Someone should probably tell Senator Cornyn Mussolini wasn't a Democratic socialist. Fascism is what he's supporting.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has been under indictment for 5 years for failing to register as a securities advisor. Now his wife is fixing it for him.
Yet another crooked Trump appointee is leaving town after squandering our tax dollars.
Here is a shining example of disappearing money in the guise of donor gifts for the Trump inaugural.
All the claims about El Paso? Did. Not. Happen.
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.
Trump is backed against his own wall, but he has to take all the credit. Oh, and Mexico isn't paying for it.
Alabama's state auditor was a little disturbed by Senator Sinema's thigh-high boots. Does he think those boots are made for anything but walking?
Jesse Lee Patterson (he's never heard of you either) has written a column about the floozies in Congress.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is asking us to comment on her awful sexual harassment regulations. Let's tell her how we really feel.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-PoutyLand) has laid a new requirement on the table: Dems may not call the wall racist because it hurts his feelings.
As difficult as it may be to believe, it seems to be true that our top guardian of the rule of law likely lied on his resumé.
Brett Kavanaugh gets away scot-free, and some call it justice.
Conservative economist Joe Sabia was due to testify against the $15 per hour minimum wage until someone dug up 20-year old homophobic blog posts. The only problem? Sabia is gay, and is in a long-term relationship.
Charity begins at home? Jerrell G. Altic embezzed nearly one million dollars, and all he has to show for it is his divinity degree.