The crew at PowerLine have noted that quite a few professional journalists have been asking to interview conservative talker Hugh Hewitt, because he worked with Supreme Court nominee John Roberts in the White House. Interestingly,
HISD is getting ready for its second annual effort to convince dropouts to return to school: Help keep Houston’s kids in school–be a part of HISD’s second annual Reach Out to Dropouts Day (ROTD) initiative!
The Chronicle‘s editorial board writes a ridiculous editorial today about the Brazilian man who was killed by London police after he refused to follow police directions: When British police fatally shot an innocent man, Brazilian
The Chronicle‘s David Barron alerts readers to what should be some interesting baseball talk Saturday morning: Curt Smith, whose book Voices of Summer we discussed recently, is in town for a Saturday morning lecture in
Rep. John Culberson is on with Edd Hendee (KSEV-700) right now discussing this: Adding an unusual proposal to the searing debate over illegal immigration, U.S. Rep. John Culberson of Houston introduced a bill late Thursday
By the way, Metro has posted a new round of service “adjustments”: METRO Service and Schedule Adjustments Coming August 14, 2005 METRO regularly looks for ways to improve its service to the community. These adjustments
A local real estate services firm has filed a lawsuit against the Harris County Appraisal District and the Appraisal Review Board, saying that the agencies are not following the law during appraisal protests: The lawsuit,
That’s what Chief Hurtt called his press conference yesterday. Topics included rising crime, the police manpower shortage, red light cameras (woo!), sanctuary for illegals, and…tattoos! Chris Baker explained yesterday why he calls Chief Hurtt “Link