Saturday December 04, 2021
Conservatives Seek To Make Criminal Justice Reform A Signature Issue
Since the 2008 Presidential Election, GOP and conservative candidates have been part of an uphill battle to win the respect and votes of their constituents who have turned toward the Democratic or independent parties.
Wendy Davis, Texas State Senator, To Announce Possible Gubernatorial Run Oct. 3
Sep 18, 2013 01:18 PM EDT
By Matt Tracy
Texas state senator and women's rights activists Wendy Davis will announce her future political plans on October 3
No Reelection Bid for Texas Gov. Rick Perry: Announcement Fuels 2016 Presidential Run Speculation
Jul 09, 2013 03:15 PM EDT
By I-Hsien Sherwood
Texas Governor Rick Perry announced on Monday that he would not seek reelection in 2014, spurring speculation that he will be focusing on another presidential run in 2016.
Texas Plumber Finds '500 Envelopes' Full of Cash, Checks at Joel Osteen’s Megachurch in Houston
Stepson of Jalisco Cartel Boss El Mencho Became One of U.S. Most Wanted Fugitives With $5 Million Bounty on His Head
Donald Trump Dismisses Claims That Former First Lady Melania Trump Refuses to Go Back to the White House if He Becomes President Again in 2024
Brian Laundrie's Parents Will Not Move Out of Their Florida Home, Family Lawyer Calls 'For Sale' Sign on Lawn a ‘Hoax'
Khloe Kardashian Posts Cryptic Message About ‘Negative Energy' as Her Ex Tristan Thompson Expecting Baby No. 3
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