The Texas Sunset Commission is recommending that locals shouldn’t be appointing their own Port Commissioners. I don’t know about that. That’s not a good idea. Here is from the Chron:
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett responded that the proposal "doesn’t make sense."
"I think this caught a lot of people by surprise," Emmett said. "I mean, you have people who claim to be conservative Republicans suddenly proposing taking away local control of a port."
Nats skipper Davey Johnson won NL Skipper of the Year honors. When was the last time a skipper from the Nats franchise won skipper of the year?
The President told folks yesterday in a meeting that immigration reform would be a major priority next year. Si se puede!
KCOH is changing its format – bummer. They’re going to a religious programming that targets Latino souls. Here is from the Chron:
The station for decades has billed itself as the city’s only talk-oriented station focusing on issues of interest to African-Americans.
With its disappearance, (talk show host Ralph) Cooper said, "You lose a piece of this city that helped make Houston what it is."
This is going to kind of impact how you reach African American voters. I don’t know about that.
There are only about 17 radio stations locally that target the Latino audience. Hey, if the market is there, what can I say?
Nats/Expos skipper Felipe Alou of course won the NL Skipper of the Year Award in 1994 with a 74-40 record and no playoff spot because of the strike.
The General finally got around to putting the Texans at the top of his power rankings. Here is what he had to say:
“They’ve still got 10 more games to play.”
That would mean their season ends on Sunday, February 3, in NOLA – yikes!
Sir Paul will be at The Yard tonight.