Update, 3/22: You can listen to audio from Michelle Shocked's rant below. So we have a great deal of information now -- her initial lunatic outburst, her highly measured response and the reaction of the masses. Judge for yourself. Update, 3/20: The Texas Observer has an open letter from Michelle S ... More >>
Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, a 22-year-old Saudi national and former Texas Tech student, was convicted in federal court today of plotting to acquire a weapon of mass destruction and blow up home of former President George W. Bush, among other targets. According to a press release from the U.S. Attorney' ... More >>
Via.On a certain local man's 65th birthday, The New York Times wonders whether Dubya and Gov. RIck Perry's relationship will help or hurt the latter's more-n-likely run for the White House. After all, they're frienemies now -- have been for years, with Perry insisting since at least '07 that "Geo ... More >>
The 'Boys travel to the city sometimes visited by George W. Bush on Sunday evening. A final "fact" about the politically incorrect...Every year, Redskins owner Dan Snyder cheers for the Grinch to keep all the who hash and roast beast and "make Cindy Lou Who starve to death."**Source: None--he jus ... More >>
Peter and Tamara LoweApparently, there was some miscommunication at the offices of A. Larry Ross Communications, the firm that handles publicity for Get Motivated Seminars, Inc. Last week, as you will recall, Ross's office sent out a press release announcing that Tamara Lowe, co-founder of Get Mo ... More >>
Megan, of course, attended George W. Bush's coming-out as a motivational speaker Monday at the Fort Worth Convention Center; we've also got the slide show to prove it. Last night on The Daily Show, Jon Stewart weighed in; the Star-Telegram's reporting on the Get Motivated! founders gets a brief shou ... More >>
Photos by Danny FulgencioFormer New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, among those praying for motivation in Fort Worth MondayDespite the Monday-morning rain that littered surrounding freeways with wrecked cars, by 8 a.m. yesterday the Fort Worth Convention Center was packed with some 15,0000 people ... More >>
As Tom Hicks is looking to sell his majority stake in the Texas Rangers, this MLB.com item concerning tonight's invite-only doings at the Rangers Ballpark in Arlington will no doubt prompt reckless speculation:The Rangers are renaming the owner's suite at Rangers Ballpark in Arlington after Presiden ... More >>
OK, OK--a gimmick for Inauguration day. Give us a break. The President gets a personal chef, state dinners and could probably walk out of any restaurant in the country without paying. Of course, there have been some notorious culinary moments: The competent Bush puking all over his Japane ... More >>
History, as predicted by Inauguration Day's No. 1 hits
I have been worried about why George W. Bush wants to move back to Dallas. What does it say about us that he feels welcome here? Obviously he has chosen an address that may be outside the Park Cities proper but is still solidly within "The Bubble."He will be living in what may well be the only pla ... More >>
As I mentioned earlier, Ed Bark has retreived from the Wayback Machine this Thanksgiving must-see, which comes courtesy some YouTuber named "turkeybowler," who rolled this strike back in June. As we're trying to hustle out most of next week's issue in advance of some holiday tomorrow, seems only fit ... More >>
Oliver Stone assigns motive to Dubya's m.o., but at this point, who cares?
Let's just say Bush gets charged with war crimes. Will Dallas be guilty by association with his library?
Conservatives need not apply
How the library could affect the ledger
Plus: Stink Pit
Plus: Legal Warrior; Turncoats
Silver City plants a shrub where it wants to dig up a Bush
This Bush's summer home is a long way from Kennebunkport, but the folks in Crawford think that's fine
For one fellow traveler, the road to an anti-war protest in Washington is paved with good intentions and bad politics
With a homeboy headed for the White House, a handful of his Dallas pals have hopes of making their mark on Washington
Raisin stems and weary reporters
The InnerChange Freedom Initiative says it can rehabilitate Texas prison inmates through God--a conservative evangelical Christian God, to be more precise
The last word--give or take a billion--on the media's election-night mambo
Belo, streakers, and Bush
Lawyers, lawyers and more lawyers
Say what you want about Marvin Olasky, the oddball UT professor and controversial architect of Bush's "compassionate conservatism." He practices what he preaches.
Cold embrace; No free ride; Love fest
Dallas Hispanic Republicans fight historic allegiances -- and a few slashed tires
Charter school scandals are teaching Texas a tough lesson -- one the state should have known four years and $77 million ago.
A bill that would increase the fees for filing county records rises from the ashes
Despite shoddy science, bad economics, and catastrophic health risks, a West Texas border community may become the nation's nuclear dumping ground