The site has Google Translate to Spanish, flags in menu or flags bottom left. El sitio cuenta con Traductor de Google al español, banderas en menú o banderas abajo a la izquierda.

There are three photos that may appear in the Header, 1) myself and three sons on top of the Corpus Christi Harbor Bridge; 2) WW II memorial in Washington D.C., and 3) View of Downtown Houston from U of H downtown campus. 

About Manuel Barrera;

I am presently the Democratic Precinct Chair for Precinct 425. So I promise to be as fair and balanced as Faux News.

I have lived in this area since 1973.

I am originally from Corpus Christi, Texas. I attended West Oso High School and received a technical degree from Del Mar College in Corpus Christi. If one wants to know what life was like when I grew up in Molina, read the following, thesis-Molina.

I attended Oklahoma State University for two years and then transferred to the University of Houston, where I obtained a Bachelor's degree in Education.

Five years later, I attended the University of Houston School of Law, night school, it took five years but eventually, I obtained my degree and passed the bar exam while attending my last semester at the law school.

I have been licensed to practice law since 1983. To maintain our license we have to take fifteen hours of Continuing Legal Education Classes. A ninety three year old attorney, James Baker, recently stated the State Bar should not require the classes, after one reaches ninety, he did smile when he said that. 


The photo on the left was taken in 2000 at Cartagena Colombia.

The photo below is our granddaughter's graduation from DeBakey High School.