It is Dominion v Fox today and you know who I am rooting for.
On “What’s Your Point” yesterday, the Texas Breitbart and Urban Reform fellas kind of stammered when asked to explain Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’s ethics issues. Thomas is a sleazeball for sure.
The SJL campaign said they would not livestream her announcement speech Friday evening. Channel 2 did.
It looked like a couple of hundred or so folks showed up in Downtown H-Town.
Here is this from the Chron:
Jackson Lee said the city and Metro would continue building out its rail system, including a promise to bring rail to both Hobby and Bush Intercontinental airports.
At times, Jackson Lee also made broader promises that extend beyond City Hall: to make Houston a destination city, to bring back a professional women’s basketball team and to make Houston a hub for the entertainment industry.
I kind of have mixed thoughts about building rail lines to Hobby and IAH. With our kind of rail, it would take forever to get to the airports. I don’t know if folks would take it. Well, maybe for a buck fifty they would.
On bringing the WNBA back to H-Town, I don’t think that issue moves very many voters. Well, we will see, so stay tuned.
One of my favorites in 51 today. Happy Birthday, Jennifer Garner. She was born in H-Town. The featured photo today is Jennifer visiting State Sen. Carol Alvarado at the state capitol a week or so ago.
I like Jennifer in “The Kingdom,” “Dallas Buyers Club,” “Draft Day,” and “Peppermint.”
I went to The Yard yesterday and Saturday. We won Saturday and lost yesterday.