Daily Archives: October 31, 2003

Morales sentenced

Former Texas Attorney General Dan Morales has been sentenced to four years in Club Fed for the mail fraud and tax evasion charges to which he pled guilty in July. The mail fraud charge stems from Morales’ lawsuit against U.S. … Continue reading Continue reading

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Endorsements and a mini-scandal

I went and voted this morning, so all you candidates out there can stop calling and mailing me, at least until the runoffs begin. My slate of candidates is remarkably similar to Greg Wythe‘s. Here’s how I voted: Mayor: Bill … Continue reading Continue reading

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A letter from Congress

I don’t have any guest posters here, but once in awhile I’ll publish someone else’s words here. This is one of those times. One of my readers is a legislative assistant to Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D, Dallas). He sent … Continue reading Continue reading

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Timbergrove update

Chron columnist Rick Casey follows up on the story of the disappearing yard signs in Timbergrove (see here for Part One). If you can get past his cutesy tone, he actually did some good reporting, as he discovered what happened … Continue reading Continue reading

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