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Stan Stanart’s Moment to Be a Hero – Or a Villain

Post-Harvey, Stan Stanart needs to make sure ALL registered voters can vote on election day. Continue reading

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I Am Not Your Female-In-Character Assistant

Men of the world, take note. As long as you have opposable thumbs and minimal brain activity, you have all of the tools you need to solve your problems. Continue reading

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Confederate Heroes: On the Agenda, Off the Schools

Tonight’s Houston ISD board meeting will address a resolution to re-name eight schools that currently bear the names of Confederate heroes: Henry Grady Middle School, Richard Dowling Middle School, Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson Middle School, Albert Sidney Johnston Middle School, Sidney Lanier Middle … Continue reading

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Berkman Says Intolerance of His Intolerance is Mean

He was the one who used his wife and daughters to justify his bigotry. He can’t act surprised when someone else continues along that line. Continue reading

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To The Gaslamp: Don’t Use Me As Your Excuse to be Racist

I’d like to make one thing especially clear. Do not use me to justify your discrimination. Continue reading

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You Speak for Houston

Back when the Houston It’s Worth It website launched in 2004, it solicited reasons why people consider the city to, in fact, be worth it. This was my submission, #129. An excerpt of my submission was published in the first … Continue reading

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The Bathroom Menace & Other Lies About Houston’s Equal Rights Ordinance

Steven Hotze, M.D., recently published these outright lies about the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance: Mayor Parker’s ordinance would include minority status for the so called “transgendered,” allowing a biological male to legally enter women’s public bathrooms, locker rooms and shower areas … Continue reading

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