For much of the next year, Texans with a high tolerance for bullshit will have the opportunity to follow along with the finest still-legal bloodsport in the state: Republican legislative primaries.
Tag Archives: Rick Perry
In addition to building luxurious new headquarters, the Texas Public Policy foundation has attempted to rewrite history, making themselves the underdog when, in reality, they’ve become just another accessory to the Republican Party.
In announcing his presidential bid, Rick Perry’s task is this: to be taken seriously again.
Truancy reform legislation, which would decriminalize Texas’ punitive system for handling students who miss school, has made it to the governor’s desk.
Update: Senators voted on party lines early Tuesday morning to send SB 1819 to the full Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. Original: During a debate over the […]
Ted Cruz is running. Will Cruzmentum set the world on fire? Probably not, but he could make a hell of a mess of the GOP’s Texas primary next year.
This week in WTF Friday: Perry goes native in the great white north. Who is Don Huffines, really? Kory Watkins builds a cult of personality, and then raps.
After 14 years of enthusiastic prison-building, Perry is taking credit for a tiny softening in his rhetoric on crime just in time for a presidential run.
Rick Perry lost an early bid to beat the felony indictments against him, so, with the help of an aggressive legal team, he’s digging in.
With his gubernatorial run finally over, Perry will turn his full attention to his quest to become an employee of the federal government.