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STAAR Results Show State Schools Are Failing Texas Students

Newly released results of academic performance assessments show that state schools are failing Texas students. On Friday, the Texas Education Agency released the results of the 2024 STAAR test, the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, for students in...

Texas’ #1 Most Wanted Illegal Alien Captured

Following Gov. Greg Abbott’s release of a list of the top ten most wanted illegal aliens in Texas, another man from the list has been captured.   Department of Public Safety special agents from the Criminal Investigations Division arrested Victor Hugo Chox Gonzalez...

Is a Mystery Algorithm Revealing Texans’ Voting Choices?

When Texans vote, they expect transparent elections will not extend to violating the secrecy of their ballots. However, recent developments have brought this into question. During a Texas House Elections Committee hearing this week, lawmakers probed the Secretary of...

House Leadership’s New Pledge Ignores a Ban on Democrat Chairs

A group of House Republicans are attempting to steer the conversation away from ending Democrat chairmanships by instead signing onto a series of priorities that conspicuously omits a ban on the practice. This comes after 46 current and incoming members recently...

Texas Universities Publicly Support LGBT ‘Pride Month’

With June nearly half over, LGBT activists are continuing “Pride Month” celebrations—with numerous universities and sports teams taking part in supporting homosexuality and gender confusion.  “Love is love, y'all,” the Texas Longhorns posted on X yesterday. The post...

MS-13 Gang Leader Arrested in Texas

A leader in the transnational criminal gang MS-13 has been arrested in Texas after being on the run for more than three years. Cesar Humberto Lopez-Larios—a high-ranking leader in the MS-13 gang—was arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security...

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Analysis: The Gamblers’ Primary Wipeout

The Texas runoff elections were not kind to out-of-state gambling interests hoping to turn Texas into a pockmarked fluorescent wasteland. This result suggests that cash alone won’t be enough to overcome sound opposition to expanded gambling and, more broadly, that...