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.
Agriculture commissioner Todd Staples is showing new signs of life in his race for lieutenant governor.
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
After a few hardline moves in 2011, the Texas Republican Party may be returning to its moderate stance on immigration policy.
The Texas DPS just received $225,000 to put more cameras on private properties along the Mexican border.
Valley farmers posting videos to ProtectYourTexasBorder.com say there is increased violence in the area, but critics find the stats don't back up this claim.
Speculation is rampant that the Dew has set his sights on the U.S. Senate rather than run for reelection. Since Kay Bailey Hutchison’s seat will not be vacant until she resigns, probably in June, Dewhurst must hope that Perry appoints him to fill the vacancy. As everybody knows, they haven’t