If Mitt Romney won't tell you which need to be closed, we will
Speaking of mixed beverages, you may need one of these before reading any further.Below is City Manager Mary Suhm's memo to the council noting that revenue from red-light cameras is way below last September's FY2010-11 guesstimates. But at present, that's the least of her concerns: On Wednesday, ... More >>
Late yesterday, as the boy grew fidgety from yet another day stuck at home, we flipped on the teevee hoping to find something interesting, educational. Which meant: No Disney Channel, no nonsense. A few flips later, and there we were on C-SPAN2, listening to former Dallas Mayor Ron Kirk address t ... More >>
This morning, the Washington Post goes inside the mind of George W. Bush -- and finds that it's a very cold and lonely place. Seems the man's not terribly interested in talking politics these days; he prefers spending his time with "authors, historians, philosophers and theologians" with whom he con ... More >>
The state o' Indiana has opted to privatize parts of the its food stamp, Medicaid and welfare programs. Mitch Roob, secretary of the Family and Social Services Administration, put the deal in place: $1.16 billion will be paid over 10 years to outside vendors who will handle jobs previously handled b ... More >>
Dallas tax appraisers can't keep up with Ross Perot. But if you're Average Joe, they've got your number.
With a little help from his Democratic pals, George W. Bush has become the GOP front-runner for president. But it's a cold world beyond Texas' borders, and it may take more than charm and luck to carry a good ol' boy to the White House.