With recent media buzz about the United States Attorney General Alberto Gonzales and his role in the dismissal of nine United States Attorneys, many members of Congress from both parties have called for his resignation. Not only that, many writers, columnists, and editorials from various newspapers around the country have commented on the actions of the Attorney General and believe he should step down from his position. Yet, the Houston Chronicle’s editorial section has only alluded to his resignation, but still has not demanded Gonzales to resign. This raises the questions: 1) Why does the Houston Chronicle specifically not mention that he should resign and 2) Is the Houston Chronicle improperly favoring a Houston attorney? The public has a right to know.