Most failed presidential campaigns are high-risk bids for personal glory and a waste of time and money.
Articles by Christopher Hooks
Tuesday’s midterm was the best election result for Texas Democrats since at least 1994, and gives a lot of reasons to think that something has meaningfully changed in this state.
When Cruz declared victory, the crowd in Houston chanted “build the wall,” and speakers on stage greatly overstated the Republican hold on Texas.
Democrat Diane Trautman is now is in charge of administering the voting rolls for 4.7 million Texans.
Cruz can’t help build the future because he’s focused solely on his present.
Greg Abbott was frustratingly vague and dodgy in the one and only gubernatorial debate, delivering the tacit message that he has little to do with the governance of the state.
How do we assess blame for the consequences of dehumanizing rhetoric?