It has been 150 years since the institution of slavery officially ended in the Lone Star State. Yet, the vestiges from that evil period remain, and are revealed almost daily.
Tag Archives: Ted Cruz
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick has made education reform his mission this legislative session, but the success of his agenda is in doubt now that only one measure has a clear path to becoming law.
Last year, Ted Cruz tanked a carefully worked-out deal to reform the International Monetary Fund. This month, the chickens came home to roost.
In this week’s WTF Friday: Ted Cruz’s campaign—hoo boy. Donna Campbell, jihadi. Jonathan Stickland and Louie Gohmert are the darkest of dark horses.
Ted Cruz is running. Will Cruzmentum set the world on fire? Probably not, but he could make a hell of a mess of the GOP’s Texas primary next year.
After he admitted to committing securities fraud, Ken Paxton spent some time in the political wilderness. But he’s back in the family now.
Gov.-elect Greg Abbott, Ted Cruz, Rick Perry and other GOP leaders spoke to an ecstatic crowd in Austin, Texas, on election night.
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.
Americans For Prosperity wants to push America’s cacophonous conservative grassroots more firmly toward free-market advocacy—in Dallas, we saw how.