The announcement of an official date for Texas and Oklahoma’s move to the SEC signaled the end of Texas college football as we know it.
The conservative legal luminary, famous for the Clinton impeachment and his leadership of Baylor, mistook piety for doing what’s right.
Plus, Ken Starr is pulled out of retirement, Pete Olson visits Sesame Street, and Vicente Gonzalez desperately needs a celebrity.
The 171-year-old university fired its football coach and demoted its famous President today. Will that be enough?
The Baylor University president shows us his refuge.
Baylor University President Ken Starr took to the op-ed pages of the Washington Post asking, "Can I vote for a Mormon?"
The issue of whether Baylor gets an invitation to join the Pac-10 conference may depend upon how university presidents on the West Coast feel about having Baylor’s new president Ken Starr as a member of their club. You may have heard that California is liberal, and Ken Starr is, well,
WE, THE PRODUCERS OF BARNEY & FRIENDS, do have a sense of humor about how the big purple guy comes across to adults [“Bum Steer Awards,” January 1999]. However, the possibility that a person in a bogus Barney costume might harm a child is no laughing matter. That is
Who says there is nothing funny about the Monica Lewinsky matter?
Independent counsel Kenneth Starr was born in Vernon, and that’s just one of the many Texas connections at the heart of his investigation of Bill Clinton.