Mar 6, 2014
Fifty Years Ago Today, March 7, 1964
The Warren Commission will hear testimony Tuesday that four, not three, shots were fired into President Kennedy's open-top limousine last Nov. 22. James Richard Worrell, 20, said he had been called before the commission to testify about what he saw and heard near the Texas schoolbook depository the day Kennedy was slain and Gov. John Connally was ... (more)
The Importance of Being John Connally
Texas has a long history of producing powerful politicians who have fixed their eye on the White House.
The View from Writers Roost
WHO WOULD you choose as your favorite statewide elected official of all time? An old coot like me, in a long newspaper career, has met a lot of public officials.