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Abandoning any pretense of being a brush-clearing “rancher” in Crawford [the… A racially-restrictive covenant in Preston Hollow prohibited nonwhites from using and occupying specified properties until 2000, when it was invalidated. Racially-restrictive rules have been legally unenforceable since the Supreme Court’s decision in Shelley v. Kraemer (1948), but Preston Hollow asserted segregation rights until just eight years ago. In 2000, the following “whites only” language was formally removed from the neighborhood association’s covenant: “Said property shall be used and occupied by white persons except these covenants shall not prevent occupancy by domestic servants of different race or nationality in the employ of a tenant.” Freestanding “servants quarters” must be placed “to the rear of the lot.” In 2006 a federal judge found that Preston Hollow’s elementary school district had attempted to undermine the desegregation decision in Brown v. Topeka Board of Education (1954) by using outdated “separate but equal” arguments. Preston Hollow, home to many of most weatlhy and powerful elite in Texas, boasts an average annual household income of $1.5 million.
This sounds like either a) a daily lap in Larry Blamire’s brain or b) a… It is neither. It’s deadpan flat-footed so-says-science bona fide real and scientific. Go forth and ingest. You will be blinking like I am. Let’s blink together.
The inexplicable cartoons of Larry Blamire
The Republican “Road to Recovery” budget alternative, rolled out today by John…
No, I’m talking about casting the lead role in THE LOST SKELETON OF… How to Cast Bones .