I had a spirited exchange today with Wall Stree Journal Editorial Board Member Mary Kissel about the administration’s plan to help homeowners in trouble with their mortgates.
An intense debate has broken out about Texas Education Commissioner Robert Scott’s contention that the tests taken by public school students are a “perversion” of the legislature’s original intent.
There has been a lot of speculation what Texas Congressman Ron Paul’s real goal is with what may very well be his last political campaign.
After three days of intense controversy, the Susan G. Komen foundation has reversed course and will continue to send grant money to Planned Parenthood in Texas and around the nation.
Ok, so I’m cribbin’ from the Texas Tribune with the headline, but here’s the full interview from this morning’s show on News 92 FM. We covered a wide range of issues from gay marriage to gun rights to why in the world he’d want to get into the rough and tumble sport of Texas politics.
Craig James, the former ESPN analyst and football star running for United States Senate from Texas, told me today that he’s against the gay marriage ban in the Lone Star State.
The decision by the Texas-based Susan G. Komen Foundation to cut off all funding/grants to Planned Parenthood lit up my Facebook and Twitter feeds like no story has recently.
The outgoing chairman of the Texas Senate Finance Committee, Steve Ogden, R-Bryan/College Station, says Republicans and Democrats alike need to come together in Austin to fix fundamental problems with the way schools are paid for in Texas.
Some say Gov. Perry did exactly what he needed to do to steady his campaign during last night’s debate in Las Vegas: He came out swingin’. If you missed the debate, here’s a re-cap in 100 seconds. After the throwdown in Vegas, I spoke with one of the co-authors of the forthcoming book about Gov. […]
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