This is a tremendous power grab by the federal governmentEnergy bill has Floridians nervous Apr 22, 2005
With every scorching summer, America rapidly depletes our fresh water supplyThirsty states turning to desalination Apr 23, 2004
With every scorching summer, America rapidly depletes our fresh water supplyDesalination legislation announced Apr 21, 2004
This project allows ChevronTexaco the opportunity to demonstrate the viability of a new solar technology for commercial and industrial applications, including oil field operationsSolar power helps run California oil wells Jun 05, 2003
In the community I represent, people are taking more and more interest in Cuba and its relationship to Florida and the United StatesFirst Florida congressman to visit Cuba Feb 25, 2003
Jim Davis (August 26, 1909 – April 26, 1981) was an American actor, best known for his role as Jock Ewing in the CBS prime-time soap Dallas, a role which he held up until his death in April 1981.
Born as Marlin Davis in Edgerton, Missouri, his first major screen role was opposite Bette Davis in the 1948 melodrama Winter Meeting. His film career consisted of mostly B movies, many of them westerns, although he made an impression as a U.S. senator in the Warren Beatty conspiracy thriller The Parallax View. In the episode "Little Washington" of the syndicated television series Death Valley Days, Davis portrayed a Congressman from Nevada.
From 1954-55, Davis starred and narrated the syndicated western television series Stories of the Century. He portrayed Matt Clark, a detective for the Southwestern Railroad who works to bring notorious gunfighters to justice. His costars were Mary Castle and Kristine Miller. Stories of the Century was the first western series to win an Emmy Award. Among the historical figures featured were John Wesley Hardin, Sam Bass, Doc Holliday, the Dalton Brothers, the Younger Brothers, Belle Starr, L.H. Musgrove, and Clay Allison.