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Vanity Fair Fears 'Texas Witch Trials' Will Erase the Civil Rights Movement from History Books

Henry Rollins warns of a 'return to the dim-bulb cruelty and religious fascism' of the past.

Boy, Those 'Far Right' Texas Candidates Sure Are 'Hard-Line' and 'Divisive'

Reporter James McKinley Jr. wonders if the Republican candidates for Texas governor can get any more right wing than they already are: "Some days it is hard to be a neophyte far-right candidate in ...

Texas' Colt McCoy: 'I Always Give God the Glory

Longhorn quarterback expresses his Christian faith after a disappointing loss.

Shock: Even Conservative Texans Can Separate Personal From Political

Reporter James McKinley Jr. is surprised to find that "conservative" Texans will actually vote for openly gay candidates.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry Like 'George W. Bush on Steroids'

A charming image, courtesy of Times contributing writer Robert Draper, on Texas's Republican governor, Rick Perry: "...in his ostrich-skin cowboy boots with popcorn tumbling down his shirt while ...

Fort Hood Massacre Reveals Paper's Politically Correct Priorities

In its coverage of the Fort Hood massacre, the Times revealed its politically correct priorities: What do the killings mean for Obama's agenda and "the tensions Muslims can feel"? "The shootings ...

Austin, Texas Requires Green Audit for Real Estate or Face Criminal Charges

Local government of Austin 'green' ordinance requires mandatory $300 'clean energy audit' according to NBC affiliate; Non-compliance classified as Class C misdemeanor.

A Commercial for Adultery?

A dating service for married people claims it's not enabling cheaters. Their slogan, Life's short, have an affair, says otherwise.

Texas Legislature's "Archconservative Speaker" Ousted, Times Relieved

Thank goodness: In the Texas legislature, the "archconservative speaker" has been ousted in favor of a Republican "who has not toed the conservative line on issues like abortion and gay rights."

New York Times Bemoans Killer's Execution

In its zeal to oppose capital punishment, the Gray Lady suggests Texas should bow to 'international law.'
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