Robert Bryce

By Robert Bryce:


Our Alcohol Problem

by | Fri, Feb 6, 2009 at 12:00 am CST

Texas Goes After Big Pharma

The Texas Attorney General goes after big-dollar fraud by drug companies

AG Greg Abbot is bringing in millions for the state by going after corporate drug fraudsters hen it comes to fraud, Enron, Tyco, and Big Tobacco have nothing on Big Pharma. Some of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical and health care … Read More


Texas’ Deadly $16 Billion Boondoggle

Even Dick Cheney couldn't kill the V-22 helicopter

Compared to the V-22, Lazarus was a piker. Lazarus only rose from the dead once. And it took a special visit by Jesus Christ to make that happen. The V-22 should have been killed, dead, and buried half a dozen … Read More


Not Plucking Around

Has Bo Pilgrim Met his Match in Bill Ratliff?

If Jesus can bless Bo Pilgrim with a new jet airplane, why can’t He help Bo with his Bill Ratliff problem? It might soon require a Higher Authority to intervene on behalf of Pilgrim. There is no doubt that East … Read More


Nicotine Fit

Trial lawyers thought they were due pay and congratulations for a tobacco settlement well done. The new A.G. and the Guv don't see it that way.

There’s nothing like a few billion dollars to bring out the worst in people. Just look at the fight over legal fees owed to the five lawyers who represented Texas in the tobacco lawsuit — a courthouse and public relations … Read More


Burying the Competition

Robert Waltrip has proven he can bury his customers. Lately, he’s been trying to bury his critics, too. Waltrip, the burly, surly, C.E.O. of the world’s largest death-care company, Houston-based Service Corporation International, has no compunction about throwing his considerable … Read More