Nearly four months after the exoneration of a sexual assault conviction that sent the four women to prison for nearly two decades, the San Antonio Four (Elizabeth Ramirez, Anna Vasquez, Kristie Mayhugh, and Cassandra Rivera) were in Austin for an interview with Jason Flom and his podcast, Wrongful Conviction.
If you don’t like the laws, buy some new ones. That’s not an option for most of us, but mega-corps Uber and Lyft have deep pockets and few scruples. If Austin officials and voters are not for sale, maybe state legislators will prove more agreeable.
Not to cast any aspersions here, but I’d swear that at least two of the people in this country responsible for implementing the future and the present of policing – and especially police/community interaction – I’d swear they miss our former POTUS as much as the rest of us sane people do.
The Trump administration wouldn’t provide Washington Post presidential campaign reporter David Fahrenthold with answers for a story. Instead, they sent the responses to CNN in a strategic and calculated effort to get the news network to poke holes in his reporting.
Fed up with the slew of bills regulating women’s health care, Rep. Jessica Farrar, D-Houston, has put forth a bill on the final day of legislative filing that would penalize men for “unregulated masturbatory emissions.”
A couple thousand SXSW’ers defied the Daylight Saving daze this morning to hear New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet defend his paper’s coverage of Donald Trump and define responsible journalism as “the honorable pursuit of the truth.”
Privy to a recent conversation among high-level Democratic donors following Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential loss, former state senator and gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis couldn’t help but feel shocked.