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Lambda Legal: TX Governor-elect Greg Abbott Must Stop 'Horrific Violence and Sexual Abuse' Affecting LGBT Prisoners

last weekLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

When transgender inmate Passion Star appealed to Texas prison officials to protect her from a gang member who said he owned her, they responded by moving her even closer to the inmate. The next morning, the gang member attacked Star...

Morning Must Reads: December 19

Exclusive: Ted Cruz on Why Cuba’s Leaders Can’t Be Trusted Texas Senator Ted Cruz, writing for TIME, shares his family’s experience with the Castro regime, and argues that Congress should reject President Obama’s new Cuba policy. “[The Castros] are evil, and we cannot make a deal with an evil regime,” he writes 8 Children Found…

Texas Judge Rules State Must Reveal Lethal Injection Drug Supplier

last weekNews : Reason

A district judge in Texas ruled last week that he state must disclose the pharmacy that supplies it with lethal injection drugs because that information is public. It shouldn’t be a surprising ruling. From whom the government makes its...Show More Summary

Adjustments Texas A&M Must Make to Have Successful 2015 Season

Texas A&M struggled down the stretch in 2014, but the Aggies have much to look forward to next season. Quarterback Kyle Allen showed promise but will need help to compete in the difficult SEC West. Bleacher Report College Football Analysts...Show More Summary

Texas Football: What Longhorns Must Do to Prepare for Arkansas

Year one of Charlie Strong's career in Austin has not been an easy road traveled. The head coach removed nine players from the program for violating his rules, faced a tough non-conference schedule—which ultimately led to Texas starting...Show More Summary

Texas Football: What Tyrone Swoopes Must Work on Before Longhorns Bowl Game

Thanksgiving night may have been the last time Texas quarterback Tyrone Swoopes starts a game at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium. The Longhorns were coming off of a three-game winning streak and Swoopes' season-high performance against Oklahoma State before TCU came to Austin. Show More Summary

Gohmert: US Must Secure Border Before Considering Amnesty

Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert made a strong appeal to defund President Obama's "unconstitutional amnesty." Speaking to a crowd on Wednesday, Gohmert said the the U.S. must learn from history. "History has happened, and we either learn from it or repeat it," Gohmert said. Show More Summary

Slow defensive starts for Cowboys must stop against Bears

IRVING, Texas -- Only the Oakland Raiders have allowed more points on the first possession of a game than the 41 allowed by the Dallas Cowboys. No team has allowed more than the five first-possession touchdowns the Cowboys have allowed. This...Show More Summary

Texas’ deranged “justice”: Why a planned execution will tarnish SCOTUS’ moral legitimacy

Texas wants to put Scott Panetti, a schizophrenic man, to death. Here's why the Supreme Court must not let them

Texas A&M Football: Criteria Aggies' Next Defensive Coordinator Must Meet

The Texas A&M football team had a disappointing 7-5 record in 2014. As a result of continued struggles on the defensive side of the ball, defensive coordinator Mark Snyder was let go, per Jerry Hinnen of CBS Sports. Aggie head coachShow More Summary

Charlie Strong Must Rethink Texas QB Situation After Tyrone Swoopes' Game vs TCU

AUSTIN, Texas—The Texas Longhorns had the opportunity to finish November undefeated, but fell 38 points short to No. 5 TCU on Thanksgiving. The 48-10 loss looks bad on paper, but the bigger issue for Texas was the regression of quarterback...Show More Summary

Cowboys must seize this December opportunity

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys remain an 8-8 team until they prove otherwise. That might seem like a slap in the face of a team that won six straight games after a Week 1 loss and sat down to Thanksgiving dinner with an 8-4 record despite being on the wrong end of a 33-10 rout by their NFC East rival Philadelphia Eagles. Show More Summary

Cowboys Defense Challenged to Defend Eagles' Uptempo Offense in Short Week

IRVING, Texas — You can never have enough time to prepare for the Philadelphia Eagles and coach Chip Kelly’s uptempo, no-huddle offense. But what the Dallas Cowboys (8-3) are facing this week borders on the impossible. They must getShow More Summary

Blame Congress for Enabling Obama's Unilateral Executive Actions

last monthNews : Reason

Writing at the Los Angeles Times, South Texas College of Law at Houston professor Josh Blackman argues that any analysis of President Barack Obama's unilateral executive action on immigration must begin with the fact that "Congress shares...Show More Summary

Texas Football: 5 Things the Longhorns Must Do to Upset TCU

Thanksgiving night, the Texas Longhorns will host the No. 6 TCU Horned Frogs looking to record their second big upset in three games, and it will take everything they have. The Horned Frogs come into this game averaging 45.9 points per...Show More Summary

Publishers Remove Climate Change Denialism From Texas Schoolbooks

I just got this press release for the Texas Freedom Nettwork, passing the good news on to you: PUBLISHERS REMOVE CLIMATE CHANGE DENIALISM FROM TEXAS TEXTBOOKS; PUT EDUCATION AHEAD OF POLITICS Texas State Board of Education must still vote on adopting the revised textbooks FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 17, 2014 Publishers have agreed to correct…

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

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