The mark of a great baseball hitter is knowing which pitches to swing at and which pitches to let go by. The same is likely true for political commentary. I could comment on the latest round of mass shootings, but I think I would just talk in circles. It’s hard to say the same thing […]
Last night saw the effective end to the Astrodome. The county judges threw out a plan that was several years old and unimaginative in the hopes of fooling the local citizens that they cared about saving the dome. Citizens saw through this and vetoed the measure. Now, the future of the dome is probably officially […]
When I saw Houston Mayoral candidate Ben Hall speak earlier this year, he made a point to say that he would respect the rights of all people.(Picture above is one I took of Mr. Hall when I saw him speak.) Mr. Hall has changed his message for the worse as Election Day approaches. Mr. […]
Here is a do-it-yourself bus stop bench I saw in Houston today. When things are not right, we have to fix them ourselves. Though the good folks who use this stop should call the relevant officials and get a real bench. This is not Somalia. Please consider reading my homesite NeilAquino.com.
Here are the things you ordered. This is a container ship entering Galveston Bay yesterday. Please click here to see my homesite of NeilAquino.com.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker has been pushing an anti-food sharing ordinance in Houston that would criminalize many acts of kindness towards those most in need in our city. (Above–The type of sharing with others that may soon be illegal in Houston.) Beyond that, Mayor Parker, in explaining her support for the anti-giving ordinance, has some […]
There will be a protest on Sunday, 3/25 at Houston City Hall to call for justice in the Trayvon Martin case. While Trayvon was shot and killed in Florida, his death is a matter of national concern. I will be attending this event at City Hall. We’ve got to stick together and show up for each […]
There will be a rally against wage theft in Houston held on Tuesday March 20. Below you see the details of this event. Here is a Houston Chronicle story about wage theft. Here are details about wage theft on a national level. Here is the website of the anti-wage theft effort in the Houston area. […]
There will be a March 12 rally at Planned Parenthood in Houston to protest the drastic and unwarranted cuts for the health care needs of so many Texans. And don’t forget the Texas forced sonogram law which many see—correctly in my view—as a form of state-mandated rape. Below are details of the March 12 event. What I […]
For the third time in recent months, Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Houston City Council are considering regulations directed at homeless people. From the Houston Chronicle— “Mayor Annise Parker is asking the council to adopt rules that would require organizations and people who feed the homeless to register with the city, take a food safety class, prepare […]