Eric has already noticed The New York Times piece this morning focused on Dallas's own G. Brint Ryan as a sort of national go-to fixer for companies seeking generous tax breaks from state and local government. The Times piece reports the hard side of those tax breaks -- the screws put to public educ ... More >>
Today, the National Institute of Standards and Technology released its 125-page final report on the collapse of the Dallas Cowboys' practice facility out at Valley Ranch on May 9, during that surprise spring storm that left special teams coach Joe DeCamillis with crushed vertebrae and scout Rich ... More >>
A Friend of Unfair Park sends us a fascinating story involving a Seattle-based law firm specializing in international affairs, a Japanese-based maker of printing presses, The Dallas Morning News, the illegal sale of printing presses, and a $19-million dollar settlement last month in a malpractice su ... More >>
Minutemen train their sights on a new target: Hispanic day laborers
The city hopes its new "eco-park" will mean jobs and business. That may take some luck.
Dick Armey thinks he's found a free-market paradise in the Marianas Islands, a U.S. territory where the workers never complain, the factories never quit, and wages are so low, even welfare mothers can hire a Filipino maid
The City of Dallas could make a fortune from WRR-FM. But powerful friends don't want anything to change at their little radio station.
How Ron Kirk secretly pulled the strings in city's Big 12 deal
What City Hall isn't willing to hear about the new arena