an important qualification for healthcare providers and professionals.  ACLS stands for Advanced Cardiac Life Support and once you have passed this course you are considered qualified to deal with cardiac arrests, and other heart-related emergencies.  Put simply, it’s a qualification that may help you save a life.  Many high … Continue reading

What A CPA Firm Does And How They Can Help Your Business

Increasingly, businesses both in the real and virtual world are choosing to employ the help of a CPA Firm.  CPA stands for Certified Public Accountant and it is in this area, as well as others, that a CPA Firm operates.  A CPA Firm can provide services to your business that may negate the necessity of employing … Continue reading

How To Shrink Large Pores On Your Nose

By Johnny Bevers If you’d like to shrink those unsightly pores on your nose, your not alone in your quest for facial perfection.  For many people, having large pores on your nose can be a distressing subject.  Society has never pushed the importance of looks more than they do today.  Hopefully, fewer and fewer are learning now … Continue reading

All About Guinea Wasps And How To Get Rid Of Them

By Johnny Bevers Have you ever been stung by a Guinea Wasp?  I have, and the first time it happened when I was a boy…  I’ve never forgotten that experience and I remember exactly the circumstance and how painful the sting really was.  As much as many of us may wish ill upon insects such as wasps however, … Continue reading

How To React To An Eggplant Allergy

By Johnny Bevers Eggplant, or “aubergine” in British English, part of the nightshade family, is a glossy, purple fruit that grow on vines, much like tomatoes, and are prized for their meaty flavor and tender texture; unfortunately, some people are allergic to them.  Eggplant is a good source of fiber; vitamin B1, B6 and K; … Continue reading

How Garcinia Cambogia Can Help You Lose Weight

By Johnny Bevers Check out Garcinia Cambogia if you’re trying for some weight loss?  That cursed word, “fat” that we all hate to confess we have too much of and trying to shed those excess pounds seems to be a never-ending endeavor of dieting and having to do the most appropriate exercises.  There appears to … Continue reading

Can You Really Send A Text Message From A Tablet Computer?

By Johnny Bevers I never knew I could send a text message from my tablet. One day, after my phone died, I found myself needing to text my son to pick up something from the store.  He had borrowed my cell phone charger, leaving me with no way to charge my phone.  After doing a … Continue reading

American Giant Brings Manufacturing Back To The United States

By Johnny Bevers According to Fortune magazine (Jan 13, 2014), American Giant (based in San Francisco) is bringing  apparel manufacturing jobs back to the United States.  In 2011, Baird Winthrop (a former investment banker) decided to start making American-made hoodies.  By cutting out wholesalers, American giant sales directly to consumers from their website.  While labor costs … Continue reading

How To Make Your Own Graduation Announcements

By Johnny Bevers Graduation is an important event, and you will almost certainly want to invite people to share this mile-stone with you, both at the ceremony itself and afterwards at some kind of celebration.  More and more people are choosing to make their own graduation announcements to inform people of their success and to invite … Continue reading

Why Bananas Are Good For You

By Johnny Bevers Ever wonder why bananas are good for you?  Bananas have several health benefits and only a few negatives.  Unfortunately some people are allergic to bananas and that’s really the only negative.  The benefits are many.  First, can really help with your mood as they contain tryptophan and 30% of your days vitamin … Continue reading

How To Make Your Very Own Tick Repellent

If you’re tired of ticks that try to feed off of you and your animals and you don’t feel like running to the store to purchase some over-priced repellent, do not fret.  Like many other products on the market, prices don’t seem to be dropping much anywhere.  Many people are resorting to their own homemade … Continue reading

The Absolute Best Grand Re-opening Ideas For Your Business

By Johnny Bevers Have you recently undergone some much needed re-modeling and restoration to your business or have you just re-located? All the same, you should remedy any thoughts or concerns about customers you may have lost or those who are curious as to your next step. Why not plan a grand re-opening for your … Continue reading

How To Make Your Very Own Contact Solution

By Johnny Bevers If you wear contact lenses, then you are aware that contact lens solution is a regular part of your monthly budget.  While contact solution doesn’t cost a whole lot, it is a regular expense and one that it would be nice to cut down on.  Well, seeing as contact solution is fundamentally just … Continue reading

10 Natural Alternative Beta Blockers For Great Health

If you thought natural beta blockers didn’t exist, think again!  For individuals like myself who are opposed to taking medication for the body’s well-being, there is hope for those individuals out there who feel completely restricted to medicinal beta blockers.  Whatever medicine is produced to help maintain the body can definitely be found in foods … Continue reading

The Absolute Best Texting Games For You and Your Friends

By Johnny Bevers If you have a little time to kill, then one entertaining way to spend it is to play some interactive texting games with a friend.  Messaging your girl or boy friend is a great way to flirt and to learn about your potential new partner. The only criteria for a good texting game … Continue reading

Tips And Tricks For Playing Bocce Ball

By Johnny Bevers Imagine two rich elderly noblemen standing out in the hot Italian sun with their servants while whispering in Latin to each other, gently sipping wine from their vineyards and enjoying the Mediterranean breeze as they try to out-match one other in a relaxing game of what much resembles modern-day Bocce.  Such an … Continue reading

How To Start Your Very Own Mobile ATM Business

By Johnny Bevers Technology has put us into an age where we can stay in the comfort of our own homes, work, play, shop and have anything we need delivered right to our residence.  If you are a person that enjoys and wants to preserve this kind of lifestyle with some passive side project and … Continue reading

How Technology Is Having A Positive Effect On Education

By Johnny Bevers The positive effects of technology on education are many and are changing the way our children, and indeed anyone in education, is learning.  Technology at school means that students are better able to research outside or inside the classroom; they have access to a greater range of instruction; and are able to … Continue reading

Duck Butter And Its Various Meanings

By Johnny Bevers While searching the Internet the other day, I came across a disgusting term known as “duck butter”.  According to the urban dictionary, duck butter accumulates in the scrotum area as a result of not cleaning the area for several days, or even weeks.  The result is a greasy buildup of some of the … Continue reading

What Is Biomedical Engineering?

By Johnny Bevers Biomedical Engineering (sometimes abbreviated as “BME”) is a relatively new, but quickly growing field that combines the fields of engineering, medicine and biology in order to provide solutions to a variety of medical problems.  Essentially, biomedical engineers use engineering principles in a medical context.  So, they might be involved in designing prosthetic … Continue reading

Why Contractors Have To Get Bonded And Insured

By Johnny Bevers If you are getting into a contracting business, then it would be very advantageous for you to review, brush up on, or learn all that you can about being bonded and insured before you get the business ball rolling.  Your company “egg” can literally be shattered and laid to waste before it … Continue reading

Today’s Most Common Advertising Techniques To Promote Your Business

Most anyone who has solid business experience should be quick to suggest that one of the best (and common) forms of advertising – if not the best – is word of mouth.  It costs absolutely nothing and as we all know, word can travel very quickly.  But when you are seeking to draw in thousands … Continue reading

How The World Is Doing On the UN Millennium Development Goals

By Johnny Bevers For those individuals who follow news regarding the United Nations, they should have heard and been well aware of the UN Millennium Development Goals or (MDGs). Many might even wonder today what has happened since these goals were put into motion. Whether this is your first time hearing about the MDGs or … Continue reading

Salary Expectations & Training Requirements for Physical Therapist Assistants

By Johnny Bevers A physical therapist assistant salary is dependent on experience, location, training and on the particular position he or she may hold. Generally, though, average salaries are extremely handsome for physical therapy assistants, and training to become one is not particularly time consuming. A physical therapist assistant’s primary duties are to assist a … Continue reading

Salary and Job Opportunities for Marine Biologists

By Johnny Bevers It is extremely difficult to say exactly what a marine biologist salary is, as this salary varies greatly according to qualifications, experience and the exact position.  There is a vast array of job opportunities for marine biologists and, depending on the position, a marine biologist might find him or herself: tagging squid; analyzing … Continue reading

Why Respidol (Risperdal) Is Prescribed And What Its Side Effects Are

By Johnny Bevers If the development of new psychotropic medication (like Respidol) is any indication, then mental illness must surely be on the rise at rates that are beginning to top the charts.  I’m sure anyone taking mental notes of all these new medications is probably about ready to give up at any time.  The … Continue reading

How Much Does Propecia Cost and Does It Really Work?

By Johnny Bevers   Propecia is proving to be an effective treatment in the fight against male pattern baldness, but concerns do still remain over Propecia cost.  Male Pattern Baldness, or Androgenetic alopecia, is a common form of baldness in men with approximately 50 percent experiencing it at some point in their lives, usually once … Continue reading

How the Reverse Trendelenburg Position Aids Surgeons

By Johnny Bevers History and Overview of the Reverse Trendelenburg Position The Trendelenburg position was first invented by the German doctor, Friedrich Trendelenburg and was designed to be used in different surgical procedures to improve access to certain parts of the body during different procedures.  The Trendelenburg is a position where the patient is laid … Continue reading

Does Cocoa Butter Really Prevent Scars?

By Johnny Bevers Over the years of conversations and discussions I have had with countless people, I find it truly amazing that the subject of cocoa butter and what it can or cannot do, just simply cannot be agreed upon.  I have heard people swear by it and that it helps the skin with scarring … Continue reading

How To Really Clean A Pillow Top Mattress Pad

By Johnny Bevers Keep your pillow top mattress pad clean with our simple (easy-to-follow) instructions…  It’s easier than you might think! A good quality pillow top mattress can provide wonderful cushioning and comfort for a great night’s sleep, especially if you suffer from any kind of back or muscle pain. However, like all mattresses, they … Continue reading

The Top Five Culinary Schools in the World

Although you don’t need to attend culinary school to become a great chef, it certainly does help. Notable chefs such as Marco Pierre White, Keith Floyd, Charlie Trotter, Heston Blumenthal and Koumei Nakamura all attended a culinary school. It is extremely unlikely that these chefs would have achieved such notoriety had they not studied such … Continue reading

Want To Become A Respiratory Therapist? A Guide To Education, Salary, And The Best Locations To Work

By Johnny Bevers A respiratory therapist (RT) is a type of practitioner of health who is specialized in treating people with disorders that affect their cardiopulmonary system.  Some of the common ailments are those with asthma, emphysema, pneumonia, cardiovascular disorders and other forms of trauma.  Respiratory therapists work beneath general administration of a major professional … Continue reading

Attractive Salaries for Mortgage Brokers as Housing Markets Bounces Back

By Johnny Bevers What Do Mortgage Brokers Do? As housing demand increase, property buyers in the U.S are increasingly turning to mortgage brokers to negotiate mortgages on properties. Mortgage brokers are agents, who act as middlemen between people seeking mortgages: the borrowers, and financial institution: the lenders. These mortgage brokers may work as individuals or … Continue reading

What You Need To Know About Renters Insurance

Renters Insurance –we all heave a big sigh when we think about it.  Just another boring expense; surely we can do without it?  Wrong! Whether you rent a whole house, an apartment or just one room, insuring your belongings is a must.  Not all insurance companies will cover rented rooms or properties, so chances are … Continue reading

What is the Average Cost of Artificial Insemination?

By Johnny Bevers Artificial Insemination, or AI, is a medical procedure that was introduced in the early part of the last century.  The procedure is one where the sperm of a male donor are placed directly into a woman’s uterus or, less commonly, into her cervix or fallopian tubes.  This means that the sperm will … Continue reading

What is a Signature Bond and When is it Used?

“A signature bond, often called a recognizance bond or no collateral bond, is one of the four main court bonds that a judge might set at a court hearing.  Essentially  a court bond is a legal agreement, or promissory, that the defendant presents him or herself at court to face trial at a future date … Continue reading

How Much Is Malpractice Insurance For Doctors?

The often dismaying subject of medical malpractice insurance costs have become less and less avoidable for medical practitioners each and every year across America. With nearly all fifty States making it mandatory law to acquire such insurance, if those applicable haven’t by now, it is vital for them to get educated on the entire matter … Continue reading

How You Can Communicate (In Private) With “Burn Phones”

“Privacy is becoming a thing of the past, but with a pre-paid “Burn Phone”, you may be able to reclaim your Constitutional right to privacy.”   By Johnny Bevers   Are you tired of the thought that the National Security Agency (NSA) tracking your every move from the coordinates on your mobile (cellular) phone?  Or, for … Continue reading

What Are The Symptoms Of Low Serotonin And What Can You Do About It?

By Johnny Bevers Perhaps you feel lost at times, seemingly forgetting things and sometimes not being able to sleep well.  The regular stresses in your life seem to be taking a toll on you, and your moods are swinging from here to there all at once!  One good reason behind all this could be a serotonin … Continue reading

The Latest Innovations In Rotating Christmas Trees

You know the feeling, you decorate your Christmas tree and somehow it always ends up looking out of balance where you have put less decoration on the back purely because it doesn’t get seen. Think again, wouldn’t it be fabulous to get a full 360 degree view of your tree and marvel as your friends … Continue reading

How To Get Certified As A Real Estate Agent In Texas

By Johnny Bevers The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) is based in Austin and is the agency responsible for policy that leads to becoming certified as a real estate agent in Texas.  Their sole aim is protect the users of real estate services and ensure economic growth within their state.   All applicants for a real … Continue reading

Becoming a Paralegal In Texas

If you’re interested in a career in the field of law but are concerned about the time and cost involved to become a lawyer, you may consider attending school to become a paralegal.  These professionals assist attorneys with tasks like research, writing, and organization.  Read on to learn more about the life of a paralegal, … Continue reading

The Sales Tax Rate in Texas: What is It and How It Works

By Johnny Bevers Perhaps you’re thinking of putting up your own business in the state of Texas.  Whether you intend to sell tangible personal items, offer taxable services, or lease spaces, one of the most important things you ought to learn about is the applicable sales tax rate. To be able to carry out your … Continue reading

How to Get a Learner’s Permit to Drive in Texas

By Johnny Bevers Like many other states, Texas has a graduated license program that is designed to reduce the high number of accidents among teen drivers.  This means that there are several steps that brand new drivers need to take before getting a full license for the first time.  This process can be complicated and … Continue reading

Benefits From The Texas Veterans Commission

First opened in 1927, the Texas Veterans Commission was created as the State Service Office to assist veterans of war. Their sole aim has always been to act as the voice of the Texas veterans and assist them to obtain the benefits their fellow citizens want them to have in exchange for their loyal service in the … Continue reading

How To Get Licensed Through The Texas State Board of Physical Therapy

By Johnny Bevers If you live in Texas and are considering a career in physical therapy, you’ll need to take an educational path that will allow you to become licensed by the state’s board of physical therapy. This involves completing the course of study required by the Texas administrative code and taking an exam required … Continue reading

Texas Vehicle Inspections – What You Need To Know

By Johnny Bevers To avoid being issued a ticket in Texas, you are required to have your vehicle inspected.  The inspection is a simple set of basic checks to ensure that your vehicle is in a road-worthy condition with all instruments working correctly.  The vehicle will also be checked to ensure that it is not emitting … Continue reading

Becoming a Fashion Designer: Education, Salary, Connections

If you’ve always loved fashion and are forever flipping through Vogue and sketching dresses you wish you could wear, a career in fashion design just might be for you. Though you can attain a position in the design world with just a high school education, additional training at an accredited college or university can help … Continue reading

Where To Find Title Loans In Houston Texas

For those looking to borrow cash against a paid off or nearly paid off car a title loan can be a great alternative.  But that term can be confusing; does one get to keep their car during the loan? How difficult is it to obtain a title loan?  Where does one go in the Houston … Continue reading

How Much Do Orthopedic Surgeons Make After School and Expenses

An orthopedic surgeon concentrates in surgery, related to the medical discipline of orthopedics, and will operate on injuries to bones, joints etc.  There are general orthopedic surgeons and also those who have trained to work on a particular area of the body, such as the spine.  The surgeon may also decide to concentrate on one … Continue reading

What Is The Salary For A Radiography Technician and What Do They Do?

If you’re looking for a high-paying job in the medical field without committing to at least eight years of college and graduate study, you may want to consider a career as a radiographer. A radiographer, or radiological technician, takes X-rays of patients at hospitals, urgent care centers, and other medical settings. The average radiography salary … Continue reading

The Importance Of Diversity In The Workplace

  The workplace is becoming more diverse all the time.  In turn this is forcing companies to consider their hiring practices so that they are not viewed as discriminatory.  Diversity can include differences in gender, age, ethnic group and even those with disabilities. There are several key benefits to a diverse workplace and a lot … Continue reading

What Is Liability Insurance and What Does It Really Protect You Against?

By Johnny Bevers What You’re Protected Against When You’re Covered With Liability Insurance: An insurance policy is a legally binding contract taken out by an individual with an insurance company. The individual agrees to pay which can either be paid as a single payment or in installments and this is in exchange for a confirmation from … Continue reading

What Is A CNC Machinist And What Do They Do?

A CNC Machinist is a skilled trade professional who is well versed in the setting up and operation of Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines that are used most often in the manufacturing process. These machines may be used in the construction of parts and finished goods for many different industries. Just some of the industries … Continue reading

How Much Do Mechanical Engineers Make?

By Johnny Bevers Want to know how much mechanical engineers really make?  Well check out our perspective below for a salary survey and critical information you’ll want to find out about before taking the plunge into this (sometimes) lucrative career field.The financial crisis of 2008 and subsequent recession highlighted a fact that has been known … Continue reading

What Lipotropic Injections Are and Why You Should Get Them

Originally used to help combat liver related illness in the 1930s, lipotropic injections are growing in popularity in a bid to help people struggling with obesity and weight loss. What Exactly Are Lipotropic Injections?   Early use of lipotropic injections was to help fight fatty liver disease, which is when lipids gather in the cells … Continue reading

Dallas Area “Must See” Attractions

    Dallas is a big city in every sense of the word, offering numerous attractions for just about any personality. There is a little bit of everything in Dallas and that is precisely what people enjoy about it. I will be covering some of the more unique places to visit in Dallas and why … Continue reading

When Visiting Texas, Should You Consider A Day Trip To Mexico?

By Johnny Bevers Day trips to Mexico aren’t what they used to be.  With all the Mexican violence surrounding the cartels, travelers have become weary of making the jaunt across the border.  Still, some tourists find it appealing to visit with the locals and are compelled to take the risk.  If you decide to venture … Continue reading

How To Qualify As A Pharmacy Technician In Texas

Becoming a pharmacy technician in Texas is a simple and rewarding career path. It’s as easy as taking a ninety question test. There are not a lot of requirements. The process is simpler than you would think. It’s all up to you to get out there and go get that job. Here’s some very helpful information … Continue reading

An Inside Look At the Casa Del Mar In Galveston

By Johnny Bevers If you’re looking for a great hotel in Galveston Texas that’s right on the beach, check out the Casa Del Mar for a clean, convenient stay with a great view of the beach and very close to surrounding attractions.  This is a completely unpaid and independent review of the Casa Del Mar … Continue reading

Ehow Is Stepping Up Their Game With “Ehow Now”

By Johnny Bevers Ehow is hoping to connect a little more with its users through a new platform called “Ehow Now”.  This all new feature allows Ehow visitors to interact with real, live professionals to get answers to their toughest questions.  This should help improve “live” interaction with the professionals behind Ehow articles and videos.  … Continue reading

Where To Find Approved Driving Courses In Texas

Legally driving in Texas only requires a valid driver’s license, but safely driving can often require additional training, such as a defense driving course. Defense driving is the practice of using recognized safe driving best practices to maximize a motorist’s ability to identify and respond to traffic hazards in a timely and responsible way. While … Continue reading

Fishing In Texas? Don’t Forget That License!

By Johnny Bevers Texas has some of the best fishing in the world, but if you’re not licensed, you could face hefty penalties by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.  To avoid the hassle, simply stop by one of your local retailers and pick one up.  You’ll find that fishing licenses are fairly cheap and … Continue reading

Water Parks in Dallas and the Surrounding Metroplex

If you’re looking to get wet and take a break with the kids, why not check out one of the amazing water parks surrounding the Dallas Fort Worth area and the northeast portion of Texas?  While there are plenty of ways to cool off, one of the most effective (and definitely most fun) has got to be a … Continue reading

Big Bend – A Bird Watchers Paradise

By Johnny Bevers If you’re a bird watcher and you happen to be around the Big Bend area of Texas, you’re in for an incredible treat! The Big Bend National Park is a premium site for some of the rarest birds in the country. Some of these birds are on the endangered species list and … Continue reading

How to Get Your Business License in Texas

For prospective Texas entrepreneurs, starting a business (and getting your license to do business) is more than just the first step toward financial independence and a greater degree of control over their lives. The process is complex and often full of unexpected costs and complications, one of which is can be the acquisition of the … Continue reading

Romantic Getaways In Texas

By Johnny Bevers If you’re looking for the most romantic spots in Texas to take your lover on a secluded vacation, you simply must read the following….  We offer the insight you’ll need to make your romantic getaway an event that neither of you will ever forget.  Despite the best efforts of popular culture to … Continue reading

Army Announces Closure Of Two Texas Brigade Combat Teams

The Chief of Staff of the Army, General Raymond Odierno announced the closure of two Texas Brigade Combat Teams today.  They include the 3rd Brigade Combat Team (BCT), 1st Armored Division, Fort Bliss, Texas, and the 4th BCT, 1st Cavalry Division, Fort Hood, Texas.  Fort Bliss is located just outside of El Paso and Fort Hood … Continue reading

Hotels Near Sea World San Antonio

By Johnny Bevers For family-friendly fun, few vacation destinations can top the SeaWorld family of amusement parks. While there are a few scattered about the country, a great option for a budget-conscious trip is the San Antonio, TX park. Although San Antonio is a popular vacation spot in its own right, for the most part … Continue reading

The Top 10 Places To Visit While You’re In Houston

When it comes to vacation destinations in the U.S., there is no shortage of cities to choose from. You don’t have to travel to the Big Apple or San Francisco to find plenty of things to do though, and the attractions in Houston, TX showcase that fact. Located near the Texas and Louisiana border, Houston … Continue reading

The Best Colleges In Austin TX

By Johnny Bevers Attending college has long been considered the obvious “next step” after a student finishes high school, and in today’s economy a college degree may be more necessary than ever to qualify for many of the most desirable jobs. Recent high school grads aren’t the only ones who should strongly consider attending college … Continue reading

Head To Galveston For Your Next Texas Vacation

Galveston, the fоrmеr hоmе оf fаmоuѕ Gulf Cоаѕt ріrаtе Jеаn LaFitte, hаѕ survived the deadliest hurricane іn US hіѕtоrу tо bесоmе а tор tourist attraction.  Galveston’s unique ѕtуlе blends hіѕtоrіс landmarks, buildings, hоtеlѕ and hоmеѕ with mіlеѕ оf sandy bеасhеѕ and ѕtаtе-оf-the-аrt attractions. If уоu аrе the kind who lіkеѕ the sun and the sea, Galveston, … Continue reading

How To Visit Houston On The “Cheap”

If you’re planning a trip to Houston and don’t have alot of money to spend on lavish hotels, you should consider some of Houston’s well kept secrets.  You don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to enjoy Houston, just a little “pre-planning” and you can have a wonderful time with very little money. … Continue reading