The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s latest PR blitz is the kind of thing you’d expect to see from a seedy advocacy group, not a would-be policy braintrust.
Articles by Christopher Hooks
The Austin judge presiding over two defamation cases against the InfoWars founder indicated there’s a solid chance Jones will have to go to trial — again.
D’Souza is lying to his audiences on a vast scale, making them more immune to a shared reality.
When Patrick is presented with collective problems, his response is inevitably to respond in terms of individual action.
The state’s part-time Legislature and weak ethics laws allow corruption to flourish. Uresti was just stupid and brazen enough to get caught.
At the state GOP convention, Dan Patrick said his side had “won.” He’s right.
Dan Patrick and Donald Trump can provide enough favors, and dish out enough pain, to easily secure the loyalty of people who care primarily about money.
In what should be a pretty good year for the party, the situation doesn’t look rosy.
Even if Russia had nothing to do with Jade Helm, the episode is still evidence for the proposition that the American body politic is weak and easy to manipulate.