George P. struggles in his reelection campaign, and George W. finds his approval rating soaring as Americans compare him to President Trump.
The short answer: Maybe, but it’s not likely to succeed.
Souvenez-vous de l’Alamo. アラモを覚えています. Erinnere mich an die Alamo.
Are we on the way to becoming Alabama?
In a major announcement today, that the Genesis singer/drummer revealed a bit of su-su-super news that his massive collection of Alamo memorabilia is coming home.
It might yet be the craziest thing he’s done for the Texas landmark.
Tejanos at the Alamo.
As the clock winds down on the primary, Patterson unloads on Patrick in the hope of taking the second spot
The situation in Fort Worth, in which a pregnant woman named Marlise Muñoz was brain dead and was carrying an abnormal fetus, is truly tragic for the family. It was revolting to see Dan Patrick try to exploit the situation to demand that Texas law be changed, following a decision
The debate among the Republican candidates for lieutenant governor was heavy on wedge issues but light on policy.
If 2014 is the year everything is supposed to change in Texas politics, why do the campaigns feel so irrelevant?
If someone handed me a flier that declared, "Get your guns & Head to San Antonio," I would probably get in my car and head for Dallas as fast as I could.
Most people seem to agree that Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst is a decent, reasonable fellow with good intentions. So why is he having to fight for his job?
I didn’t make the list of the Texas Tribune insiders, but I’m going to try to have my say about the survey on the lieutenant governor’s race nonetheless. First, I think Dewhurst’s 11 percent is too low. There are enough mainstream conservatives left in the Republican party that
For the first time since it was penned by commander William Barret Travis 177 years ago.
On a day that no other U.S. senator was willing to be interviewed on TV about gun rights, Rep. Louie Gohmert joined Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson in calling for more guns in schools.
The Austin American-Statesman reports that Jerry Patterson is considering building a desalination plant on GLO land in central Texas.
The New York Times profiled Jerry Patterson, the colorful and controversial Texas Land Commissioner.
Land Commisioner Jerry Patterson, former Galveston legislator A.R. Schwartz, and TEXAS MONTHLY's Paul Burka all blast the Texas Supreme Court for last week's ruling.
Proprietor of Buffalo Soldiers National Museum tells the Houston Chronicle it's “shameful” to compare them to Confederate veterans.
Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson today told the Senate Finance Committee that the management of the state’s Permanent School Fund is “dysfunctional” because responsibility is fractured among three entities: his office, the Texas Education Agency and the State Board of Education. “It’s not anyone’s fault. It’s just evolved that way,” Patterson
Sam Gwynne and the Texas land commissioner in Big Bend.
Jerry Patterson’s enemies make him out to be the Grinch who sold Christmas (Mountains, that is). Of course, he couldn’t give a &$%#.
Alternative energy, my friend, is blowing in the wind.