Monthly Archives: August 2010

An Ounce of Prevention

By James Bonneau The largest mental health and mental retardation (MHMR) health care provider in the state of Texas is not a psychiatric hospital or any other specialized medical facility, but the Harris County Jail. Last week, the San Antonio … Continue reading

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The El Paso Progressives and Me

By Brownfield This story is inspired by one of my favorite movies of all-time ROGER AND ME. If you haven’t seen it, a brief synopsis is Michael Moore a Flint Michigan native returns to his hometown in it’s time of … Continue reading

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Gambling in Texas

By Oliver Ramsey With Texas collecting less revenue, $18 billion less, than the previous budgetary cycle, gambling advocates are once again selling what they consider a cure to Texas’ budgetary woes – legalized casino gambling. Casinos in Texas though?  I … Continue reading

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100 words of Wisdom

By Mike Armstead A teacher hangs out in Juarez and catches a fatal bullet. The Ethics Chairman gets arrested for an alleged sexual assault. On the surface, these headlines may not seem like they have much in common. What theme … Continue reading

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