Austin-bashing is as old as the hills, but things have gotten a little out of hand.
A decidedly unscientific appraisal of why the hell they bother.
There’s something dishonest in the state’s bureaucratic approach to killing its own citizens.
Of the four major mass shooting suspects in Texas in recent years, the only one who it would impact is the man who wants to die as soon as possible.
What politicians like Matt Schaefer are really saying is that no number of victims is worth the discomfort of a fairly small number of gun owners.
The governor has apologized (sort of) for an ill-timed fundraising letter calling on supporters to ”defend” Texas from immigrants.
The community organizer is expected to make a play for millennials and young people of color.
In the event that millions lose their health insurance and protections for pre-existing conditions disappear, the state has no real backup plan.
Two Texas Democrats are calling on Republican attorney general Ken Paxton to sue the feds for reimbursement of border security costs. But legal experts think it’s a bad idea.
They called it the kumbaya session, but we still found plenty of scoundrels and statesmen.