Paul Burka, the estimable Texas Monthly editor and blogger, is one of the smarter Texas political analysts around.
I like his analyses — most of the time. 291 more words
This summer, I wrote a piece for Texas Monthly on the management-led buyout of Dell in which I argued that going private was Dell’s best option for survival. 251 more words
I haven’t been able to post NEARLY as much as I’ve wanted to in the past weeks…school happened. I guess that’s the nicest thing about having a joint blog, when one author is busy at least the website doesn’t sit stagnantly Anyways, I found a little window of time, so I’m making a post tonight! 367 more words
My story on Houston oilman George P. Mitchell in the latest issue of Texas Monthly is still behind the paywall, but a sidebar I wrote on the role of the federal government… 117 more words
I can’t imagine how a man like Anthony Graves must have felt in 2010, after spending 18 years behind bars, for a crime he didn’t commit. 413 more words