David Whitley, who had previously REFUSED to acknowledge the possibility of any mistakes in his report alleging voter fraud, is finally ground down into apologizing. Sort of.
A week ago, the Texas Secretary of State, who is appointed by the Governor, announced that 95,000 Texans who are registered to vote are not citizens. But there was a problem.
Texas State Rep. Tony Tinderholt's bill banning all abortions is so extreme even forced-birth zealots can't get behind it, but his reasons for banning it are even more bizarre.
"You are left negotiating in quicksand. You are going to be back where you were at the beginning of all the mess before Ann Coulter shot her mouth off," one reporter said.
Thirty-three miles of border wall to be built, smack dab through the National Butterfly Center. Perverse doesn't begin to describe this.
Fox's Brit Hume tells Chris Wallace that Republicans won't face a political fallout over the judges' ruling against the ACA in Texas because "there is no practical effect for the time being."
Brit Hume: Republicans Won't Pay Political Price For Texas ACA Ruling Because There's No 'Practical Effect'
Fox regular Brit Hume tells Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace that Republicans won't pay a political price for the recent ruling by a Texas judge that the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional, because there isn't going to be a "practical effect" from the ruling... for now, anyway.
Fox News' Shannon Bream helps Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton celebrate a federal judge's ruling that Obama is unconstitutional.
Open thread with Samantha Bee sending correspondents to Texas. (Not work safe.)
Bittersweet. Bitter, bitter sweet Beto O'Rourke speech after his loss to Ted Cruz. But also a 2020 opener. Guaranteed.
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