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Michelle Bachmann’s writing a memoir. Help her name it?

If you are on Twitter you will have noticed there is a little bit of a hashtag uproar going on around #namebachmann. That was all caused by a tweet from…

2011 a year of corruption for Dallas

Dallas seems to be swarming with its share of investigations of late. The culture of corruption in the “Big D” has been well documented for years, but 2011 seems to…

Bachmann’s momentum slowing, slowing, stuck.

Bachmann may have won the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa, but that doesn’t mean she’s invincible. With questions of her electability popping up like roadblocks and potentially stronger candidates, like…

So, Perry for president?

Well, he’s running! As if anyone was surprised.   I wrote a discussion starter for the White Rock Lake Weekly. The crux of the article was this: Perry is going…

The political impact of the credit downgrade

The economic impacts of the credit downgrade immediately hit Wall Street with a thud – one that has continued to reverberate even through today. But that thud can be heard…

Dallas congressman named to Super Debt Committee

House Speaker John Boehner selected Dallas Congressman Jeb Hensarling (R) to co-chair of the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction – the bipartisan, bicameral panel tasked with finding at least…

Economic impact of the credit downgrade

The announcement that Standard & Poor had downgraded our credit rating to one notch below AAA left Wall Street tumbing and Republicans and Democrats stinging with a symbolic slap in…

Political donations: Like American Idol, right?

I find myself intrigued by how fast politics is starting to pander to the youth population after said group rose up in droves for Obama. It was like there was…