The lieutenant governor continues his crusade against those who challenge the racist mythologies of Texas.
Dan Patrick performs for Fox News; Greg Abbott dithers; and John Cornyn defiantly refuses to log off.
By supporting expanded background checks for private sales between strangers, Patrick has quickly become a conservative non grata.
Texas Gun Sense’s Ed Scruggs on how Abbott and Patrick talk about guns behind closed doors—and what that says about the prospects for change.
How harshly you’re punished for pot possession depends on where you’re caught, even more so now that a new law legalizing hemp has sowed confusion.
You know, the kind that might encourage violence in a place like El Paso.
After an anti-immigrant shooting in El Paso, Texas’ GOP leaders blamed mental health and video games rather than gun laws and white supremacy.
The most interesting story in American politics in the coming year isn’t in Iowa, but on the outskirts of Houston and Dallas.
Espinoza, a Houston native, is founder of the Trump-endorsed Remembrance Project. She seeks to squelch amnesty efforts, deport anyone who’s here illegally and harden the border.
Though Christian conservatives chalked up a few narrow victories in this year’s session, they may have run up against the limits of their legislative power.