The Campaign For DA


Random Thursday Morning Thoughts

The number of suicides seems to always be increasing, but they have always been with us. You never know what someone is dealing with. 

  • Bridgeport ISD recently announced it is moving forward with a $185 million bond package, and Decatur ISD is going with a $313 million proposal, but neither can compare with Denton's announcement

  • Oh, my. I think I see a red-headed Wise County lawyer in there. Better pic in the link. 

  • So the new theme park in Frisco will be (1) a 1/4 of the size of other Universal  theme parks, (2) not at all like those other Universal Parks, (3) caters to younger children, and (4) will basically be a commercial for films like Shrek and Despicable Me.

  • Inflation news this morning: Down again. 

  • Yet another example of a car accident being transformed into a crime by law enforcement. 

  • The Fort Worth Fire Department sure has a good photographer while it is fighting fires. 

  • I still can't believe he said it out loud. (The trial judge is a Trump appointee, by the way.) 

  • Grab bag. Let's check in on some of my favorite people and organizations:
    • Nancy Grace is going to get to the bottom of those Idaho murders!

    • He has to be one of the greatest thinkers of all time. So deep. So profound.  

    • Speaking of. 

    • Fox News.

  • It really doesn't mean anything, but cops went out to the Idaho apartment a few weeks before the murders on a noise complaint and spoke to one of the soon-to-be victims. 

  • New issue of Texas Highways magazine features the Grasslands.

  • Lockheed-Martin is printing money by making a plane that seems to have nothing but problems.

  • Still a wild process to me: Texas Senators drew straws yesterday to determine which one of them will have to run for re-election in 2 years and who gets to wait 4 years. Wise County's senator (who 80% of us can't name) will have to run for re-election in 2 years.  (Each senator's seat either ended up with future terms of 2-4-4 or 4-4-2, and then the senators will draw straws again in 2033. Confusing.)