Don Huffines, Chad Prather, and Allen West had plenty to say about the governor’s failings—all in perfect unison.
The next party leader could continue to wage war on errant Republican elected officials or oversee a détente.
The outlandish conspiracy theory has made legions of believers into political activists. And the Texas GOP benefits from that.
He challenged a reporter to perform the calisthenics, then decided to do them himself.
Some Texans have long argued for leaving the Union. State representative Kyle Biedermann’s recent agitating about doing so is attracting an eager audience.
With state government more firmly in Republican hands, the next year will feature a return of the Republican civil war. Here are the skirmishes to watch for.
Texas GOP chairman Allen West is at war with the governor and in love with the camera.
The state’s minority party hasn’t had this big an opportunity to shake off its loser mentality in a long, long time.
When Texas Republicans gather for their biennial convention, it's usually an impressive show of force. This time, it was an embarrassment.