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Dallas Police: No problems with open carry so far

The state of Texas finally legalized open carry of handguns on January 1, and contrary to predictions from the liberal left that Texas would be set ablaze in gunfire, things have been relatively quiet. In fact, police in the city of Dallas had yet to encounter any problems with the practice in the first week of 2016. According to a ... Read More »

Liberals are furious over ‘Arrow’ star Stephen Amell’s tweet

You know America’s politically-correct “outrage culture” has gotten out of hand when even a superhero cannot overcome it. On Wednesday, Stephen Amell, who plays DC Comics superhero The Arrow/Oliver Queen on the hit WB show “Arrow,” weighed in on the “Clock Boy” controversy, but not in the way people expected. Rather than expressing direct outrage over the treatment of Ahmed ... Read More »

Sacrilege! Liberals push barbecue restaurant ban in this Texas city

As a resident of the Lone Star State, when we say “Don’t Mess With Texas,” we mean it. And that includes the barbecue, son. Austin, Texas has long been the state’s only haven for liberals, hippies, and assorted left-wing nutjobs. Californians moving to Texas know there’s only one place they can live and not have their liberal stupidity laughed at. ... Read More »

Another day, another Democrat voting fraud scandal

Here is another inconvenient truth for those who say Voter ID laws are unnecessary because voter misconduct rarely happens: a Democratic official in Texas has admitted to voter fraud, in a case that Texas lawmakers cited when they passed the Voter ID law in 2012. Hazel Brionne Woodard, a Democratic precinct chair candidate in Fort Worth, Texas pled guilty to voting fraud ... Read More »

White cop caught on video throwing black teen to the ground

A white cop in McKinney, Texas is on suspension after being caught on video slamming a young black girl to the ground while breaking up a crowded pool party. According to TheBlackSphere.net, neighbors called 911 to complain about a large number of black teens congregating at a house for a pool party Friday evening. There was then a report of ... Read More »

Texas Hispanics Disturbed by Wendy Davis’ Filibuster Against Late-Term Abortion Ban

Embedded in the returns for last Tuesday's primary election in Texas is an interesting lesson on the difficulty of holding even a minority party's coalition together. State Sen. Wendy Davis achieved national renown for filibustering a bill prohibiting abortion after 20 weeks of pregnancy (a point at which many babies are viable outside the womb). She became a national heroine to many abortion rights supporters and attracted vast sums of out-of-state money, and those Democrats who have been hoping to “paint Texas blue” have seen her as a possible game-changer, even though in polls she runs behind Attorney General Greg Abbott...

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Debunking ‘Texas Miracle’ Debunkers On The Left

Economy: When not making excuses for President Obama's dismal economic record, liberals try to explain away Texas' stellar growth. But what choice do they have? The Lone Star State proves limited government works.

After Gov. Rick Perry entered the presidential primaries in 2011, the left made a determined effort to dismiss the fact that his state had outperformed the rest of the country...

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2014 Elections: Tea Party Takes Over Texas Primaries

Texans went to the polls on Tuesday in primary elections where the top candidates for governor were expected to post easy wins and favorites of the conservative Tea Party movement are trying to topple established Republicans in several races.

U.S. Senator John Cornyn, a Republican, will win his race easily, opinion polls show. Attorney General Greg Abbott, the leading Republican candidate for governor, and state Senator Wendy Davis, the top Democratic Party candidate, were also expected to win by wide margins...

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DISCRIMINATION: Man Sporting 2nd Amendment T-Shirt Kicked Out of Voting Booth

Election officials ejected a Texas man from a voting booth because he was wearing a Second Amendment t-shirt.

Chris Driskill was prevented from voting at the Waller County Courthouse on Tuesday after officials claimed he was violating Texas Election Code section 85.036, which states that “a person may not electioneer for or against any candidate, measure, or political party” in or within 100 feet of a voting location...

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