BBQ News Roundup: Busting Brisket Myths, Obama Loves Texas Barbecue, and New Fort Worth Joints
Plus: the best steak that Aaron Franklin ever ate.
Plus: the best steak that Aaron Franklin ever ate.
As the congressman from El Paso and former U.S. Senate candidate departs the House, he expresses regret and pride about his effort at teaching America about the border.
The former president held a conversation with former Secretary of State James A. Baker III, with whom he found much common ground.
The move comes as immigrant apprehensions climb to levels not seen since the end of the Obama administration.
President Obama may be gone, but he’s not forgotten in the politics of Attorney General Ken Paxton.
Texas’s political leaders were up in arms about a federal land grab in North Texas, but mostly remain silent about another potential land grab in South Texas.
Presidents past and present, as well as leaders from across the political spectrum, mourn the death of the former first lady.
Presidents Obama and Bush, as well as former Texas governor Rick Perry, made the same decision several times before.
Immigrant advocates are concerned about the directive, which reverses an Obama-era policy.
”South By South Lawn,” or SXSL, takes place next month with Leonardo DiCaprio, the Lumineers, and the cast of Stranger Things.
Barack Obama released his summer playlist, and he’s into Gary Clark Jr. and Leon Bridges.
The President of the United States of America became the biggest headliner SXSW has ever seen.
We like the president less than the rest of the country, but the real showdown is over Blue Bell.
A partial defense of the conspiracy theorists
The debate over border security often is as much about political posturing as it is about policy.
The representative from Texas apologized for a tweet that said, “Even Adolph Hitler thought it more important than Obama to get to Paris.”
Some questions about Barack Obama's explanation for his executive action on immigration, announced last week.
On Thursday, the president said that Congress had left him no choice but to act alone. Conservatives can argue otherwise.
At his keynote speech at the Civil Rights Summit, the President honored LBJ's legacy on civil rights--but implied that he would try to advance it by other means.
I thought President Obama’s State of the Union address was pretty predictable. In past years he has used the speech to lay out what amounts to a laundry list of his programs for Democrats to use in the upcoming congressional elections. And that’s exactly what he did. What was not
He is on the verge of becoming a complete failure as president.
Yesterday Rick Perry called the Affordable Care Act, “a criminal act.” This is an example of why Perry will never be president. He has a mean streak a mile wide. Readers will recall that he attacked the Fed’s Bernanke in a menacing manner during a stump speech leading
Texas's capital was the first stop on the president's new "Middle Class Jobs & Opportunity Tour."
Central Texas was the first stop on President Obama's "Middle Class Jobs and Opportunity" tour.
Take it down, ordered U.S. House operations officers.
Or so said a Marine Band spokeswoman. Question is, does it even matter?
When citizens petitioned the White House to release their beer recipe, the WH responded in less than a month. Texas secession will take longer.
A petition calling for the Obama administration to let Texas secede from the United States had more than 95,000 signatures as of Wednesday morning.
Here are some of the different ways Texans are expressing their discontent with the reelection of President Barack Obama.
Connie Britton took to the pages of USA Today to criticize the Romney campaign for using the Friday Night Lights slogan "clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose."
...guess who would win.
With less than two weeks until the general election, signs in Lubbock and Beaumont have been defaced and stolen.
"Vote for the Mormon, Not the Muslim! The capitalist, not the communist!" reads the sign at Leakey's Church in the Valley.
UPDATE: Friday Night Lights author Buzz Bissinger and FNL TV producer Peter Berg have both joined the fray over Mitt Romney and "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts...Can't Lose."
Someone scrawled "Obama" in uppercase letters over the green highway sign that marks the location of the unincorporated community located southwest of Fort Worth.
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama have both attempted to claim coach Eric Taylor's "Clear Eyes, Full Hearts..." rallying cry as their own—and FNL author Buzz Bissinger has picked a side.
People part of the president's campaign email list received an invitation from the singer to spend an evening with her and the president—and to send in a campaign donation, natch.
A recent poll shows Romney has support from 55 percent of likely voters in Texas to Obama's 40 percent.
What people are saying about the San Antonio mayor's keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention.
The Texas Aggie Conservatives, a student organization well-versed in arousing political dialogue on A&M's campus, released a recruitment ad last month that some consider racist.
President Barack Obama made four fundraising stops in the Lone Star State on Tuesday, bringing in an expected haul of $4 million.
The governor discussed "Fast and Furious," the Texas DREAM Act, and his "vulture capitalist" critique of the Republican presidential nominee with CBS News's Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation.
George W. and Laura Bush return to Washington D.C. for a joke-filled unveiling of their official White House portrait.
Ted Nugent, the unrepentant hunter and right-wing activist, grabs the media's attention with his political rhetoric, landing appearances on the Texas Tribune and CBS This Morning.
The rocker sticks to his not-so-metaphorical guns, saying the reaction to his comments about President Obama make him like "a black Jew at a Nazi-Klan rally."
The Austin guitarist is part of an all-star blues jam at the White House.
In a Q&A with the Atlantic, Kentucky senator Rand Paul handicaps his father's presidential campaign and its larger impact on the Republican Party.
The rapper's Facebook wall blows up after he posts a pro-Ron Paul, pro-marijuana photo.
Yep. He's still running for president. Here's the latest news from the campaign trail.
The San Antonio paper weighs in now due to uncertainty over Texas primary date and spurns Congressman Ron Paul and Governor Rick Perry.