ON THE COVER
Nothing could be farther from the truth. We recognize the importance of PEG and welcome the opportunity to help bring the next generation of community access programming to San Antonio and other cities. In fact, we have worked diligently with city officials from the outset to ensure that PEG remains alive and well in San Antonio.
AT&T is committed to providing PEG channels on our state-of-the art IP-based video platform. We are working with the city council now to conduct testing of the service — the next step in the process.
Ultimately, our PEG product will provide communities with more potential feature enhancements compared with traditional cable, including more options, greater accessibility to community programming and potential for archived content.
AT&T takes pride in delivering quality products and services. PEG is no exception.
Howard W. Peak
Re: “Unholy mandate,” April 11-17
Bible in the classroom?
You don’t preach in my schools and I won’t teach in your churches.
Herb, Midland, Texas
Added: Wednesday April 11, 2007 at 07:25 PM EST
Short “Shrift” for Short Law Maker’s Bill
This bill, like the Texas Panhandle secession bill he filed during his first legislative session, is laughable. However, when the intent of this bill is clearly designed to bypass the US Constitution’s establishment of religion clause, it is no longer laughable, it becomes alarming. If this bill becomes law, his next bill will most likely seek to ban all other religions from being practiced in the State of Texas. Perhaps, Mr. Chisum fancies himself to be a “vertically challenged” member of a modern-day Knights Templar who is on a crusade to protect Christianity from the evils of every other religion?
I am a Christian, but I do not believe that.
Rapsie James, Amarillo, TX