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Education Commissioner on Coronavirus: Schools ‘Relatively Safe’

During his presentation to the State Board of Education this week, Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath reported that transmission of the Chinese coronavirus...

Bovard: Twitter Has Too Much Power Over America, and It Needs To End

The dominant Big Tech companies’ power to control the access and availability of information was unmasked during the Donald Trump presidency. The full extent...

Will a County Judge Force Citizens to Fund a Project They Rejected?

Is a Texas county judge blatantly overriding the decision of local voters? Aransas County Judge Burt Mills is currently planning to force citizens in...

Coronavirus cases in Texas are soaring again. But this time Gov. Greg Abbott says no lockdown is coming.

Gov. Greg Abbott at a June press conference about the coronavirus. Abbott hasn't held...

Liberal Lawmaker Appeals to Austin Swamp to Help Drew Springer

The establishment in the Texas House of Representatives is working overtime to promote one of their own. State Rep. Drew Springer (R–Muenster) is currently...

County Clerk Settles With Local Republicans Over Poll Watcher Dispute

AUSTIN — Following an election where their party’s poll watchers claim to have been prohibited from performing their duties, the Travis County Republican Party...

New Bill Would Classify Gender Disfigurement as Child Abuse

If state lawmakers choose to pass a newly proposed law, Texas children may soon be protected from scarring gender disfigurement procedures. Last week, State...

Kaufman: Parental Pressure Forces School District COVID Policy Change

In a sudden about-face, a school district in North Texas changed its quarantine policy regarding students it designated as having “close contact” with a...

Elections Administrator Explains County’s Questionable Voter Turnout Report

When data from a county in North Texas showed far more people voted this Election Day in a precinct than were registered, an investigation...

City Council Considering Spending on Projects Voters Rejected

After Amarillo voters rejected a $275 million bond that would have funded the majority of a $319 million downtown spending package earlier this month,...

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Lauren Boebert's Opponent Is a Veterinarian Who Works in Wyoming and Claims Her Hospital Is Filled With COVID Patients

A couple of days ago, I posted on how Twitter has weaponized its “community standards” to shut down any form of resistance to the...

WATCH: One Year Ago, This Canadian Citizen Called It on Mask Mandates and Vaccines

It’s a Twitter kind of Saturday, but sometimes, they’re more enlightening than what gets posted there from Monday to Friday. Take this re-tweet from...

More Media Hit Jobs on DeSantis Fizzle out, Like Bottle Rockets in a Tropical Storm

It has gotten to the point that seeing the DeSantis name in a headline leads to ‘What did they get wrong THIS time?!’...

Survey Says Wyoming Republicans Prefer Death by Piranha to Voting for Cheney

In yet another episode of “Captain Obvious Declares Water Is Wet,” a recent survey has revealed that a significant majority of Wyoming Republican voters...

Must Watch: British Commentator's Monologue On the Nature Of Freedom Will Make You Stand Up and Cheer

I’ve never heard of Neil Oliver before today, but I am now following him on social media and I can count myself as a...
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