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The Democrats Escalate Their War On Free Speech
On Thursday, Harry Reid brought SJ Res 19, to repeal the heart of the First Amendment, to the Senate floor for a vote. The result must be considered stunning by all Americans who value their freedoms.
National Review Online
Williamson: Democrats' Push to Criminalize Dissent
Dissent is the lowest form of crime. If you are a drone in the hive of the Left, it is possible - easy, in fact - to believe both of those things at the same time.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Perry deserved indictment
Few sitting governors get indicted, so the indictment of Texas Governor Rick Perry - a 2016 presidential hopeful - naturally has been the subject of discussion and controversy. As you'd expect, Perry and his supporters immediately branded the charges as political.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
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Comcast Corporation Announces Promotions to Vice President and New Legal Regulatory Hire
Corporation today announced a series of corporate officer-level promotions and a new hire. Rudy N. Brioche, Lindsey Dickinson, David Don, Jordan Goldstein, and Sam Lancaster have all been promoted to Vice President, based in Washington, D.C., and Julie Laine has been hired as Vice President, based in Philadelphia, PA.
Ted Cruz Gets Booed Off Stage At Middle East Christian Event
Sen. Ted Cruz was booed off the stage at an event hosted by a Christian organization in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday night. The conservative firebrand delivered the keynote address at an event hosted by In Defense of Christians, an organization that raises awareness of persecuted Christian and minority communities in the Middle East.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Cruz beefs up campaign arm
The Texas senator's chief of staff, Chip Roy, a former top hand to Texas Gov. Rick Perry, is leaving his role as chief of staff and will play a larger role in Cruz's political office, according to an aide with knowledge of the changes. He will gradually transition from the congressional office to serve as a senior political adviser for Cruz.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Analysis: In Same Party, Not Always on Same Page
Gov. Rick Perry is shown with New Hampshire voters at the Defend Freedom Pork Roast in Rochester on Aug. 23, 2014. Texas Republicans seem preoccupied with purity these days, overrun with people who want to eradicate real and imagined apostates within the party.
Sat Sep 06, 2014
Block walking: back to the basics for the 2014 Election
That may be hard to believe in this 24/7 digital age, but sometimes it's best to just get back to the basics - at least for candidates hoping to get elected Nov. 4. That may be why a slew of candidates and their supporters in races ranging from Texas governor to justice of the peace are hitting the streets, going door-to-door in an effort to talk to voters, find out their top priorities and personally ask for votes. "Block walking is so important," said Cal Jillson, a political science professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Recent editorials from Texas newspapers
Once a target, always a target. And the Texas Public Integrity Unit is one heck of a bull's eye.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Ted Cruz's dad: African-Americans 'need to be educated' about minimum wage
A video published by Buzzfeed shows the Rev. Rafael Cruz encouraging members of the Western Williamson County Republican Club on Aug. 21 to purchase "Please Stop Helping Us: How Liberals Make It Harder for Blacks to Succeed" authored by Jason Riley, an African-American member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Republican Bigs Consider Donating to Hillary Clinton
Ms. Clinton is so appealing to Republican aristocrats, many of them will back her if Republicans won't nominate Bush.
The Common Ills
'We must protect the dam!' is soooo last week
NINA reports : The American army launched new raids on targets belonging to the Islamic State organization near Mosul Dam in northern Iraq.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Tom DeLay: Perry Campaign Possible Despite 'Political' Indictment
Former House Republican Leader Tom DeLay, who was targeted by the same Texas prosecutor's office that indicted Gov. Rick Perry earlier this month, said Sunday that it's still possible for Perry to mount a presidential campaign.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Meet the muscle behind the Mecum Auctions sale in Dallas
The sleek lines, gullwing doors and iconic Mercedes-Benz symbol on the 300SL were decades ahead of its time in 1955 and "still looks stunning today," said John Kraman , consignment director and television host for the Mecum Auctions.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Political disputes should not be resolved in court
Editor's Note: On Aug. 15, a Travis County grand jury indicted Gov. Rick Perry for abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public servant.
National Review Online
A Libel in Texas
As regular readers may have noticed, I am very fond of my home town but have a little bit of a love-hate relationship with my home-town newspaper, the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal , and I had to beat it up a bit in my last print piece .
Mike Pence's Koch advantage
If Mike Pence decides to run for president, he could enter the race with a big advantage from a very important place: Koch World.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Red Bluff Daily News
Matt Mackowiak: The persecution of Rick Perry
Amid all the political back and forth about the stunning, once-in-a-century indictment of our sitting governor, it is easy to forget that for James Richard Perry, Aug. 15 was a life-changing day.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Perry indictment is part of campaign of harassment against conservatives
The news of the indictment against Texas Governor Rick Perry on charges of abuse of official capacity and coercion of a public official surprised the country and shook up the early presidential race for 2016.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Drew Clark: Rick Perry on clear line between politics and crime
The Swallow-Shurtleff matter has led to soul-searching in Utah about curbing political corruption.