Dallas Voice

When Pauline Kael was asked to write her a memoir after nearly 25 years of writing movie criticism and essays, it’s reported she bluntly replied, “I think I already have.” I feel the same way. Though the term “clip” is blunt and brief, the clips below (and those not included) represent not just this writer’s ability, but this writer’s personal growth as well. I grew up performing on the stage, so I’ve always been very public. So I consider my published work another type of performance.

Clips begin with the most recent.

Dallas Voice

Full coverage of the 84th Texas Legislature can be found here.

Keller ISD chronicles:

Print:

Battle continues over Keller ISD policy

Supporters will keep pushing for Keller ISD policy change

Promposal plan creates stir for Keller student

Blog:

In text exchange, Haussmann, Schofield wanted vote for LGBT protections

Keller’s Haussmann mired in further allegations of privacy violations, abuse of office

Keller ISD trustee’s private meeting canceled, expresses concerns over ‘trolls’ and ‘these people’

Keller ISD postpones vote on LGBT policy

Keller ISD nondiscrimination ordinance up for vote on Thursday

Features:

New home, same mission

East Dallas church gets inked for Lent

The Good Shepherd

High holy rollin’

Beyond the Rainbow: Baltimore, Ferguson and the pursuit of justice: pt. 1 and pt. 2

Ready – or not – for Hillary Clinton

To RFRA or not

Grants are not enough

Walking in grace

Already outdated

Keeping memories alive

Cowtown Pride

Plans for national LGBT veterans memorial unveiled

2014 election coverage:

Changing dynamic in the Texas Lege

National Family Coalition traced back to far-right ideologues. (A follow-up investigation to the blog post about the National Family Coalition. I received coverage here and prompted a lawsuit.)

Activists, Conventions and the GOP platform

Leticia Van de Putte

Profiles:

Betty Neal

Richard Curtin

Leza Mesiah

Paul Lewis

Robb Conover

Alex Newell

United Court of the Lone Star Empire celebrates 40th coronation

Adam Ball

Essays:

Politics can sometimes hit too close to home

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