His voice sounds so familiar--deep, resonant, dweebishly articulate--as he defends George W. Bush in front of a swarm of stinging reporters. His face is also hard to forget, though the years have wrinkled his brow and doubled his chin. He looks rounder in the middle, yet at 52, former Dallas school board President Sandy Kress is still a powerful presence, exuding the understated arrogance that comes with believing you have everyone beaten on... More >>>