Richard Whittaker

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... And the Horse You Rode In On
... And the Horse You Rode In On
Which Texas state agency wants to make every day "bring your pet to work" day?

News, March 1, 2007

How Texas Youth Commission Fell
How Texas Youth Commission Fell
The scandal engulfing the Texas Youth Commission has claimed some scalps, but will the Legislature demand more?

News, March 1, 2007

Getting A Money Shot
Getting A Money Shot
John Halycon Styn on the Porn Model

Screens, March 1, 2007

The Future of Film on the Web
The Future of Film on the Web
Part I: The means

Screens, March 1, 2007

More Inconvenient Truths for the Right
As expected, the right is laying into Al Gore again. And as expected, they're wrong.

News, Feb. 28, 2007

Squeegee Your Third Eye
Austin misses Beelzebozo the Clown, aka Pan the Randy Goat Boy, aka Bill Hicks.

News, Feb. 27, 2007

What Will They Say Next?
What Will They Say Next?
How will the right beat up on the Oscars? Plus - did Imus really say that?

News, Feb. 26, 2007

Everyone's Nancy Grace Now
Now the Anna Nicole Smith circus is winding down, what will the media do with its time?

News, Feb. 23, 2007

Those Crazy Brits
Those Crazy Brits
If the U.S.' biggest ally in Iraq is pulling out, why are they sending one of their princes there?

News, Feb. 23, 2007

Parsley Keeps Power Over Power
Parsley Keeps Power Over Power
It'll be business as usual (with the emphasis on business) at the Public Utility Commission of Texas.

News, Feb. 23, 2007

Whole Foods Reaps Some Wild Oats
Whole Foods Reaps Some Wild Oats
Austin-based organic superstore chain Whole Foods is buying out its biggest rival.

News, Feb. 22, 2007

Whose Job Is It Anyway?
Habitat for Humanity is being criticized for not rebuilding the Gulf Coast fast enough - but is it really their job?

News, Feb. 22, 2007

Even the People Who Make Gardasil Don't Back Perry
The manufacturers of Gardasil are no longer lobbying for states to make vaccination mandatory, but is it too late?

News, Feb. 20, 2007

Burka, the Patrick Booster
Why is Paul Burka betting on Sen. Dan Patrick as the next governor of Texas?

News, Feb. 20, 2007

Coalition of the Cargo Cultists?
It's not just in the White House where Dubya's foreign policy is an article of faith.

News, Feb. 19, 2007

Where's Dan Patrick?
Where's Dan Patrick?
When Sen. Dan Patrick was having his Valentine's Day photo-op, what was he supposed to be doing?

News, Feb. 15, 2007

All We Are Saying … Is Give Investment a Chance
When it comes to Iran, which is bigger: the president's urge to wage war or to service big industry?

News, Feb. 14, 2007

Australia vs. Obama ... Not Really
Australia vs. Obama ... Not Really
Why does the anti-Obama crowd suddenly care what foreign politicians have to say?

News, Feb. 12, 2007

Friends From Work
One thousand protesters came out Sunday to demonstrate against TXU's proposed coal plans. But who was there to back the polluters?

News, Feb. 12, 2007

Texas Giveth Cancer Funding With One Hand ...
As Governor Rick Perry prepares for a huge investment in one anti-cancer program, another face financial ruin.

News, Feb. 8, 2007

Reptiles in the Rotunda
Reptiles in the Rotunda
There's something slithering in the State House.

News, Feb. 7, 2007

Iraq: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
Did the Pentagon deliberately hide evidence of a friendly fire incident in Iraq from British courts?

News, Feb. 6, 2007

Curse Them Kids, With Their New Technamanology
Curse Them Kids, With Their New Technamanology
What does Rick Perry have against Web cams, and the Statesman have against bloggers?

News, Feb. 5, 2007

Compare and Contrast
Compare and Contrast
Will Phil King still deny the existence of global warming after the United Nation's latest report?

News, Feb. 5, 2007

Katrina Past, Katrina Present, Katrina's Future
Katrina Past, Katrina Present, Katrina's Future
UN scientists warn that Katrina-style weather disasters will become more common. Is Texas (or anyone) ready for more storms or the refugees that come with them?

News, Feb. 2, 2007

Readings
Intervention: Confronting the Real Risks of Genetic Engineering and Life on a Biotech Planet

Books, Feb. 2, 2007

New Technology, Old Bad Habits
How will students deal with the dorm of the future, and how will they afford it?

News, Feb. 1, 2007

A Tale of Two Cities Being Flipped Off
A Tale of Two Cities Being Flipped Off
Where Boston sees terrorists, Austin sees aliens advertising a movie.

News, Feb. 1, 2007

If at First (and Second, and Third) You Don't Succeed...
If at First (and Second, and Third) You Don't Succeed...
Rep. Carl Issett is re-introducing a tax bill that has failed three times before. But does he have more powerful allies to shove it through this time?

News, Jan. 31, 2007

Rudy, You Got some 'Splainin' to Do!
Presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani will be in Texas tomorrow fundraising, but could America's Mayor be hamstrung by Iraq?

News, Jan. 31, 2007

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