My opponent wishes to rape women, but he cannot, because he is crippled.
That’s the gist of Wendy Davis’s argument for why she should be elected governor of Texas over her Republican opponent, Greg Abbott.Read More →
District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos, an appointee of President Obama who struck down Texas’ voter ID law Thursday, had plenty of reasons for what she did.Read More →
A lawsuit filed by an organizer for Battleground Texas accuses a labor group established by ACORN founder Wade Rathke of instructing an Obamacare navigator to spend time recruiting union members.Read More →
Two state lawmakers, whose demands to be included in an investigation into the University of Texas’ admissions practices were unanimously rejected by the Board of Regents earlier this month, are objecting to their rejection, although there’s little they can do about it.Read More →
Texas House Speaker Joe Straus wants a committee of journalists to decide which reporters are “legitimate” so the Legislature can limit Capitol access to sufficiently apolitical reporters.Read More →
The co-chair of a legislative committee that investigated University of Texas regent Wallace Hall failed to disclose conflict of interest in his conduct of the investigation: he had written one of the clout letters at issue in the controversy.Read More →