Republicans are dying at a much higher rate than Democrats.
The margins for 2024 are likely to be slim. But that hides a larger story.
He’s using a tool he denounced as cruel to deal with a humanitarian crisis.
A cruel and insidious ‘solution’ to the border problem.
A slim majority upheld an injunction, kicking the can down the road.
Despite their military trappings and propaganda, they’re seldom heroes.
Once again, today marks a day where folks who would never have supported Dr. King decide they should praise him
Resolving the legal issues will take time we don’t have.
The Catch-22 of passing a massive spending bill in an undemocratic system.
A new poll from Texas give us a chance to think about parties and nominations in the US.
A custody case out of Texas raises issues about how to react to and treat a child who identifies as a gender different from their biological sex.
Another day, another mass shooting and, as is becoming all too common in this country, this one appears to have been racially motivated.
Texas has become the latest state to eliminate red-light cameras amid increasing evidence that they are largely counterproductive.
With Pat Roberts retiring, Kansas Republicans are reportedly looking at Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to succeed him.
After initially saying no, Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke is now reopening the door to the idea of running for President.
Beto O’Rourke should consider running again in 2020, but not for President.
Beto O’Rourke isn’t eager to get Barack Obama’s endorsement, but there’s a good reason why.
While one must give the benefit of the doubt to Ted Cruz, the Senate race in Texas is getting very interesting.
Former President Bush has waded back into politics but don’t expect him to be campaigning for Ted Cruz.
A new poll shows Ted Cruz in a much tighter than expected race for re-election, but it’s going to take more to consider Texas a state that Democrats could pick up in the fall.
The Texas Senate race between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke is looking close, but Democrats should not hold out much hope of flipping this seat.
In what amounts to a significant, albeit not surprising, change in Catholic doctrine, Pope Francis has declared that the death penalty is unacceptable in all circumstances.
Local and federal authorities are investigating a spree of explosions terrorizing Austin, Texas.
The shooter in the Texas church shooting was apparently able to get his weapons because the Air Force failed to report his domestic violence conviction.
A big win for opponents of Voter ID laws.
A big setback for one of the most restrictive Voter ID Laws in the country.
On Tuesday, Ted Cruz’s campaign faces what amounts to a do-or-die battle in Texas.
Governor Abbott may claim he seeks to restore the constitutional order, but in fact his proposals have a lot in common with those who opposed the documents ratification in the first place.
A Federal Appeals Court has dealt a setback to Texas in the battle over its Voter ID Law.
The Attorney General of Texas is responding to the Supreme Court’s marriage ruling by telling Clerk’s who issue marriage license that they are free to ignore the law.
And some thoughts on how a small number of voters can influence major office-holder behavior.
There must be something odd in the water in the Lone Star State, because a bizarre conspiracy theory seems to have taken root there.
Texas has joined with 16 other states in a lawsuit against the Obama Administration over the President’s executive action on immigration. At first glance, it doesn’t appear to have much legal merit.