Time to read the tea leaves. Avi Selk at The Dallas Morning News is report-tweeting this morning that the Irving City Council has slapped its mayor by voting to pay transportation consultant David Dean all of the two hundred grand he billed the city after his contract with the city expired last Sept ... More >>
Tea Party people say they hate Washington and its top-down style of governance. They're the political version of eat-local. Everything should be grassroots. Here in Texas the Tea Party loves Governor Rick Perry, but if you talk to people who've gone up against Perry on local issues, they will tell ... More >>
Bill Blayes, Alan Walne and Donna Halstead -- The Ex-Council Members out of costume!Few days back we peeked at Carolyn Davis and Dwaine Caraway's what-updates as served up on Dallas Delivers, the city's riotous no-holds-barred talk show served up on Time Warner Cable Channel 16. Alas, some of us don ... More >>
The wages of sin are a big fat bankroll for Trammell Crow, thanks to city council
With Democrats like Ed Oakley, who needs the GOP?
Or, how Bill Blaydes locked up the Bastard of the Year award
Dallas' mayoral wannabes are all nice guys. Where's the fun in that?
When we least expected it, a real opportunity in southern Dallas
City council could cost us $20 million by tanking the Merc deal
Why council members love Mr. Hunt so much
Run down to the City Council Bank. They're giving money away!
Hanging with a bad crowd
Instead of calling for riots, just say where you got your car
Downtown a possible home for homeless shelter
Can Dallas deal with the homeless where they choose to be?
The Great Schutzkin predicts strife and disagreement on the city council
Who made a stink at City Hall?
Maybe it's the only way to save downtown
For Dallas, for the city council, for now, this was good
The City Plan Commission won't let Hillwood Development or city staff play them for saps
A fight over rezoning has some northeast Dallas homeowners talking recall