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  • Cruz is too right wing
    Most Americans are not 'conservative elitists' like Ted Cruz
    Ted Cruz and the like are raging in reaction to the Supreme Court decision on same sex marriage, Obamacare, Fair Housing, and more. Cruz even questioned whether the court should exist at all in its present form. Maybe justices should serve as a...
  • Cat shooting
    Animal group probing lack of charges in cat shooting
    A national animal advocacy group plans to investigate how Texas prosecutors handled a highly publicized cat shooting that led to no charges being filed against the veterinarian accused of the killing.The Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) said June...
  • Paxton
    Texas attorney general says county clerks can refuse gay marriage licenses
    In an opinion issued Sunday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said county clerks can refuse to issue marriage licenses to gay couples if they have a religious objection to gay marriage. He announced the opinion on Twitter in a series of tweets....
  • Greg Abbott signs bill establishing gold bullion depository in Texas
    Greg Abbott signs bill to bring $1 billion in gold reserves to Texas
    Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a historic bill recently allowing the State to bring $1 billion in gold bullion to the Lone Star State, according to a recent article in Breitbart News. Abbott, who is the first governor born in Wichita Falls,...
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    Experience WWII themes in Fredericksburg, Texas
    A drive to Fredericksburg, Texasis one to remember as it takes you back in time to the days of WWII. The town reverently remembers the U.S. role in World War II. From the WWII-themed Hangar Hotel, Airport Diner and the static display of a DC-3 at...
  • Texas Supreme Court rules against the government in favor of entrepreneurs
    Texas Supreme Court rules against the government in favor of entrepreneurs
    Today, June 26, 2015, the Supreme Court of Texas ruled in favor of five eyebrow threaders and against a state agency that wanted to lock them out of their jobs with expensive and irrelevant licensing requirements. The Court ruled 6 to 3 that the...
  • Lake Texoma vortex is so huge it could swallow a small boat
    Lake Texoma vortex is mesmerizing hole of swirling water that can suck in a boat
    A vortex in a Texas Lake looks like something you might see when you pull the drain plug on a sink with unbelievably good plumbing and it starts sucking down the water at a fast rate of speed. But this vortex is not found in a sink or as the...
  • Cat shooting
    Veterinarian won’t be charged in cat shooting
    A Texas veterinarian accused of shooting a cat to death with a bow and arrow will not face charges because a grand jury concluded there was “insufficient proof” she had committed a crime, a local prosecutor's officeannounced June...
  • Toyota Unveils Campus Design for New North American Headquarters
    Toyota Unveils Campus Design for New North American Headquarters
    Company Marks Latest ‘One Toyota’ Milestone with Launch of Transcontinental ‘Ever-Better Expedition’ to Inspire Team Members and Future InnovationsPLANO, Texas, June 24, 2015The biggest news for the DFW Metroplex, regarding...
  • Health authorities announce cyclospora outbreak in Texas.
    State of Texas warns of Cyclospora outbreak
    The Texas Department of State Health Services has issued a health advisory, due to an outbreak of cyclospora infection in the state of Texas.According to the advisory, 42 cases of the disease have been reported to the agency, and they recommend...
  • Ted Cruz and Rick Perry
    Is Vladimir Putin plotting to split Texas from the Union?
    Is there a Russian plot to split Texas from the Union, thus facilitating the breakup of the United States in revenge for the 1991 breakup of the Soviet Union? Casey Michel, writing for Political on Monday, seems to think that might be the case....
  • College football odds for teams to win the Big 12 in 2015
    College Football odds for teams to win the Big 12 in 2015
    Here is a list of the preseason odds for college football teams to win the Big 12 in 2015. The 2014 season was a mixed bag for the Big 12. While TCU clobbered an SEC team in their bowl game and showed they deserved better, the Big 12 overall went...
  • Ex-Tropical Storm Bill rainfall for 24 hours ending early on Jun. 20, 2015
    Ex-Tropical Storm Bill keeps on keeping on
    The ghost of Tropical Storm Bill won’t quit. After quickly spinning up into a moderately strong tropical storm on Jun. 16, Bill came ashore (i.e., landfalled) on the Texas coast and quickly weakened. However, his circulation has plodded...
  • BB's Cafe
    Plan Ahead, Houston, Texas: Spicy and Hot-BB’s Cafe for Father’s Day 2015
    Father’s Day, in Houston, Texas, is tomorrow and there are hundreds of delicious, full plates to be delivered to the table. Texas and Louisiana do have certain events in common--Father’s Day and the love of seafood. Practically, spicy...
  • gay marriage rally
    Texas Supreme Court upholds decision for a same-sex couple's divorce
    Despite the fact that the state has a ban on same-sex marriage, the Texas Supreme Court upheld the divorce of a same-sex couple, which was granted by a lower court in 2010. The 5-3 decision ruled against the state of Texas, which argued that the...
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