Does the DEA need a reason, or a warrant, to go rummaging through private medical records in search of pill mills and prescription drug abusers? The DEA doesn’t think so.Read More →
The El Paso Republican Party has been told to stop handing out copies of the Constitution and Declaration of Independence outside of naturalization ceremonies at the city’s Civic Center.
However, the local party chairman, Adolpho Telles, said Thursday that the group was planning to defy that order and continue distributing the materials this morning.
Paxton sold the girls short, the Chronicle says, on a multi-million dollar inheritance. The truth is that the two girls stood to inherit little more than a $100,000 life insurance policy and a pickup truck when a court appointed Paxton to represent them. Paxton turned that meager inheritance into a deal for two college funds and three-quarters of a million dollars.Read More →
To understand McRaven’s position that nobody is displaced by special admissions favors, think of the classic scene from Spinal Tap, where the guitarist insists his amps “go to 11.” The regular admissions class gets the dial to 10. If UT needs room for a few more, it just turns the dial up to 11.Read More →
“The evidence did not show any actual harm to clients” of Texas AG’s associate, judges find.Read More →
The University of Texas System has filed two lawsuits to keep anyone from learning what investigators found in a probe to get to the bottom of its corrupt admissions practices.Read More →