Some state lawmakers are concerned that American courts may not follow American laws. There’s no evidence of, say, Swedish common law creeping into the […]
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Dan Patrick, in an attempt to find money for his tax cuts, proposed to weaken the “spending cap” just last week. Now, he’s out to strengthen it. Huh?
Upset with “a hundred years” of “congressional misbehavior,” six state reps held a press conference Wednesday to call for changes to the U.S. Constitution.
This week in WTF Friday: Don’t send unsolicited pee pics. A Texas congressman goes native in the Caucasus. Steve Toth. Dan Flynn locks, loads. Cake.
A bill by Rep. Dan Flynn (R-Canton) authorizes teachers to use “force or deadly force” to defend themselves, students, or school property.
While a couple dozen protesters at the Capitol today held signs decrying Islam and called for Muslims to “go home,” Najmus Saqib Hassan watched […]
Monday was the first day to pre-file bills for next year’s 84th Texas Legislature—and it saw measures on taxes, daylight savings time and nullification.
In this week’s WTF Friday: Hold Greg Abbott in contempt? Greg Abbott is holding US in contempt. Dan Flynn vs. Muslims, Jews. Louie Gohmert. Steve Stockman.
Dan Flynn defends plastic bags, Louie Gohmert dishes a zinger on climate change, and a beaver flip-flops on its endorsement of Dan Patrick.
Late into the night, the payday loan industry strutted its stuff before a very friendly House committee. The hearing came just a week after the Senate passed a surprisingly tough bill that the industry insists would shut down most of Texas’ 3,400 payday and auto-title storefronts. Even though the legislation aired last night is a faint shadow the Senate bill, it got a rough treatment from six of the seven committee members.