With only a few weeks left to go, it’s safe to say that this year’s legislative session has been less than productive. Instead, it has become a never-ending primary.
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One problem with Sid Miller’s ‘cupcake amnesty': Texas had not, in fact, ever banned cupcakes brought from home to school. And the rule change behind Miller’s announcement took place April 2014, months before Miller was even elected.
Todd Staples spent his whole tenure as agriculture commissioner gunning for his next race. Then he lost it. Now he’s resigning. Where does that leave Texas?
In an interview with a tea party radio show, David Dewhurst described the surge of DPS and National Guard to the border with menacing bravado.
When Jim Hogan decided to run for Texas agriculture commissioner, he decided that he didn’t want to be a typical politician. So far, so good.
With the Texas primary runoffs behind us, several big Republican feuds have concluded and we’ve learned a little about the 2015 Legislature.
Texas struggles with a Texas primary hangover this week. Weirdos in runoffs. God intervenes. The Ukraine is cold. And: the return of the poll tax.
In this week’s WTF Friday, Greg Abbott can’t remember anything offensive that Ted Nugent has said.
Cornyn’s pants will keep us warm, the Rio Grande Valley has an unclean Chili’s, what’s in Sid Miller’s heart and the gays.
The only life-long farmer in the GOP race for Texas agriculture commissioner struggles to be heard over an ideological foodfight.