Archive for October 15th, 2019

The Nationals can sweep San Luis today for the NLCS Championship? When was the last time a team swept in the NLCS?

Commentary’s headline today is the Chron online headline for the E-Board’s endorsement of H-Town Council Member Karla Cisneros for reelection. Here is how their endorsement take starts:

Poverty and lack of academic achievement are problems that concern all of Houston, but they are particularly pressing in District H, an area that covers not only the growing Near Northside, Woodland Heights and East End, but also struggling neighborhoods north of 610 and near Buffalo Bayou. It’s a place where only about 14 percent of adult residents have a college degree.

“If 70 percent of the kids are black and brown and most of them are in poverty, that is the most critical issue that I see before our city,” Councilwoman Karla Cisneros told the editorial board. “We cannot rely on bringing people in to fill the jobs that we want, we need to grow our own.”

Cisneros, 65, has used her first term on the council to advocate for education, call attention to poverty and address the problem of stray animals and pet overpopulation, all issues that many of her constituents grapple with every day.

She has earned the right to continue to fight on their behalf.

Here is all of Karla’s Chron endorsement take: https://www.houstonchronicle.com/opinion/editorials/article/We-recommend-Karla-Cisneros-for-City-Council-14519787.php.

Nice job, to my good friend and client H-Town Council Member Karla Cisneros. She will do well. She works hard.

Let’s see, a fella who is running for president who got 632,477 votes for a state treasurer race says another fella who is running for president who got 4,045,632 votes for a U.S. Senate race is trying to be “relevant” because he support a mandatory buyback program of assault rifles. Got it.

The Buzbee fella is now attacking Bill King and the H-Town Mayor together in an ad. I wonder if the City Hall trolls will respond and tweet on this. That would require defending Bill, too. That’s funny.

H-Town folks just need to stop talking about the H-Town Rev Cap. If folks had any balls, they would have put it up for a repeal vote. Guess what? They didn’t have any balls so just shut up!

In 2015, the Mets swept the Cubs 4 zip in the NLCS of course.

At 3 pm today, H-Town’s productivity, with the exception of bars, restaurants, and The Yard, will take a dip of sorts for a few hours.

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