Category Archives: good grief

By All Means, Stop Them From Reading

A gun violence epidemic. A substance abuse epidemic. You and I might disagree on what the solution is to either of these, but I hope we can at least agree that they exist. You know what doesn’t exist? An epidemic … Continue reading

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What Government Does

I’m tired, but can’t sleep, so got up to see if the government has shut down yet. The Houston Chronicle wasn’t too much help. Sorry to be a grouch, but perhaps the above-the-fold color photo on the homepage of the website 30 … Continue reading

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Fair Pay & Groceries

News broke this morning that grocery chain Kroger was one of five businesses that made time in its busy day to send Gov. Rick Perry a letter encouraging him to veto HB 950, the Texas bill sponsored by Representative Senfronia … Continue reading

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The Woodland Park Massacre

Update 6/12 @ 9:15 a.m. Just got a call from a staff member in Councilman Gonzalez’s office, and he is on it. This staffer has personally worked with Friends of Woodland Park, cleaning and clearing, so rest assured, their office will … Continue reading

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$98 Yoga Pants or a $30K Wage Gap

Some days, I feel like I should just give up. Lately, that’s been because of the relentless attacks on women’s civil liberties. But today, it was a couple of articles that took me right back to the days of Susan … Continue reading

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