Justice Revival: Dallas

Rev. Jim Wallis, a leading progressive preacher and founder of Sojourners, addressed Dallas Christians on Nov. 12, 2009. The social justice movement, he said, "is not about social action. It's not about politics. It's about restoring the integrity of the word of God in our lives, our churches, our neighborhoods, our city and our nation." Full Story 

White: Still Running for Senate. Really.

Houston Mayor Bill White, interviewed by Texas Tribune Editor-in-chief and CEO Evan Smith at the Center for Politics and Governance at the University of Texas at Austin's LBJ School of Public Affairs. White said, once again, that he's running for Senate and not governor. Full Story 

KBH Internet Ad

Kay Bailey Hutchison doesn't attack Rick Perry in her television ads (which just started today), but her Internet advertising is a different proposition. Here, she's deconstructing his first TV spot. His is an attack on her; she's returning the volley. Full Story 

Farouk Shami's First TV Ad

Farouk Shami debuted his statewide ad at his gubernatorial announcement on Thursday. This is the ad, as shot from one of the projection screens at the CHI headquarters in Houston. Full Story 

Hutchison's Friday Gaggle

Kay Bailey Hutchison reacts to the Rasmussen poll, Rick Perry's remarks about Obama "trying to punish Texas" and more questions about her resignation timetable. Full Story 

The Private Option

When investigations are conducted in public, it is difficult to protect them from outside influences, says Forensic Science Commission Chairman John Bradley. His suggestion? Private meetings for a panel that's in the public spotlight. Full Story