With Obama promising Democrats that he is not leaving Washington, but will fight to retain his legislation and legacy, it pays to know what that consists of.

Travis County, Texas, is suing State Attorney General Ken Paxton in order to avoid releasing election records sought in a Public Information Request

With the Dallas police and fireman's pension being massively underfunded, it's too bad that the people who made the promises many years ago can't also be called to account.

 

 

 

With about two dozen gun-related bills being filed ahead of next month’s 60-day legislative session scheduled to begin in Florida, the state continues to earn its nickname “The Gunshine State.”

While defending the New World Order on Sunday’s Meet The Press, Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) told host Chuck Todd that he is concerned that President Trump is “suppressing the free press” in what may be a move toward a dictatorship. He also attacked the president for expressing what McCain called “moral equivalency” where Russian President Vladimir Putin is concerned. McCain was careful to pull up short of actually calling President Trump a dictator-in-the-making, but his point was clear: Putin’s puppet is attacking the press to build a dictatorship.

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