Sonja Harris

Of the thirteen remaining Republicans vying for Congressional District 21 – How many are really serious and understand the complexities of the office?
Christmas will soon be here and it would be remiss of me not to mention the Basilica of the Nativity, the place where Jesus was born in the Holy Land. There was so much to see and much to take in that it is impossible to...
On Thursday, May 11, 2017 the City of San Antonio approved a $450M Master Plan to ‘reimagine’ the most prestigious and significant mission in Texas, the Alamo. The Alamo Master Plan has some interesting comments about "...
Sutherland Springs, Texas is located in Wilson County on US 87 South, just southeast of Bexar County, and has a population of about 643. On Sunday, November 5 at 11:30am in a small Baptist church on FR 539 with an attendance...
What a better way to Seek Jesus than to renew our Baptismal vows in the Holy Land. Again I will point out that everything I experienced was nothing what I expected.
We live in a time of great confusion and unlimited stress.   We have experienced many natural disasters such as wildfires, hurricanes, and floods in a seemingly short time.  It seems that as a country we go from one crisis...
‘Seeking Jesus’ are utterly profound words.  This is a second in a series of our pilgrimage to the Holy Land.  A friend asked if I found everything as I expected....my answer to her was, “absolutely nothing” was what I...
How does one go about Seeking Jesus?  This is a story that I feel must be shared because at one time or another, I believe, all Christians seek truth, seek Jesus.
San Antonio is fast becoming one of the premier LGBTQ cities in Texas.  No, not yet on the same scale as San Francisco or New Orleans, but moving fast towards this distinction.
San Antonio entered the battle on June 1 when Mayor Ivy Taylor was out voted on her protest of suing over the Sanctuary City SB4. Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund, MALDEF, filed a lawsuit in federal court...
Congressional District 21 sits in the middle of Texas with a population of over 800,000. It is also an area of Texas that enjoys city life, country and small town living and the beautiful Hill Country. The 21st Congressional...
An inscription on the cenotaph reads: In Memory of the Heroes who sacrificed their lives March 6, 1836 in the defense of Texas. They chose never to surrender or retreat; these brave hearts with flag still proudly waving...
Just one week after 26 of its members were murdered and 20 more seriously wounded by a deranged gunman, the Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church held its Sunday morning service. Only this time, it was at the nearby...
I was given an opportunity to review the Mexican American Studies Toolkit by Tony Diaz. A ‘textbook’ Diaz would like to have implemented into our Texas school system.
Standing at the base of the Alamo Cenotaph, Lee Spencer White is surrounded by descendants of the Alamo defenders during a rally in San Antonio on Saturday, October 14 to save the memorial dedicated to the fallen Alamo...
You might wonder how the Progressives came to power in San Antonio.  How can a conservative city like San Antonio allow this to happen?  A city where the Catholic cathedral sits across the street from City Hall and...
What happens when all signs of the Confederacy disappear? Will we become a more peaceful, compassionate or even more civil society? Will our history change for the better? Will our past transgressions disappear? I think not...
The historic Sunset Station in San Antonio was the setting for Governor Greg Abbott’s reelection announcement on Friday, July 14.
Overheard at a San Antonio restaurant, “We’re visiting my daughter who lives here and I find it to be such a lovely city, so very conservative.”  On June 10, 2017 with some hope still remaining, the last remnants of a ‘...
The Wyndham Garden Hotel in Austin was the setting for the election of the Texas Republican Party Chairman on Saturday, June 3rd.  The standing room only crowd filled with State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) members...

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