Last week, surprise poll results reveal that Texans questioned about Jade Helm, the military exercises to be conducted in Texas beginning next month, don't trust the government.
In Texas, we’ve affectionately dubbed the state’s biennial legislative meeting the “Lege.” But by Lege’s end, one group wasn’t feeling the love. A highly contentious issue over, of all things, the U.S. Constitution was responsible.
Two Texas counties, Victoria and Goliad, originally scheduled as two of the sites for the massive Jade Helm 15 military training exercises across the Southwest this summer, will no longer host the operations.
Texas State Representative David Simpson filed a bill to repeal civil asset forfeiture, and protect the property of innocent third parties, joining New Mexico in an effort to prohibit forfeiture until a conviction is obtained.
Texas factions seek UN World Heritage Site designation for the Alamo, and a lawmaker files bill to protect Alamo from designation.
Texas State Representative David Simpson files bill to help legislators block unconstitutional acts, and Interpose for Texans.
The only completed section of the Trans Texas Corridor (TTC) — funded with a Public Private Partnership (PPP) — has experienced ongoing financial trouble in 2014, with no sign of a let-up.
Sean Parnell's new book, The Self-Pay Patient, explains how to find affordable care outside conventional insurance, and how to opt out of ObamaCare.
In its opening weekend, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey’s new Son of God film topped $26.5 million, to mixed reviews.
The CVS Caremark drugstore chain announced it will discontinue tobacco sales later this year — a decision praised by President Obama as advancing his anti-smoking agenda.