So I’m checking out the local news on the Dallas Morning News website, trying to navigate my way through all the flash advertisements (that deserves its own post) and run across this article: Dallas businessman arrested, barred from SMU over student complaints
At the end of the article, it states that this guy was a staffer for both the Reagan and George H.W. Bush administrations and is the chairman of the Texas Commission on the Arts.
So I wonder why they didn’t go for a catchier headline, like : Former White House staffer, chairman of the Texas Commission on the Arts, arrested, barred from SMU over student complains. That headline might be a little long, but not sure why with those credentials the decided to use the generic “Dallas businessman” moniker.
I'd love to know the story behind this one. There must be a lot more to this than simply "offering alcohol to minors". I believe McNutt has resigned from his "businessman" position.
Ugh, the editors of the Dallas Morning News need some help with their editing skills! I couldn't get past the first sentence. 😀