If you want to understand the shift in political power that has taken place in Texas over the past thirty years—from rural areas to the new suburbs, from Democratic control to Republican dominance—you’ll hardly find a better case study than Tom DeLay’s Sugar Land.
Cynthia Ann Parker was nine when a Comanche snatched her from her East Texas home in 1836. Yet throughout her life as her captor’s wife she remained strong, brave, and devoted to her husband and children. Which is to say, she was the original Texas woman.
February 1, 2003 | by Jan Reid | Feature
Ten years ago I was shot in Mexico City by a street thug who wanted to kill me. Since then, I’ve endured unbelievable pain and learned how to walk again, and I’m thankful for what I have: a new outlook on life, time with my family, and a chance to step back into the ring.
April 1, 2008 | by Jan Reid | Feature