- Sir Thomas Beecham"Brass bands are all very well in their place - outdoors and several miles away."
- Sir Thomas Beecham
Category Archives: Galveston
In Galveston there is a bridge. It spans an empty lot and leads to nowhere in particular. The bridge seems to have been built to replace the railroad drawbridge that runs near the causeway.
Remember the Supreme Court Decision of “Kelo vs New London“? Washington, D.C.— Today, the U.S. Supreme Court delivered a blow to home and small business owners throughout the country by allowing the government to use eminent domain to take homes … Continue reading
Obama’s one contribution to reducing the size of government begins today with the completion of the last Shuttle Mission. Obama doesn’t like us here in Texas, We are the land of bitter church going gun clingers. We as a state … Continue reading
Galveston is caught in a juncture of rebuilding and building for the future. City Council fired the popular City administrator Steve LeBlanc over his supposedly lack of vision. While the voters thought that vision was what the mayor and city council … Continue reading
The votes are in. They will be charging for parking on the seawall. Seawall paid parking will be implemented in accordance with a neighborhood parking and security plan and adhere to state law provisions governing the expenditure of beach user … Continue reading
We will go to the polls Saturday, and vote against charging for parking on the seawall. A hairbrain scheme designed to make local government a little bit bigger. When will the city learn, the cure is almost always less government … Continue reading
As State Rep. Eiland speaks, you can almost not even see Steve Mostyn’s lips move. Continue reading
There has been a lot of talk about gambling in Texas, and some folks think that because of the budget crunch and the state Legislators stubbornness on not increasing taxes that legalized gambling would be a source of income that would make every one … Continue reading
Our State Rep Craig Eiland is having anger management issues. Throws the rule book up in the air in frustration, show his great statesmanship skills. Tempers got even testier moments ago when House Calendars Chairman Todd Hunter, R-Corpus Christi wanted to … Continue reading