Serve America movement registers as a political party in Texas
It’s called the Serve America Movement and it has now sought recognition as a political party in Texas. Former Houston mayoral candidate Bill King is the party’s founding state president and says his party is looking for those who want nothing to do with radical fringe politics. “All polls show that the vast majority of Americans are in the middle of the political spectrum,” he said. “It’s only the people who are on the ideological fringes, which is unfortunately what controls the primary elections, that feed into this narrative that we are sort of a divided people.” Former GOP congressman David Jolly is the party’s executive chairman and says the SAM party is a logical destination for people who want to see progress from hyperpartisanship. “We are the only major tent party in the United States of America today,” he said. “We want moderates, progressives, conservatives, as long as you commit to the basic concept of problem solving that government should reflect, that you commit to transparency and accountability, that’s SAM . Learn more about this new party that is sinking into national roots, including Texas this week Houston Newsmakers EXTRA.
Baylor Doctor leads deep space travel preparation efforts
Did you know that there is a center for space medicine at Baylor College of Medicine? There are! Dr Emmanuel Urquieta is leading the medical team for the world’s first civilian space flight and deep space trips planned for Mars. Dr Urquieta says deep space travel presents several obstacles, including overcoming the long distance in an emergency. “There is no real-time communication and there is about 40 minutes of communication delay, so if you have a medical emergency or a scenario where you need to call someone in Houston, you cannot. “, did he declare. “It takes 40 minutes to get two-way communication.” Check out his efforts and those of TRISH-Institute for Translational Research for Spatial Health.
Links that unite. A Catfish, A Local Author and Freedmen’s Town
Charles Criner is an artist, illustrator and designer who has spent many decades creating art for the world. Now his book, “Children and George” is used to raise funds for the Rutherford BH Yates Museum in the town of Freedmen. Criner is a guest this week and shares how a catfish he named George became the central character in a book that depicts childhood lessons that can be used for life. See her unique story of how to donate and more about it Houston ADDITIONAL News.
Bill King, Founding Chairman, SAM Party of Texas
· Website: https://billkingblog.com/why-i-am-joining-the-sam-party/
David Jolly, Executive Chairman, Serve America Movement (SAM)
· Website: https://joinsam.org/
· Website: https://davidjolly.com/
Dr Emmanuel Urquieta, Baylor College of Medicine
· Website: https://www.bcm.edu/people-search/emmanuel-urquieta-ordonez-32141
Charles Criner, author, “Children and George
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