Nearly two weeks ago, Houston Chronicle reporter Ben Wermund reported that Dave Wilson had prevailed against Democrat County Attorney Vince Ryan’s effort to overturn his election to the HCC board. The main problem with the
For years now, we (and other sensible people) have questioned the lack of leadership on the Astrodome coming from County Judge Ed Emmett, who likes to project himself as a fiscally responsible, sober-minded area leader.
The Chronicle‘s “Houston Advocate” reporter (whatever that means) Cindy George wrote the following in a chron.com story today entitled “Feuding Protests on Westheimer,” referencing Quds Day: The annual event was initiated by the Republic of
This past week, while Houston City Council was finalizing the City’s annual budget and capital improvement plan (CIP), Houstonians were greeted with the news that Houston City Council voted to siphon off $31 million from
The Chronicle‘s relatively new business columnist could not resist opining on American constitutionalism with his most recent effort: Much of the outrage over the Hobby Lobby decision has rightfully focused on women’s rights, and the
This week, the seemingly unedited Houston Chronicle Austin bureau engaged in an old practice — editorializing by labels — that is so precious we couldn’t resist sharing. Note the description of the conservative Texas Public
The mighty Houston Chronicle, which not long ago spilled quite a bit of ink in an effort to protect 0.0005 percent of the population from insufficiently attentive backers, has found another class that needs protection.
In Modern Houston, where to potty is a problem. What’s causing the issue is a clause in the proposed non-discrimination ordinance allowing the trans-gendered to use a public restroom of their choosing. Unfortunately (but thankfully as well),