Richard Whittaker

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Rove: The History Campaign
Turd Blossom to bloom anew in Hill Country

News, Aug. 31, 2007

Did Someone Not Get the Memo?
Did Someone Not Get the Memo?
Perry and Dewhurst send out contradictory messages about state's rights.

News, Aug. 29, 2007

Perry Staying Put?
Perry Staying Put?
Has Gov. Perry given up on his rumored vice-presidential aspirations?

News, Aug. 28, 2007

UT's Priorities
UT's Priorities
Why has UT Austin decided to cancel the winter graduate convocation?

News, Aug. 28, 2007

We're Fat, But We're No Mississippi
We're Fat, But We're No Mississippi
A new study on weight problems in America shows health concerns for the state.

News, Aug. 28, 2007

Victory
Victory
Local theatrical troupe wins big overseas.

News, Aug. 27, 2007

Gonzo Gone-So
Gonzo Gone-So
Breaking news: US Attorney General Alberto Gonzales quits.

News, Aug. 27, 2007

Oh, Kinky, You Crazy
Oh, Kinky, You Crazy
Kinky Friedman thinks that being a Democrat governor would be nice.

News, Aug. 24, 2007

Trouble in E-Voting Paradise

News, Aug. 24, 2007

@ Chronic: Campaign Karl
Is his rep as the campaign killer still intact?

News, Aug. 24, 2007

The Killing Fields
The Killing Fields
What Bush didn't know about Cambodia.

News, Aug. 23, 2007

Wild Appointments
Wild Appointments
There's three new members of the board of Texas Parks and Wildlife, but are they all equally qualified?

News, Aug. 23, 2007

Perry vs. the European Union
Perry vs. the European Union
Rick Perry re-fights the War of Independence over the right to execute.

News, Aug. 22, 2007

Change for the Bus
Change for the Bus
Capmetro to hold public hearings on the proposed doubling of fares next year.

News, Aug. 22, 2007

UK Out of Iraq?
UK Out of Iraq?
The UK's ranking military officer wants his troops out on the double.

News, Aug. 20, 2007

Campaign Karl
Campaign Karl
Amid all the rumors about Rove getting into the '08 campaign somehow, an old story might show some GOP wariness.

News, Aug. 20, 2007

The Abbott and the Hare
The Abbott and the Hare
AG Greg Abbott finally fines the manager of an unlicensed old people's home, three years after the initial report.

News, Aug. 20, 2007

Perry's Eyes on the Prize?
Perry's Eyes on the Prize?
What does a Fort Worth special election potentially mean for a possible special session and a rumored veep run?

News, Aug. 20, 2007

Bush: The New Mr. Blackwell?
Bush: The New Mr. Blackwell?
Dubya: Fashion icon?

News, Aug. 17, 2007

@ Chronic
Karl and Christ

News, Aug. 17, 2007

E-Voting? No Sale
E-Voting? No Sale
Diebold's electronic voting division gets a new name and no buyers.

News, Aug. 16, 2007

Prayer Back in School?
Amidst concerns that policy makers want creationism in schools, a new law lets kids do it for them.

News, Aug. 16, 2007

Catholics Start Campaigning
Catholics Start Campaigning
The Catholic League starts to position itself to lobby presidential candidates, and defend Christmas.

News, Aug. 15, 2007

DADS: The Next TYC?
Craddick prioritizes reforms of the State School system - almost a year after a Justice Department report.

News, Aug. 15, 2007

Karl and Christ
Karl and Christ
Karl Rove invoked Christianity in his resignation speech. Isn't hypocrisy a sin?

News, Aug. 15, 2007

Why You Shouldn't Stick Toys in Your Mouth
Why You Shouldn't Stick Toys in Your Mouth
The full list of those recalled Mattel and Fisher Price toys.

News, Aug. 14, 2007

Abbott's Anti-Closed Shop Stance
Abbott's Anti-Closed Shop Stance
For once, state employment law trumps federal rules on closed shop agreements

News, Aug. 14, 2007

Stuck in the Middle - Updated
Stuck in the Middle - Updated
Who are the most centrist legislators?

News, Aug. 13, 2007

Bush's Brain Removed
Bush's Brain Removed
Karl Rove to quit the White House staff.

News, Aug. 13, 2007

The Craddick Writes Back
The Craddick Writes Back
Speaker Craddick

News, Aug. 10, 2007

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