n" style="transform: translate3d(0px, 0px, 0px);">Kenneth Starr said on Friday he is leaving his law professor post at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, months after being removed as president at the large Christian university for not...Show More Summary
Kenneth Starr said on Friday he is leaving his law professor post at Baylor University in Waco, Texas, months after being removed as president at the large Christian university for not taking sufficient action against sexual assaults. “Judge Ken Starr will be leaving his faculty status and...
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Fulltext is a long read, but you can browse through the article at Texas Monthly to see what it's like to live (or vacation) in the path of flash flooding.The river registered around five feet at nine p.m. But as the measurements arrived by satellite every 15 minutes, Lenz watched in shock as the river crested to heights he had never seen. Show More Summary
The Daily Beast’s Betsy Woodruff, Kirsten Powers from FOX News, Erica Grieder of Texas Monthly, and Chuck Johnson of GotNews... The post Kirsten Powers: Anti-Trump Operative Was AGGRESSIVELY Shopping Cruz Sex Scandal (VIDEO) appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Journalist John Morthland, a former associate editor of Rolling Stone and contributor to Texas Monthly and Creem, was found dead at home in Austin on Tuesday. The cause of death is currently unknown, according to Austin-American Statesman, which reported he had been in ill health in recent years and recently...
Serious business. Texans love a good food fight. Take, for example, Texas Monthly's 2013 proclamation that its list of the Lone Star State's 50 best barbecue spots is really a list of the world's best because "Texas barbecue has no peer...Show More Summary
Think you know Ted Cruz? Erica Grieder, writing in Texas Monthly, debunks some myths about the man who just won the Republican Iowa caucus.
TEXAS MONTHLY’S FIELD GUIDE TO TED CRUZ. Note this excerpt: I’m not ideological about intelligence. In my view, it comes in many forms and none of them have a moral valence. So when I say that Cruz is smarter than us, I don’t mean it to imply a value judgment or even a contrast with […]
“I know it may sound contrarian, but this is the position that he wants to be in.” — George P. Bush, quoted by Texas Monthly, on his father’s lagging presidential campaign.
A sampling of North Texas’s finest, shown on a doorstep in Dallas today. When my wife and I lived in Austin long ago, while she was a UT graduate student and I was working for the then-new Texas Monthly (and then-State Senator, now Congressman,...Show More Summary
David Codrea: Internet trolls have learned to exploit our over-militarized police. It’s a crime that’s hard to stop — and hard to prosecute Read the rest of it for context and the Dallas PD’s response. Texas Monthly also has a long article dedicated to preparations for open carry. Texas law enforcement has also been pretty […]
It’s always fun — and, I would argue, important — to mock ammosexuals as the blowhards and bigots they are. But their buffoonery still has real-world consequences. Christopher Hooks, in Texas Monthly: … The actual experience of mass murder, of course, is raw horror. It’s too intense for many people to contemplate for long, so […]
"Everything we do is about storytelling," Stout says. The cover of Texas Monthly's July 1992 issue features an portrait of then governor Ann Richards sitting on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. She's dressed head to toe white leather, her hair is coiffed in her signature gray bouffant, and she stares confidently at the camera. Show More Summary
In redefining the myth we're really redefining ourselves... Luis Jiménez,Texas Monthly, September 1998 The Luce Center is filled with all kinds of treasures and Model for "Fiesta" by Mexican-American artist Luis Jiménez is no exception. The General Services Administration (GSA)...
The reputation of Texas extends so far that its name is slang for "crazy" in Norway. Texas Monthly notes that the phrase "helt Texas" is routinely used by Norwegians to mean "completely crazy" or "chaotic." Norway's media has been including the phrase for everything from sporting events to a biologist finding a tropical swordfish in Norwegian waters. Show More Summary
The reputation of Texas extends so far beyond U.S. borders that it has become slang for “crazy” in Norway. Texas Monthly noted this week that the word “helt Texas” was being routinely used by Norwegians instead of “completely crazy” or “chaotic.” And...
Last year, Warner Bros. got hold of a story called American Wolf. That’s the film concept based on a book proposal from a Texas Monthly editor that tells the story of a hunter who accidentally kills an endangered wolf while on a trip in Yellowstone. Show More Summary
How do you leave Ed Mitchell off a list like this? Fox News is getting some serious flack for a recent guide to the country's "most influential pitmasters and BBQ personalities." Shortly after the list was published, Texas Monthly barbecue...Show More Summary