Some friendly advice for District Attorney Nico LaHood

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Warring with the press can be symptomatic of a condition that is fatal to politicians: thin skin.

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Observations on city's recent mayoral election

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Heading into runoff, Taylor knew she was in trouble and brought in a new political consultant.

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There are plenty of reasons to vote in city's runoff election

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It's not as important to me who you vote for, but that you vote. I think San Antonio is worth it.

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Here's an idea: Create an Alamo Museum that tells story from all sides

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One museum experience could tell history from the point of view of the victor, and another could from the point of view of the vanquished.

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Truly independent prosecutors have left taint of abuse

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Between Starr and Barrett, Congress had enough with independent prosecutors. In 1999, they let a Watergate-inspired law lapse.

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Texas House bill attempts to address controversial bathroom issue

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Texas House sponsor hopes bill would be less controversial than a version already passed by the Senate.

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Why, in over 50 years, only one bond package has failed

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A hard lesson was learned in 1979. But every bond package since then has passed.

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The 'thinking big' connection between Mount Rushmore and San Antonio

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Mount Rushmore's sculptor thought big, and came to San Antonio at a time when San Antonio thought big.

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Texas Legislature may be on verge of doing something extraordinary

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Legislature may be about to bring some rationality to our system of dealing with persons accused of non-violent crimes.

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This isn’t first time a judge’s ruling considered political rhetoric

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It may or may not be right for judges to look to political rhetoric when ruling on laws, but the precedent is clear.

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Ruling voiding three congressional districts could have gone other way

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Decision may have gone other way if one of the judges hadn’t been punished over an earlier ruling in the case.

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Will ghosts of Yanaguana haunt the River Walk and Mayor Ivy Taylor?

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The bidding for one of San Antonio’s most lucrative franchises has once again become the source of controversy.

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America is an amazing assimilation machine

Last Updated by Patrick Driscoll on

In the 1840s and 1850s, Americans worried that masses of Irish and German Catholic immigrants would never assimilate.

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Lamar Smith's recommendation on where to find the truth

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Smith recently took to the House floor to complain how the “national liberal media” are covering President Donald Trump.

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School-choice bill in Texas Senate loose on accountability

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The bill now being considered in the Senate is more than weak on accountability. It is hostile to it.

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