Rick Perry’s the longest-serving governor in Texas history, and he’s had free rein to control the state for a long, long time. It’s wholly remarkable to think that his tenure as governor could be consumed by this cloud.
Daily Archives: August 15, 2014
This week’s escalation of firepower and political bluster in Texas, from the personal to the state level.
The legal challenges to Texas’ abortion restrictions will amble on for some time: But even if the pro-life coalition loses, it wins.
John Savage dives into the for-profit college industry and discovers a business model that soaks up federal student aid to the detriment of taxpayers and the students it’s meant to serve.
A Newsweek story describes ranchers who are “hunting humans” as simply “dealing first-hand with the problems caused by the influx of undocumented immigrants.”
The task of “fixing” the Alamo and its plaza is a challenging one, made more complex by the passions the site inspires.