Gov. Rick Perry joined Arthur Laffer in yet another bid to wrest control of the national consciousness from that great nemesis of our state — California.
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A Galveston medical student comes to grips with a healthcare system in which her patients die from treatable conditions.
Prop 6 is being pitched as a long-term solution to the growing water supply problems of the state. Is it?
Texas Public Policy Foundation deep thinker John Davidson proposes tax cuts for businesses to help West, Texas recover from the April fertilizer explosion.
The increasingly heated atmosphere of Texas politics finds key players, including gubernatorial hopeful Greg Abbott and HB 2 filibusterer Sen. Wendy Davis, taking to social media more intensely than ever.
Watching Lewis Black’s already-famous takedown of Rick Perry last Wednesday on The Daily Show with some native Texans was a rollercoaster ride that opened […]
The craziest, stupidest and funniest stuff people have said, tweeted or—in the case of the sign guy—held… so far in the abortion fight.
Here in no particular order are the top 10 things I will miss about having Rick Perry as my governor.
Whoever’s the next governor, he or she will inherit an office that has been transformed. In his 12 years in office, Perry has found ways to turn a weak, largely ceremonial office into a powerful position that commands the state’s political structure.
The moment Gov. Rick Perry added anti-abortion bills to the first special session, reproductive-rights organizations and advocacy groups started unifying like they were community organizers on steroids.