How did one of Julian Castro’s signature projects—”Modern Streetcar”—become a political train wreck for San Antonio Democrats?
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in Texas it is our cities that are left to seriously grapple with citizens’ most urgent needs.
Protests at Mexican Consulates across Texas marked anger at the border influx—but it’s the unresolvable tension behind them that poses a greater danger.
Blake Farenthold, the tea party congressman from Corpus Christi, has settled into a routine where distraction is just part of the job.
On Tuesday night, a political unknown named Bob Hall upset three-term state Sen. Bob Deuell, a conservative Republican from Greenville, in a GOP runoff. It was one of the least-followed, but most triumphant, victories for the tea party grassroots. But who is Bob Hall and what does he believe?
A long-awaited review for liberal bias in classroom lessons wasn’t the smoking gun CSCOPE’s critics suggested it would be.
The news that tea partier Katrina Pierson was taking unemployment benefits to supplement her career in activism is the latest setback in a campaign that’s failed to launch.
In this week’s WTF Friday: David Dewhurst really, really hates Obama; the Young Conservatives of Texas hunt immigrants; and Wayne Christian resurfaces.
If Texas Republicans seem to have descended into madness, it’s only because they’ve succumbed to an extreme fringe that now owns the party in this state.
But the week just wouldn’t have been nearly so WTF-y without a certain blast from the past shuffling back onto the national stage. Yep, it’s Hammer time again because Tom DeLay is back, baby.