It has been said that Texas, and more specifically Houston, is the picture of America’s future. What with our increasingly diverse population and strong, service-related economy, there is a lot of truth to this statement,
Some years ago, Wendy Davis (currently a Democratic candidate for Texas governor) sued the Fort Worth Star-Telegram for libel and defamation, claiming (among other things) mental distress. The case had no merit, and was dismissed.
In late 2010 the University of Houston-Downtown admitted defeat in an ill-fated attempt at a name change that captured neither the public’s attention, nor the support of much of the student body. The Houston Chronicle had some
The Houston Chronicle editorial board has been churning out some (unintentionally) funny stuff this week. On Wednesday, the editorialists examined “challenges” facing the City of Houston. They note that long-range pensions remain problematic for many
Roughly one year ago, disgraced METRO President/CEO George Greanias announced that he would be leaving the transit agency. Greanias had previously been involved in an adolescent-gay-porn-watching scandal using METRO resources, which had, no doubt, hurt