The hapless champion of conservative principles, Rep. Jonathan Stickland, ruined the chances of two sweeping new abortion restrictions, making it a successful weekend for pro-choice activists.
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Despite the success of 2014 election cycle, Texas tea party members have voiced their dissatisfaction with the 84th Legislative session in a letter calling their elected leaders a “failure.”
There’s only one thing that could measure Rep. Jonathan Stickland’s gaffes and schemes in the Texas Legislature. It’s called the Stickland Number.
In this week’s WTF Friday: Ted Cruz’s campaign—hoo boy. Donna Campbell, jihadi. Jonathan Stickland and Louie Gohmert are the darkest of dark horses.
Dozens of gun rights activists gathered in front of the Capitol Monday morning to voice their support for a bill that would end Texas’ 144-year ban on the open carry of handguns.
This week in WTF Friday: Perry’s R&B record comes together, with a little help from the Islamic State. The public’s crisis of faith. Toth Toths. College.
Dear ones, we have a problem. WTF Friday is in a rut. Every week, we set out to bring you the best in absurdity […]
Our weekly roundup of the choicest moments in Texas public discourse. This week’s theme: the elusive “core concept.”
This week on WTF Friday: A bender in San Francisco. Border fever. Jonathan Stickland. Rick Perry dons a yarmulke, comes out of the closet.
Rand Paul is beefing up his presidential campaign years in advance of the 2016 election. His activity in Texas foreshadow’s the states growing importance to the GOP.