A Galveston medical student comes to grips with a healthcare system in which her patients die from treatable conditions.
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In this week’s WTF Friday, Rafael Cruz consults Genesis on the death penalty, Louie Gohmert takes on Obamacare and Barry Smitherman unveils his anti-poverty plan: have kids!
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.
Before a standing-room King Street Patriots crowd, Ted Cruz made a symbolic Texas homecoming Monday to share the good word from the front.
In this episode of Observer Radio, Observer editor Dave Mann talks about Ted Cruz’ future.
During her first six months in office, Brown voiced the solitary “no” vote on the 16-person council more than 200 times, often for projects in other members’ districts. You can imagine how popular this made her. And she used these “no” moments to speechify, turning a vote against energy-efficient buildings into a stand for American sovereignty, and a vote against birth control for low-income women into an endorsement of teaching the Bible in schools. She also practiced one-woman obstructionism, often using parliamentary procedures to delay city business other members considered routine and necessary.
Greg Harman stops by to talk about his recent story “Waste Land” in which Frio County deals with the constant stream of wastewater created by hydraulic fracturing in the Eagle Ford Shale.
You’ve got to credit Ted Cruz: The man’s been in elected office less than a year, and he’s already a household name across the […]