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We hire private police; why not expand?

We hire private police; why not expand?

When I started thinking more about the question of who we might consider the movers and shakers of our community, I actually did a little research.

School children need some sage advice

I’m going to spend this week writing to the school kids. Uncle Publisher offers some honest advice.

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Parenting 101: Welcome back cereal and bad songs

As any new parent knows, figuring out what to feed your child is only slightly harder than dissecting a robotic goat.

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We don’t spend much time at The Leader covering city government. I’m beginning to wonder if we should. Especially if no one else is going to do it. In the Houston hierarchy of media, here’s how things typically work: You’ve got your big boys like The Chronicle, the local network news and, if we can […]

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Changes happening as The Leader continues growth

I actually believe we run a newspaper that belongs to you, our readers.

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It’s your vision that really matters

For the second year in a row (and hopefully for many years to come), we’re turning The Leader on its head.

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Don’t blame technology for killing off good content

The internet has been in our homes for almost 20 years now, and somehow, we’re still alive and kicking.

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Filtering news isn’t always such a bad thing

What I have learned over the past three weeks is that the way we consume information is almost frightening.

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So much for attaining superhero dad status

By Jonathan McElvy Publisher, The Leader I made a snap decision last weekend, and the consequences (also known as “writer’s material”) deserve to be shared with an audience larger than the woman sitting next to me on the plane, which is not such an easy task. Here’s what happened: My Dad celebrated one of those milestone […]

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Government is broken when elected won’t talk

Maybe it’s just me, but this is a broken, disgusting form of government when people who live, work and pay taxes can’t talk to the people they’ve elected.

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