With emotions particularly high this year, Texans from both ends of the political spectrum are spending a lot of time demonizing each other. But are we really so different than our neighbors?
Comparatively higher levels of support among liberals for a constitutional convention might well reinforce conservative impulses to defend the status quo — the threat of liberal change could outweigh the promise of changes justified in the name of conservatism.
High-profile Texans are working the levers of our broken campaign finance system to the tune of millions of dollars in their race to the White House.
Our nation needs the political courage necessary to ensure America's borders are secured in a way that stops the drug traffickers, human smugglers, waves of illegal immigrants and, God forbid, terrorist infiltrators from taking advantage of this vulnerable situation.
The issues championed by the Texas Nationalist Movement may seem complementary to supporters of a convention of states, but they are not. This is an internal battle, a domestic struggle, over the political and economic destiny of Texas.
It is going to take more than just scientific studies and education campaigns — it is time Texas takes up the banner of safety by passing a distracted driving law that will cover the entire state.
My son Ryan was your typical, energetic, sweet five-year-old just before his diagnosis. But 10 months ago, he was diagnosed with a brain tumor.
It’s what happens when determination puts on its boots. It turns potential into resolve, “What if?” into “Let’s do this.”
Under the Department of Defense’s little-known 1033 Program, military gear is transferred to law enforcement agencies nationwide — and some of Texas' acquisitions raise eyebrows.