Don’t Overreact to UT Shooting

A disturbed man took an assault rifle onto the University of Texas at Austin campus and shot himself Tuesday, law enforcement officials say. Early […]

The Race of His Life

Chet Edwards should have been voted from office years ago. For most of his two decades in Congress, the Waco Democrat has represented a […]

Expreso Mi Cultura

Over the last few years, there have been a handful of San Antonio momentos that I’ve been lucky enough to witness, moments that have […]

What is Fantastic?

This week marks the mid-point in Austin’s fourth annual Fantastic Fest, the largest genre film festival in the country. Over the next couple of […]

Could Unlikely Voters Be a Potential Key to a White Victory?

Campaign workers are a bit like those people who celebrate every holiday. “United Nations Day!” they’ll say. “Party at my place!” Or in the […]

Are Unlikely Voters a Potential Key to a White Victory?

Campaign workers are a bit like those people who celebrate every holiday. “United Nations Day!” they’ll say. “Party at my place!” Or in the […]

Stumpers of the Week: Perry’s Ouija, Sharp’s Waterloo

Every Friday from here till the end of this year’s campaign stumping season, we’re honoring the most outlandish, befuddling, illogical or downright clueless statements […]

Play It Again, State Board!

Well, shocking no one, the State Board of Education passed the resolution to guard against any “pro-Islamic/anti-Christian” bias in world history textbooks. Perhaps you […]

Lost Houston

Twenty-first century readers lucky enough to stumble into Sig Byrd’s Houston can be forgiven for wondering if such a place ever existed. Even Byrd—a […]

Would Unlikely Voters Be Key to a White Victory?

Campaign workers are a bit like those people who celebrate every holiday. “United Nations Day!” they’ll say. “Party at my place!” Or in the […]