Imagine, in a moment of suspended belief, that your job pays 174 grand a year. And comes with a $1.3 million expense account. And a staff of eighteen Ivy League yes-men whose sole duty is to bray loud and wide about the miracle that is you -- when they're not babysitting your kids or fetching your d ... More >>
Voters up in Parker County must not have thought much of district Judge Trey Loftin's campaign mailers bragging about how his "decision regarding deceptive actions by environmental extremists made the EPA reevaluate its national policy." That's pretty grandiose, and it sounded like he was referring ... More >>
Oh, ouch. That was a liberal ouch, by the way. Even as a liberal, I can see this as the Next Bad Idea snouting its way up over the far horizon: telling the suburbs they have to bail out the cities. Ain't ... gonna ... happen. David Firestone, a young hotshot reporter in Dallas back in the day, now ... More >>
Oh, wouldn't you know I'd wind up agreeing with my opponent? You know what's wrong with me? I am just too damn much of a sweetheart, that's my problem. Too nice, too smart, too good-lookin'. I've got to drop at least one just to make things fair. So this morning I met on the field of battle ... More >>
If you drove to Grapevine last night, entered the mall on the corner of Grapevine Mills Boulevard and Stars and Stripes Way, hurried past the Legoland, the Foot Locker and, outside the aquarium, two children strapped into some kind of bungee-jumping ride, pogoing slowly over and over again from f ... More >>
Looks like this time they picked the wrong country.
Swear, I couldn't make this up if I tried. Lessee, "World Series game ends in a tie"? Boring. "Brad Johnson sucks"? Yawn. "Texas Tech’s Mike Leach is the greatest offensive coaching mind ever"? Heard it. Perhaps I can interest you in "Dorky sports blogger experiences the most bizarre round ... More >>
Should creationism win out, textbooks throughout the countrynot just Texaswill challenge the theory of evolution in science curricula
A few weeks ago we touted the lecture Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner, the authors of Freakonomics, were scheduled to give September 9 at the Nokia Theatre at Grand Prairie. Well, go ahead and take that off your schedule. It's been axed due to a "scheduling conflict," according to the Justin ... More >>
Plus: Liberal Libations
Adrift in a sea of psychotropic pharmacology, it's easy for a kid to drown.
Plus: UTD orders investigation of Waterview
Plus: Unripe Banana Case
What's to become of the Internet gadflies?
A computer glitch has some Dallasites predicting an apocalyptic meltdown. They may not be that crazy.
Onetime fly jock Tom Joyner has landed a radio deal with Corporate America that is making him the conscience of the black community
The Enloes are Republic of Texas stalwarts, but they don't go for hostage-taking. They prefer using bogus money orders to battle "the eight banking families that control the world."
Jubilee Theatre updates ages-old tactic of the sex strike in Lysistrata PLEASE!
Bounty-club founder rests on fame and fortune while waiting for someone to pull the trigger
Clinton's Austin speech posed a clear-eyed counterpoint to the Million Man March
You don't take Rick Finlan and Don Venable seriously? That could be a mistake you live to regret.
Consider the sheer entertainment value of our new Republican leaders