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Texas State Legislator Wants To Make Religious-Based Discrimination Legal

It is my deep religious conviction that state Sen. Donna Campbell is a witch, and must not be suffered to live. Amen! Texas businesses would be allowed to fire LGBT employees and turn away LGBT customers under a new proposal issued Monday by state Sen. Show More Summary

It's A Bird! It's A Plane! No, It's Super-Ted Cruz!

Look, kids! It's SuperTed, here to save the nation from healthcare and other bad things. Right-wing homeschoolers everywhere must be so excited, especially in Texas where they can assign their little darlings art assignments to color...Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Wants to Shut Down the Internet Just Like He Shut Down the Government

It was not by coincidence that Texas Senator Ted Cruz came out against Net Neutrality almost immediately after President Obama made public comments in support of an open Internet. If Obama is for it, then Cruz must be against it. It's a predictable political move for an aspiring presidential candidate from the Tea Party. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Wants to Shut Down the Internet Just Like He Shut Down the Government

It was not by coincidence that Texas Senator Ted Cruz came out against Net Neutrality almost immediately after President Obama made public comments in support of an open Internet. If Obama is for it, then Cruz must be against it. It's a predictable political move for an aspiring presidential candidate from the Tea Party. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Wants to Shut Down the Internet Just Like He Shut Down the Government

It was not by coincidence that Texas Senator Ted Cruz came out against Net Neutrality almost immediately after President Obama made public comments in support of an open Internet. If Obama is for it, then Cruz must be against it. It's a predictable political move for an aspiring presidential candidate from the Tea Party. Show More Summary

NY Times Agrees with Senators Cruz and Lee: Lynch Must Answer About Executive Amnesty

HOUSTON, Texas – An article by the New York Times Editorial Board appears to agree with Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Mike Lee (R-UT) that Attorney General Nominee Loretta Lynch must answer about whether she approves of President Obama’s threatened executive amnesty. Show More Summary

SEC Seeks To Double $200 Million Damages Award Against Businessman Wyly

By Joseph Ax and Nate Raymond NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission will ask a federal judge to more than double the money Texas businessman Sam Wyly must pay from $200 million to $455 million for his involvement in an offshore fraud scheme, a lawyer for Wyly said on Friday. Show More Summary

Auburn Football: Tigers Must Get Their Defensive Edge Back vs. Texas A&M

AUBURN, Ala. — Calling Auburn's 38-23 loss to Mississippi State last month a turning point for the 2014 season is definitely an understatement. The Tigers were plagued by offensive inconsistency and another slow start away from homeShow More Summary

Texas Football: Longhorns' Home-Field Struggles Must Change

The final three-game stretch of the Texas Longhorns' season features two home games. This would seem like a favorable schedule for most football teams, but when it comes to the Longhorns, playing at home has not always equaled home-field...Show More Summary

Louie Gohmert Offers Constructive Criticism to Republicans Following Election

Following Tuesday's elections, during which Republicans secured control of both the House and Senate, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert is left feeling blessed but concerned. He stressed that moving forward, Republicans must do a better job earning the respect of their constituents. Show More Summary

Abortion can still be a winning issue for the GOP

As an anti-abortion conservative, I must confess to some schadenfreude over the fate of Democrat Wendy Davis. Davis, who made her name filibustering abortion restrictions last year, didn't just lose the Texas gubernatorial race. She was humiliated. Show More Summary

Texas Roses Must Be 'on' Year Round to Make the Cut

It’s late autumn, and most of the blossom-laden plants that colored summer are fading. But seasonal changes offer no excuse for roses in experimental plots around Texas. They had better be loaded with colorful, fragrant autumn blooms and healthy green foliage if they ever expect to be planted in someone’s yard.

Watch Out for That Cliff: The Urgency of Driving Sustainability in Business

“We must have a sense of urgency,” Brad Tomm, senior manager of campus operations and sustainability at Zappos, said during a HP Living Progress Exchange (LPX) discussion forum at the recent SXSW Eco conference in Austin, Texas. “We cannot merely slow down. We must steer completely away from the cliff.”

HomeKit wireless chips begin shipping to device manufacturers

Both Texas Instruments and Broadcom have begun shipping their WiFi and Bluetooth chips to device manufacturers who want to partake in Apple's HomeKit program for home automation. Part of HomeKit's requirements is that devices must ship...Show More Summary

Barber: Lesbian Extremist Mayor Must Go

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

"Should we make an example of her? Absolutely. I was born in Waco, Texas, and lived in Houston, so I’ve got a dog in this hunt. Really, we all do. Houston Mayor Annise Parker has disqualified herself from the privilege of serving the people of south Texas. Show More Summary

How Texas Longhorns Must Use Texas Tech Win to Build Momentum for Final Stretch

LUBBOCK, Texas — The Texas Longhorns may not have put up 82 points against Texas Tech, but Saturday's 34-13 win in Lubbock has given the team a much-needed confidence boost before it prepares for the tough road ahead. The Longhorns had...Show More Summary

Texas A&M Recruiting: 2015 Recruits Aggies Must Land to Help Change Program

The Texas A&M football team needs an influx of talent from its 2015 recruiting class to help turn its program around. The Aggies have some personnel issues that need to be addressed in order to compete for a championship in 2015. The...Show More Summary

Déjà 2: Keselowski Must Win At Texas or Phoenix

Less than two weeks ago, Brad Keselowski was the talk of the NASCAR world after he pulled out an improbable victory in a “win or go home” situation at Talladega that propelled him into the Eliminator Round of the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. Going into Sunday’s AAA Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway (3 p.m. [...]

Texas Football: Game-by-Game Predictions for the Month of November

It's crunch time for the Texas Longhorns, who must win three of their four November games to become bowl eligible. They might get close, but we've seen enough of this group to know that Charlie Strong's team will lose at least two against...Show More Summary

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