A reader sent me a note this week about her concern for the direction of The Leader. Largely, she worries we’re headed in a very liberal direction.
If you’re old enough to remember, there was a time when families sat down to dinner and, somewhere between your last bite of green beans and your first bite of meatloaf, that corded weapon hanging on the wall started to ring.
If you’re like me and forgot to make a resolution for 2016, not to worry. I’ve got you covered.
You’re going to think I have my holidays confused, but as you nestle around your fireplace (or swimming pool, depending on what El Nino brings this week), I’d like to share my favorite Christmas story.
Earlier this week, I spent an entire day doing what every business owner loves more than anything in the entire world: I spent eight straight hours with my CPA.
A former boss of mine, now retired from the newspaper business, called last week to check in on me. He knows where I work, what I do, and the struggles our industry has faced over the past number of years. Why do you think he’s retired?
According to Amazon – you know, that jungle of a bookstore – there are precisely 71,069 books on parenting and parenting activities available for purchase.
Few elections have been as easy to predict as the one Tuesday, when voters across Houston turned out to pick mayoral finalists and kill a poorly written city ordinance. The results were not surprising; the reaction by our city’s leader was outright embarrassing.
Tis the season of political punditry, when professional prognosticators take a stab at the action of voters based on interviews with 218.7 likely voters. Count me in.
THE MEETING HALL – As usual, Bottom Line took the podium faster than a speeding bullet and quicker than a New York minute.