When I imagine a present-day Selena, I see the star power packed in her smile, the feminine power in her hips, and I hear the love in her songs. But mostly, when I envision a 44-year-old Selena, I think of Selena the public servant.
Tag Archives: Joaquin Castro
In addition to an overall lack of productivity, the 84th Legislature’s tax cuts and budget ploys make future sessions look grim for Texas lawmakers.
The Observer sat down with Rep. Joaquin Castro in Washington this week to talk about congressional dysfunction, immigration reform, Dan Patrick and his political future.
Everyone figures Julián and Joaquin Castro are going places. A recent story in the New York Times suggests Julian is angling for a vice-presidential spot and Joaquin is considering a statewide run in Texas.
In this week’s WTF Friday, Don Huffines embraces creationism, a Glen Rose pol warns the GOP away from equality and Bill Zedler waxes poetic on Twitter.
In this episode, we discuss the controversy surrounding Dan Patrick’s endorsement for lieutenant governor by the owners of a much-beloved convenience store chain, Bucc-ee’s.
Dan Flynn defends plastic bags, Louie Gohmert dishes a zinger on climate change, and a beaver flip-flops on its endorsement of Dan Patrick.
Texas Republicans in the House cast pro-environment votes a little more than 4 percent of the time this session, according to the League of Conservation Voters.
For nearly four decades, white liberals have dominated Austin politics. Now the city may finally embrace true progressivism.