Alternate GOP Delegate, Texas
Attorney, alternate delegate from Dallas, Texas to the 2008 Republican National Convention
Since the late 1960's, party conventions only go through the formalities of nominating candidates, ratifying the results of primaries and caucuses. So what do delegates actually do?
Sep. 4, 2008
from To the Point
In this week's Scheer Intelligence podcast, host Robert Scheer discusses the paradoxical past, present and future of China's "socialist market" economic model with Nathan Gardels,…
from Scheer Intelligence
California’s recall election has been powered by some small business owners who are disgruntled about pandemic-era restrictions and pessimistic about the state’s future.
from Greater LA
Josh Barro, Tim Carney and David Dayen discuss President Biden’s vaccine mandates, early cuts and bargaining chips in the Democrats’ spending bill, and America’s post-Trump…
from Left, Right & Center
In a 70-minute interview, the state assemblymember explains why he won’t criticize Republicans, blames Gov.
from News Stories
Ken and Josh discuss disappearing lawyers, incompetent tricksters and and what happens when a judge tells a lawyer to go back to school.
from All the Presidents' Lawyers
For some business owners, the pain during the pandemic adds to longstanding frustrations over the cost of living in California, which could motivate them to vote to recall Newsom.
Journalism professor and author Ava Thompson Greenwell on the ‘heavy backpack’ that Black women in newsrooms carry
from The Treatment
President Biden announced in May that the United States would ship 80 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines to dozens of countries.
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Some GOP recall candidates say they would use emergency power to pass their agenda, and try to persuade the Democratic Legislature.
from News Stories