Daily Archives: September 2, 2018

Weekend link dump for September 2

“The Untold Story of NotPetya, the Most Devastating Cyberattack in History”. Brian Kemp – Republican Secretary of State of Georgia, and nominee for Governor – Enemy of Democracy. “Giraffes, the gentle giants of the African savanna, are undergoing a silent … Continue reading

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And then there were six

Five Republicans for Speaker, six in total. State Rep. Drew Darby, R-San Angelo, filed on Friday to run for speaker of the Texas House. “After prayerful consideration, discussions with my family, and at the urging of my House colleagues, today … Continue reading

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Emmett speaks post-bond

With the flood bond referendum safely passed, we now turn to what comes next. Land and housing preservation is key to the Houston region becoming more resilient, Harris County Judge Ed Emmett said Tuesday, on the heels of last weekend’s … Continue reading

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Jeff Skilling released from prison

It’s the end of an era. Jeffrey K. Skilling, the former Enron CEO sentenced to a long prison term for his role in one of most notorious corporate fraud cases in history, was recently released from a minimum security federal … Continue reading

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