Dan Patrick’s blowout victory last night was a surprise to just about everyone but himself and his supporters, who saw in it proof of God’s great majesty.
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In this week’s WTF Friday, Greg Abbott can’t remember anything offensive that Ted Nugent has said.
Ted Nugent’s acceptance by the Texas GOP goes deeper than his appearance with Greg Abbott.
In this episode, we discuss the current state of the gubernatorial campaign in Texas and wonder if that Patrick vs. Castro debate will ever happen.
Wendy Davis repeated her call for Attorney General Greg Abbott to settle an ongoing lawsuit over Texas’ school finance system, indicating her campaign is betting big on an issue that’s set to rumble through 2014.
Patrick Michels tells the tale of Jeffrey Holliman who survived for a year in the woods near Nacadogches County by ransacking his neighbors.
At an anti-abortion rally in Austin today, Greg Abbott blasts Wendy Davis, his presumed opponent for governor, for her positions on abortion.
Texas Finance Commission Chairman William White and his company, Cash America, have been intimately involved in trying to undermine the efforts of Texas’ big cities to regulate payday and auto-title loans at the municipal level, documents show.
As the Texas GOP has drifted more and more rightward, marquee politicians have increasingly embraced fringe activists like Robbie Cooper.
Observer Radio Episode 36: Austin’s Political Landscape Changes and a Church Revival in Wells Goes Awry
In this episode, Observer editor Dave Mann and staff writer Patrick Michels discuss the current state of the governor’s race.