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.