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Cowards in the Pulpit
Cowards in the Pulpit

If liberty is to die here, that death will have been preceded by whimpers of ecclesiastical acquiescence.

Hines: No Jab, No Job? No Thanks.
Hines: No Jab, No Job? No Thanks.

I could have made the decision to keep my career and my job, and to get the jab in order to protect both, but where will it end?

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Every year, $3.5 billion is put toward election spending. More than $5 billion is spent on St. Patrick’s Day celebrations.

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The Beto Barometer

The Beto Barometer

Beto O’Rourke represents a unique perspective of where Texas is politically, serving as a “barometer” that can measure its strengths and weaknesses in 2018.

Citizens Should Demand Real Results on Reforms

Not Just Rhetoric, But a Record

Perhaps no greater window into what side lawmakers stand on is how they voted in the special session called by Gov. Greg Abbott.

Citizens Should Demand Real Results on Reforms

The Citizens’ Choice is the Caucus Choice

Any Republican lawmaker who strikes another Straus-ian bargain, where his election as speaker relies on the support of Democrat lawmakers, will always be beholden to them.