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It’s your vision that really matters

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.

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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Do you view Houston as a city with no limits?

I’m just a lone opinion here, but I don’t believe Houston is in any position to “brand” itself as a city with no limits just yet.

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Finally, Father’s Day makes a lot more sense

This year, being a father for the first time, I kind of think I had it all wrong.

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Please keep telling my Mom what you think

The majority of the letters are from people who do not agree with something we’ve written, and believe it or not, I think that is absolutely wonderful.

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Growth has its victims, but the dividend is nice

It’s logical, and largely accurate, to say that very few people who own homes in our market could complain about such tremendous growth in our largest investments. But it also is unfair to suggest that the boom of our market comes without victims.

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Voting could replace some of these petitions

Our nation’s form of government was built to work from the inside-out – local to federal, in that order. Instead, ours is completely opposite now.

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