At a panel discussion on border security hosted by the Texas Public Policy Foundation today, panelists worried about the porous border but couldn’t say how much it would cost to lock it down.
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Rick Perry had a great first week after receiving twin felony indictments. But there’s a lot of reason to think things are about to get worse for him.
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.
Could Rick Perry somehow use his indictments as a springboard into the White House?
The indictment drama that started on Friday is a long, long way from concluding, but Rick Perry’s winning the first few days pretty decisively.
In the rush to dismiss the Rick Perry indictment as a partisan witch hunt, pundits are getting the story—and their facts—all wrong.
Rick Perry’s the longest-serving governor in Texas history, and he’s had free rein to control the state for a long, long time. It’s wholly remarkable to think that his tenure as governor could be consumed by this cloud.
This week’s escalation of firepower and political bluster in Texas, from the personal to the state level.
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Rick Perry and David Dewhurst say they should get the credit for a decrease in apprehensions at the border—a drop that has almost nothing to do with Texas.