Border security was the battle cry of Texas politicians in 2014. Will the theme become “misplaced priorities” in 2016?
A couple of exchanges during debate in the Legislature this week are unlikely to find their way into etched stone.
Public Safety Director Steve McCraw has a history of seeing terrorists at the gate.
The debate over border security often is as much about political posturing as it is about policy.
Former Governor Rick Perry this morning told a gathering of conservatives that Middle Eastern dictators do not take President Obama seriously because he has not been willing to secure the Texas border.
In the bright new day of Governor Greg Abbott, Texas and her people are strong and getting stronger, but his State of the State address only polished the edges on some of the major challenges facing the state.
Some questions about Barack Obama's explanation for his executive action on immigration, announced last week.
Concerns over ISIS fighters crossing the border are more than misplaced
Ted Cruz is going all in against immigration reform. But would his win be our loss?
Already running gunboats on the Rio Grande, the Texas Department of Public Safety has now purchased a manned spy plane to police the border.