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Latin America: Economic experts and environmental analysts warned that Latin American and Caribbean states must lower water consumption for agricultural needs in order to ensure water security throughout the region. U.S.: A Texas court...Show More Summary

Houston Voters Must Say ‘Yes’ To LGBT Protections, Not ‘No’ To Repealing Them

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For the second time in less than a month, the Texas Supreme Court ruled against the city of Houston on Wednesday in a lawsuit related to its Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO). The court on Thursday struck down the city’s approved ballot language fo… The post Houston Voters Must Say ‘Yes’ To LGBT Protections, Not ‘No’ To Repealing Them appeared first on Towleroad.

Texas Ordered to Pay $1M in Legal Fees in Voting Rights Case”

NLJ: Texas must pay more than $1 million in legal fees to groups that challenged the state’s redistricting plans, a federal appeals court in Washington ruled on Tuesday. Texas forfeited any opposition to fees when it failed to make substantive … Continue reading ?

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK: "Black Twitter" Is The Best Platform To Measure The Level Of COLONIZATION Of The Americanized Negro: "Blacks For Open Carry Protest In Texas For Sandra Bland"

Countercurrent News: Black Open Carry Protest For Sandra Bland Shuts Down The Police THE INTELLECTUAL STD: (SPACE/TIME DISTORTION) A COLONIZED NEGRO IS LESS INTERESTED IN THINKING ABOUT "WHO MUST CONTROL IF MY REAL GOAL WAS TO KEEP THE...Show More Summary

From Arraignment to Marital Arrangement—A Texas Youth’s Strange Day in Court

Josten Bundy, 21, must write a Biblical verse twenty-five times daily for the next two years as part of his probation. Oh yeah, and he had to get married as well. The post From Arraignment to Marital Arrangement—A Texas Youth’s Strange Day in Court appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Texas Judge Tells Teen He Must Marry His Girlfriend or Go To Jail

A Texas judge has ordered a 19-year-old to marry his girlfriend within 30 days, get counseling and write out bible verses, or go to jail after an altercation with the woman’s ex-boyfriend.

Texas Judge Orders Man to Marry His Girlfriend or Go to Jail

A judge must have been thinking about his future as an internet celebrity when he gave a man a very difficult choice: either marry his girlfriend or go to jail for hitting her ex. “Is she worth it?” Judge Randall Rogers asked the reluctant groom before letting him know that it was either forced matrimonial bliss or 15 days in the big house. Read more...

Conservative TCU Student Suspended for Tweets on ISIS and Hoodrats

He spoke his mind. Now he must be punished. Texas Christian University suspended Harry Vincent after the student after he... The post Conservative TCU Student Suspended for Tweets on ISIS and Hoodrats appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.

A Major Victory for Religious Freedom in Texas | Radio

The Texas Supreme Court ruled that a sexual orientation and gender identity ordinance in Houston must be repealed or put on the ballot in November. Jonathan Saenz with Texas Values worked to stop the policy.

-Texas Supreme Court: Houston Must Put Controversial ‘Transgender Bathroom’ Bill Up for Vote.

The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that the City of Houston must put the controversial LGBT rights ‘transgender bathroom’ bill up for a vote by the people or repeal the ordinance. Meanwhile the court suspended the law. Here’s the report from the Christian Post: … Houston’s controversial equal rights ordinance, known as HERO, will appear […]

Gallery of the Day: July 27, 2015

slnorwood shares a photo from her Texas Hill Country wedding, complete with her dog! Keep on loading your inspirational wedding pics to the Weddingbee Gallery to see them featured here on the blog! Remember, your images must be under 1MB … read more

Texas Supreme Court Tells Houston: Repeal Gay Rights Ordinance or Put It to Vote

There is now near certainty that Houston's controversial equal rights ordinance, known as HERO, will appear on the November ballot, as Texas Supreme Court has suspended it, ruling that City Council must repeal it by August 24 or put it to popular vote.

Texas Supreme Court rules Houston must repeal its pro-LGBT ordinance or put it to popular vote

Texas Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore The Texas Supreme Court Friday overturned the ruling of a district state court and said opponents of the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO) had gathered enough signatures to put it on the...Show More Summary

Texas Supreme Court Rules Houston LGBT Rights Ordinance Must Be Put to a Vote—or Repealed

In a startling and dubious ruling on Friday, the Texas Supreme Court held that Houston’s LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance must be put to a popular vote—or repealed. The decision effectively revives the vitriolic, acrimonious campaign against the ordinance. Show More Summary

BREAKING: Texas Supreme Court Rules Houston Must Repeal LGBT Rights Law Or Place It To Public Ballot

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Via the Houston Chronicle: The Texas Supreme Court ruled Friday that Houston City Council must repeal the city's equal rights ordinance or place it on the November ballot. The ruling comes three months after a state district judge ruled...Show More Summary

Rick Perry: Donald Trump’s campaign ‘a barking carnival act’ and ‘a cancer on conservatism’

Former Texas governor Rick Perry on Wednesday took his critique of Donald Trump from blistering to thermonuclear. “Let no one be mistaken – Donald Trump’s candidacy is a cancer on conservatism, and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discarded,” he said at an event at the Willard Hotel in Washington. “…He offers a barking […]

Activist’s Death Behind Bars Must Be Probed as Murder, Prosecutor Says

While the death of activist Sandra Bland in police custody was initially ruled a suicide, a Texas prosecutor has vowed to investigate it as thoroughly as a murder would be, as there are still many unanswered questions.

Texas Now Casting ‘The Incident’ and Upcoming Auditions

Talent is currently being sought for the comedy web series “The Incident.” “The Incident,” is about employees who must deal with an over the top, very demanding boss at work. Several roles are being cast for this production, and auditions will be held July 29 in San Antonio, Texas. Show More Summary

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