Clay Robison’s Sunday op-ed is some pretty asinine journalism, even considering the source (who’s an expert): STATE Rep. Warren Chisum apparently was surprised when the Ku Klux Klan announced plans to hold a pre-election rally
The Chronicle‘s lefty metro/state editorialist and gossip columnist wants readers to think he’s got the pulse of Republicans and taxes. Really! Here’s the start of Rick Casey’s most recent column of (mostly) unsourced gossip: A
Way back on August 28, Chronicle reader representative James Campbell tried a gimmick on his struggling blog: Readers could submit questions for editor Jeff Cohen, and he’d post the replies “during the week of September
The Houston Downtown Park Conservancy will present design ideas for the new downtown park at a meeting this Wednesday: The Houston Downtown Park Conservancy will share initial design concepts for Houston’s new downtown park at
Chris Baker is discussing this zero-tolerance stupidity coming out of Cy-Fair ISD. (I guess you know where I come down on this issue.) Zero-tolerance policies (in my opinion) are helpful crutches for lazy school administrators.
The Houston Texans will not go winless this season, as they managed to stink less than another of the league’s worst teams today, and pulled out a three-point victory at home despite generating only 237
Last week I wondered what about a development project mentioned in a Metro board meeting agenda: Request Board authorization for the President & CEO to negotiate, execute and deliver agreements relating to a transit oriented
Check out what Tom Bazan noticed on last week’s city council agenda: 35. ORDINANCE approving and authorizing contract between the City and METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS for Purchase of Employee Transit Passes;