Rick Perry said goodbye to the Legislature after 30 years in state government today—and what a ride it has been.
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Every public appearance Rick Perry makes these days is a checkpoint on the way to 2016. Today, he spoke alongside Newt Gingrich in Austin.
After he admitted to committing securities fraud, Ken Paxton spent some time in the political wilderness. But he’s back in the family now.
As the year 20 and 14 draws, blessedly, to a close, let us reflect on that one thing that brought us together: fear. This was a year that saw a succession of freak-outs, each one eclipsing the next in apocalyptic panic.
Are you under the impression that Texas is going to just sit idly by and leave America unmolested by its transformative mojo? Richard Parker is prepared to tell you a thing or two.
The Texas policy of subjecting returning doctors and nurses to unnecessary quarantines for Ebola may discourage them from going abroad in the first place.
Gov.-elect Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and other GOP leaders spoke to an ecstatic crowd in Austin, Texas, on election night.
In London today, Rick Perry told us a little bit more about how he’d approach foreign policy as president. In brief: Lock and load, and love it or leave it.
This week’s WTF Friday, our look at the dialectical excellence of Texas politics, focuses on Rick Perry, Greg Abbott and Ted Cruz, but also has gifs, which helps.
At this weekend’s Texas Tribune Festival, the fog over the state’s public discourse lifted—for a bit.