Daily Archives: June 2, 2003

Perry signs Tulia bill

No matter what, at least we can all agree that one good thing came out of the 78th Legislative Session, as Governor Perry signed a bill that allows the 13 remaining Tulia inmates to post bond and wait out the … Continue reading Continue reading

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We’re on the rail to nowhere

Chron Editorial Board member David Langworthy writes about rail to Fort Bend County today, in particular a proposal by several towns’ mayors to use an old Union Pacific track to connect their townships to the southern terminus of the Houston … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Planes, Trains, and Automobiles | 8 Comments

I do not think that means what you think it means

Via Paul Frankenstein, I came across this funny story about what can happen when you mistranslate something. This has never happened to me – sadly, I’m insufficiently mulitlingual to be in this position in the first place – but my … Continue reading Continue reading

Posted in Society and cultcha | 7 Comments

Perry sent DPS to neonatal unit

State Rep. Craig Eiland has accused Governor Perry of ordering a DPS trooper to search the neonatal intensive care unit where his premature twins are being kept as part of the hunt for the Killer D’s. Rep. Kevin Bailey, D-Houston, … Continue reading Continue reading

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