Steve Hammer looks back on his time at NUVO
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NUVO's Texas-based correspondent waxes philosophical on a changing allegiances, tax brackets and scenery.
Letterman is the last remaining link to Paul Dixon and Bob Braun and Johnny Carson, literally the last man standing from an era of broadcasting gone for generations now.
A beloved local television personality heads for the afterlife, and an iconic NUVO columnist returns from the grave (OK, he reconnects from San Antonio) to memorialize him.
If I had known in 1993 that the column would run for two decades, terminating when I moved to Texas for a job with a Fortune 500 company, I'm not sure whether I would have reacted with happiness, terror or disgust.
I started writing letters on my IBM Selectric typewriter to many of these same people.
Hello, I am a 12 year old in Indianapolis.
I don't really have any kind of profound knowledge to impart. I didn't in 1993 and I don't now. I do, however, know that there are universal truths that remain unchanged.
After two decades and who knows how much hate-filled email and online posts about me, the liberal agenda I've espoused for 30 years is now the majority viewpoint.
Insults don't diminish my sense of self-worth and compliments do not overly inflate it. I have written this column because I am passionate about the things I believe to be true.