Don Blankenship bought a state supreme court suit, owned a company in which 29 workers died, went to prison and ran for the U.S. Senate. Is he America’s top villain?
The Star-Telegram calls Summer Santa children’s charity’s Feb. 10 murder mystery fun-raiser “a fresh party format.” Don’t miss the fun.
“The biggest risk I ever took,” newspaper columnist Dave Lieber says, “was proposing to my wife in the newspaper.” As we celebrate the 23rd anniversary of my published proposal column, Dave says it’s the only perfect column he’s ever written.
Watchdog Nation founder Dave Lieber brings his consumer rights movement to tornado-damaged communities in North Texas on Saturday. He hosts a free event, open to the public – “A Tornado Town Hall: How to Hire the Best People to Help You Put Your Life Back Together.” Saturday, Jan. 16 at 1:30 pm at Plaza Theatre in Garland.
The Dallas Morning News Watchdog columnist says his symbolic candidacy is not a PR stunt. Rather, he’s using the power of storytelling to highlight how easy it is to be a scammer.
The Twitterverse was abuzz this weeks with rumors that I am going to announce my candidacy for U.S. president on a consumer rights platform. Are they true?