The state GOP might be trying to be more inclusive in some ways, but that stops with the gays.
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The Observer sat down with Rep. Joaquin Castro in Washington this week to talk about congressional dysfunction, immigration reform, Dan Patrick and his political future.
This week in WTF: A man and his cattle cannot be torn asunder. Noblesse Oblige and the Texas Nationalist Movement. Don’t f*ck with Charlie Parker’s wife.
The latest meeting of the Texas Renewal Project finds evangelical pastors falling out of love with their country.
This month, Ted Cruz helped play a leading role in the fight to quash reforms—years in the making—for the International Monetary Fund.
Rand Paul is beefing up his presidential campaign years in advance of the 2016 election. His activity in Texas foreshadow’s the states growing importance to the GOP.
Update: After filing WTF Friday, we found a stunner from Rep. Jonathan Stickland—a Bedford tea party Republican who struck this stunning pose for the […]
What do you call a group of ideologues that collects millions from corporations and billionaires and then churns out studies and policy papers used by politicians to justify miserly policies? Certainly not a “think tank.”
Most Texans probably didn’t realize that when they elected Ted Cruz to the U.S. Senate, they were getting his dad thrown in at no extra cost.