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Title: Forrest for the trees: What does the P stand for?
Authors: Wilder,Forrest
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-12, 104 :9 ,pg 44-  
Subjects: Bush George P. Castro Julian United States - Politics and government San Antonio (Tex.) - Politics and government
Additional Information: Speculates on the future of George P. Bush, nephew of George W. Bush and speaker at the Republican National Convention in 2012, in national politics. Contrasts him with mayor of San Antonio, Julian Castro, who spoke at the 2012 Democratic National Convention.
Ref ID: 94860
 
Title: TH traveler: Blue dog goes Texan
Authors:
Source: Texas Highways, Sep-12, 59 :9 ,pg 68-  
Subjects: Amarillo (Tex.) - Museums - Exhibitions Rodrigue George
Additional Information: George Rodrigue: Blue Dogs in Texas at the Amarillo Museum of Art.
Ref ID: 94501
 
Title: State of the media: Remixing Dubya - As Perry lurches forward, it would be good to remember how Bush's own presidential media strategy evolved
Authors: Minutaglio,Bill
Source: Texas Observer, Sep-11, 103 :14 ,pg 43-  
Subjects: Perry Rick Press and politics Rove Karl Atwater Lee Bush George W.
Ref ID: 92878
 
Title: Mayor Jim Reese of Odessa and the Republican Party in the Permian Basin
Authors: Hathorn,Billy
Source: West Texas Historical Association Year Book, Oct-11, 87 : ,pg 127- 152
Subjects: Reese James O'Quinn Odessa (Tex.) -- History Bush George Walker Bush George Herbert Walker
Ref ID: 94059
 
Title: TH taste: A monumental dining experience
Authors: Head,Anthony
Source: Texas Highways, Nov-11, 58 :11 ,pg 13- 15
Subjects: Georgetown (Tex.) - Restaurants
Additional Information: The Monument Cafe (Georgetown).
Ref ID: 92239
 
Title: Board honors National Geographic Bee winner, National History Day winners
Authors:
Source: Texas Education Today, Nov-11, 25 :02    
Subjects: Geography - Study and teaching History - Study and teaching Students - Awards
Ref ID: 92366
 
Title: Truth or consequences
Authors: Hagan,Joe
Source: Texas Monthly, May-12, 40 :5 ,pg 152- 157+
Subjects: Rather Dan Bush George W. Journalism - Ethics
Additional Information: The story behind the story of CBS News anchor Dan Rather's 2004 report on President George W. Bush's Viet Nam War-era National Guard service.
Ref ID: 94212
 
Title: Behind the lines: Less than hero - The budget crisis is severe, but with challenges multiplying all around, Texas faces an even more serious shortfall: A deficit of leadership
Authors: Burka,Paul
Source: Texas Monthly, May-11, 39 :5 ,pg 18+-  
Subjects: Budget Perry Rick Dewhurst David Straus Joe Combs Susan Leadership Bush George W. Education - Finance
Ref ID: 91143
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Feud of the UT titans
Authors: Garlock,Dave
Source: Texas Highways, Mar-12, 59 :3 ,pg 58- 60
Subjects: University of Texas at Austin (Austin Tex.) - History Brackenridge George Washington Littlefield George Washington
Additional Information: An account of the battle between two rival 19th and early 20th century regents over the permanent location of the University of Texas at Austin campus.
Ref ID: 93246
 
Title: Alumlni report: The exploits of former Action Heroes
Authors: Kelly,Christopher
Source: Texas Monthly, Mar-11, 39 :3 ,pg 58-  
Subjects: Green David Gordon Ratliff George Duplass Mark Duplass Jay Liford Clay
Ref ID: 91191
 
Title: The working life: Stories from 9 to 5: Jennifer Walden, 40, Plastic Surgeon
Authors: Hollandsworth,Skip
Source: Texas Monthly, Jun-12, 40 :6 ,pg 40- 42
Subjects: Doctors Plastic surgeons Surgery Plastic Walden Jennifer
Ref ID: 94223
 
Title: Speaking of Texas: Littlefield's legacy
Authors: Soodalter,Ron
Source: Texas Highways, Jun-11, 58 :6 ,pg 62- 64
Subjects: Littlefield George W.
Ref ID: 92302
 
Title: State Board of Education honors national winners
Authors:
Source: Texas Lone Star, Jul-12, 30 :6 ,pg 50-  
Subjects: Texas State Board of Education - Awards Students - Awards National History Day - Awards National Geographic Bee - Awards
Ref ID: 94537
 
Title: Window on Texas
Authors: Smith,J. Griffis
Source: Texas Highways, Jul-12, 59 :7 ,pg 65-  
Subjects: Houston Museum of Natural Science. George Observatory - Photographs
Ref ID: 94824
 
Title: Texas student wins geography bee
Authors:
Source: Texas Lone Star, Jul-11, 29 :05 ,pg 41-  
Subjects: Students - Awards Geography - Study and teaching
Additional Information: National Geography Bee.
Ref ID: 91730
 
Title: Books on Texas writers and Texas writing: Future imperfect - Austin global intelligence analyst George Friedman specializes in seeing the future. But is his crystal ball all it's cracked up to be--or is it just cracked?
Authors: Drezner,Daniel W.
Source: Texas Monthly, Feb-11, 39 :2 ,pg 48+-  
Subjects: Friedman George International relations - Forecasting (Book review)
Additional Information: Review of The Next Decade: Where We've Been...and Where We're Going by George Friedman.
Ref ID: 90587
 
Title: Place-names in Nuevo Santander: Jose de Escandon, Indians, and the power of names
Authors: Tucker,Gene Rhea
Source: The Journal of South Texas, Fall 2011, 24 :2   23
Subjects: Mexico -- Historical geography Mexico -- History -- Spanish colony 1540-1810 de Escandon Jose
Ref ID: 92539
 
Title: View from every angle: GIS maps move East Texas governments into the future
Authors: Castellon,Michael
Source: Texas Rising, Fall 2011, : ,pg 13- 15
Subjects: Geographic information systems East Texas Council of Governments (ETCOG) Technology and state
Additional Information: The East Texas GIS Consortium, a network of 14 counties operating under the direction of the ETCOG, shares costly GIS technology to improve public services and save taxpayer money.
Ref ID: 94621
 
Title: Political intelligence: The education beat - charters go uptown
Authors: Michels,Patrick
Source: Texas Observer, December 2012, 104 :12    
Subjects: Education - Finance - Equalization Charter schools San Antonio (Tex.) - Schools George W. Brackenridge Foundation
Ref ID: 95215
 
Title: Up in the air: In the very public fight between Texas and the federal government, no organization has been as vilified as the EPA and its 'job-killing' regulations. That may be good politics, but is it good policy?
Authors: Blakeslee,Nate
Source: Texas Monthly, Dec-11, 39 :12 ,pg 148-151+-  
Subjects: Air pollution Perry Rick Coal-fired power plants Luminant Energy Company LLC Fraser Troy Smith Tom "Smitty" Eltife Kevin Abbott Greg Jackson Lisa Shaw Bryan Texas Commission on Environmental Quality United States Environmental Protection Agency Geo
Additional Information: Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR) of the EPA. People mentioned: Troy Fraser, David Campbell (CEO of Luminant), Tom "Smitty" Smith (Public Citizen), Kevin Eltife, Phil Wilson, John Wilder (CEO of TXU), Al Almendariz, Laura Miller, Trammell Crow, Rober
Ref ID: 92777
 
Title: Looking up
Authors: Gaskill,Melissa
Source: Texas Highways, Aug-12, 59 :8 ,pg 42- 47
Subjects: Houston Museum of Natural Science. George Observatory Brazos Bend State Park Astronomy
Ref ID: 94658
 
Title: The outsider: Can the camera-shy Dave Carney put Rick Perry in the White House?
Authors: Rapoport,Abby
Source: Texas Observer, Aug-11, 103 :13 ,pg 8-13-  
Subjects: Carney Dave Political consultants Perry Rick Bush George W. Sanchez Tony Eaton Tom Sununu John H. Americans for Job Security Merritt Tommy McKay James
Ref ID: 92902
 
Title: Arch of triumph: Santiago Calatrava's striking bridge over the Trinity River is being hailed as the sleek new emblem of twenty-first-century Dallas. But the real symbol of the future is the ramshackle neighborhood at its western end
Authors: Ennis,Michael
Source: Texas Monthly, Aug-11, 39 :8 ,pg 82+-  
Subjects: Trinity River - Bridges Calatrave Santiago Dallas (Tex.) - Neighborhoods Dallas (Tex.) - City planning Kessler George Suhm Mary Thomas Gail
Additional Information: Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Plan: "West Dallas Urban Structure and Guidelines."
Ref ID: 92823
 
Title: A mighty wind: Giant turbines topped by aerodynamic blades account for a rising share of the state's electrical grid--and may change the way people look at green energy (and Texas). But getting here wasn't easy. Just ask the dreamers who started it all
Authors: Galbraith,Kate;Price,Asher
Source: Texas Monthly, Aug-11, 39 :8 ,pg 104-107+-  
Subjects: Wind turbines James Joe Nelson Vaughn Gilmore Earl Barieau Robert Osborne Michael Carter Jay Carter Jay Jr. Richards Ann Rose Mark King Bob Hornaday Walter Bush George W. Wyly Sam Wood Pat Wolens Steve Sibley David Electric utilities - Der
Ref ID: 92827
 
Title: Weekender: A stroll on the square
Authors: Sharp,Andy
Source: Texas Highways, Apr-12, 59 :4 ,pg 25- 28+
Subjects: Georgetown (Tex.)
Ref ID: 94328
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