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On the podcast: our roundtable wonders at the wild world of Sid Miller, plus we take Texas to task for leaders' mishandling of the foster care system....Read More
Long before Jeff Sessions used Romans 13 to justify stripping children from their parents, it was already the go-to verse for Texas pols seeking to defend all sorts of questionable policies.
When Texas politicians hitch their political wagon to the Bible, they may be in for a very bumpy ride. Of course, that prospect never seems to stop them. ...Read More
San Antonio ISD officer Joshua Kehm had completed trainings on active shooters and gangs but hadn’t yet finished school policing instruction.
Joshua Kehm, who had not yet completed school policing training, was fired after a video surfaced showing him throwing a 12-year-old girl to the ground....Read More
Demands for equity, demands to be treated as human, aren’t acts of violence, however much they may disturb us white Texans who are too comfortable in our own ...Read More
When Texas students come back to school this month, they’ll be joined in many districts by police officers, members either of a dedicated school police force ...Read More
A new report shows that Dallas recorded the third-highest rate of fatal police shootings among the nation’s 10 largest cities from 2010 through 2014....Read More