(Rice University) As one of the states with the least restrictive vaccine exemption laws in the country, Texas should make the process of obtaining nonmedical exemptions more rigorous to avoid the public health risks and costs associated with preventable diseases, according to a new brief by science policy experts at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy.
The Director of the Dallas Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR), Mustafa Carroll, made an eye-opening statement in 2015 in Austin, Texas at a rally. He was currently doing battle
Following up on my previous posts (links below): Houston Chronicle, UH Wins Temporary Injunction in Legal Battle Against Rival Law College: A federal judge ruled Friday that South Texas College of Law must stop using its new name - displayed on prominent billboards around town - until it resolves a...
It's now or never for the Boston Red Sox and the Texas Rangers. Both teams are down 0-2 in their respective playoff series against the Cleveland Indians and Toronto Blue Jays, and they must come up with wins Sunday if they are to remain...Show More Summary
Before the case can be made that an extraordinary college football coach should lose his job, one must first come terms with the reality that this profession is unjust and unforgiving. That, more than anything, is why Charlie Strong will likely not be given the appropriate time to see his extensive rebuild through. Show More Summary
Apple lost a patent-infringement lawsuit last Friday that will cost the company $302 million, and that is just the beginning. A federal jury in Tyler, Texas, ruled that Apple must pay damages to VirnetX, a company that specializes in virtual private networks (VPN), for violating two of its patents. Show More Summary
Remember when “Texas defense” wasn’t a contradiction in terms? Remember when a win over Notre Dame was a program-turning statement? Both those things must seem a lifetime ago to Longhorns fans, and remember, that double-overtime win over Notre Dame took place less than a month ago. A month and...
AUSTIN – The “Texas campaign launch” for Evan McMullin, an independent presidential candidate who is not on the ballot – he must be written in – was held in the vinage room of a wine bar near the city’s convention center. Badge-holders from the Texas Tribune Festival had trekked downtown, joining some intrigued local activists […]
After taking in more refugees over the past 12 months than any other state in the U.S., Texas is threatening to exit the federal refugee program, effective 9/30/16, unless the Obama administration agrees to new security measures intended to protect Texas citizens. Show More Summary
“Empathy must be balanced with security," The post Governor Greg Abbott Threatens to Bring the Hammer Down On Federal Refugee Program In Texas appeared first on RedState.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Monday renewed calls for increasing restrictions on who can enter the country, saying in a statement that a spate of terror attacks on US soil over the weekend indicated “we are moving into a new phase” in theShow More Summary
When a Texas abortion advocate addressed University of Texas Law students this week, she told them to support abortion as more than just “a right.” Amanda Williams, executive director of the Lilith Fund, which gives money to women to help them get abortions, spoke at a “reproductive justice” seminar at the law school on Tuesday, […]
Well, with Labor Day weekend in the rearview mirror and only 64 days until elections, polls and the pundits are all over the place. Our own Joe Gandelman discussed some of the polls here. But in order to see how fluid and confused the polls and the pollsters are, respectively, one just needs to take [...]Show More Summary
By Anne Dachel The only good thing about Texas Monthly is that it's NOT Texas Weekly or Texas Daily. Other than that, it's a rag. Leif Reigstad must have been given his assignment like this: "We need a piece discrediting...
Live updates: UCLA vs. Texas A&M Sept. 3, 2016, 11:57 a.m. College football is back. Today, UCLA opens their season with a trip to College Station, Texas to face Texas A&M; at 12:30 p.m. (CBS).Stick around for live updates and commentary throughout the game from Times Deputy Sports Editor Mike...
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In cracking what must be one of the coldest cases of all time, scientists at the University of Texas claim to have figured out what killed “Lucy,” the iconic human ancestral specimen who lived and died more than 3 million years ago. In...Show More Summary
Pac-12 Conference Commissioner Larry Scott recently ticked off a list of national powers, including Alabama, Texas A&M and Notre Dame, as evidence that his conference constituents would take on all comers in an effort to get back into the College Football Playoff. Sometimes it’s Northwestern that...
While many professors and students worry that guns in classrooms will frighten people and discourage free expression, supporters of a new state law counter that the right to bear arms must not be restricted.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump held a HUGE rally in Austin, Texas this evening, his second event of the week. This post Trump Holds HUGE Rally in Austin, TX 8/23/16 ~ MUST SEE VIDEO appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.