Earl Abel's has put WE ARE NOT FOR SALE on its sign on Broadway and the owner's daughter told KENS-TV last night that the rumors of a sale are false. HOWEVER-- newspaper story: Earl Abel's to go
San Antonio Express-News 11/15/05 Another hit in battle to stay off 'dirty air' list It just gorks me that we keep reading about our air pollution problem when we DON'T HAVE ONE except when the air blows into San Antonio from elsewhere - most frequently from the east or northeast - and carries dirty air from elsewhere. It's a proven fact, for crying out loud, but our area bureaucracy pointedly ignores that fact, refuses to fight the feds on the issue, and rolls along in typical blind, top-heavy ignorance hoping for more personnel, power and taxpayer-funded budget.
On www.mysanantonio.com home page today, the KENS-TV headline "Father hospitalized after being allegedly stabbed by daughter's boyfriend" raises the obvious question of whether ol' Dad was stabbed or not. If not, how did those holes get in him? Whatever happened, however, it is clear from the headline that the daughter's boyfriend did it.
EDITORIAL Decoding Mr. Bush's Denials
Yesterday in Alaska, Mr. Bush trotted out the same tedious deflection on Iraq that he usually attempts when his back is against the wall: he claims that questioning his actions three years ago is a betrayal of the troops in battle today. It all amounts to one energetic effort at avoidance. But like the W.M.D. reports that started the whole thing, the only problem is that none of it has been true.