Lou Dubose

Lou Dubose was the co-author, with the late Molly Ivins, of two New
York Times
bestsellers about George W. Bush: Shrub: The Short But
Happy Political Life of George W. Bush
and Bushwhacked: Life in
George W. Bush's America
, both published by Random House. He also
wrote, with Texas Monthly senior writer Jan Reid, a political
biography of Republican House majority leader Tom DeLay: The
(Public Affairs, 2004). His final collaboration with Ms.
Ivins was Bill of Wrongs (Random House, 2007). He currently edits
the semi-monthly Washington Spectator and divides his time
between Austin, Texas, and Washington, DC.

Winning Votes, Hearts & Minds Winning Votes, Hearts & Minds

Hillary Clinton may have won Texas, but the huge crowds participating for the first time in the primary and caucuses were there mainly because of Barack Obama.

Mar 5, 2008 / Feature / Lou Dubose

Bush’s Hit Man Bush’s Hit Man

GOP strategist Karl Rove and the politics of destruction.

Feb 15, 2001 / Feature / Lou Dubose

A Texas ‘Advocate for Justice’ A Texas ‘Advocate for Justice’

The judge who chided Bush over aid to children is part of a state tradition.

Oct 26, 2000 / Feature / Lou Dubose

Running on Empty Running on Empty

Texas Observer editor Louis Dubose estimates that his property tax will decrease by $130 in the year 2000.

Apr 8, 1999 / Feature / Lou Dubose