Tuesday, May 21

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Candidates in the upcoming Republican primary runoff election have shared their opinions on President Joe Biden’s plans to enforce anti-gun measures. “Red flag laws,” for example, allow law enforcement to ask a court to temporarily take away firearms from someone who could potentially be a threat to themselves or others. Supporters of red flag laws argue […]

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As anti-Israel demonstrations sweep college campuses nationwide, legal constraints are preventing universities from meeting agitators’ demands to divest from Israel in Texas. Universities in the Lone Star State have seen their share of anti-Israel protests and encampments. Most notably, University of Texas campuses in Austin, Dallas, and Arlington have seen considerable activity, leading to the arrest […]

Inmates studying the culinary arts whipped up a Mexican-inspired menu for attendees of a renaming dedication ceremony at a Texas prison in Gatesville last week. The Mountain View Unit, a female prison housing up to 645 inmates, including those on death row, was renamed the Patrick L. O’Daniel Unit in honor of the former Texas […]

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and various other governors across the country are voicing their opposition to a legislative proposal that would relocate Air National Guard units engaged in space missions to the U.S. Space Force. Legislative Proposal 480 (LP 480) was submitted to the Senate Armed Services Committee by the U.S. Department of Defense as […]

Texas Congressman Wesley Hunt will headline a GOP fundraiser event for veterans in Iowa that includes a motorcycle ride and hog roast. The annual Roast and Ride fundraiser, hosted by Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), historically draws top presidential candidates to raise money for veterans. Hunt (R-TX), an Army veteran who served in Iraq as an […]

A routine vehicle stop in Fort Hancock on Monday turned into a high-speed chase and ended in the arrest of five individuals, including a Mexican citizen who is a known gang member. According to U.S. Border Patrol (USBP) Chief Jason Owens, agents attempted to stop a Range Rover on the evening of May 6. However, […]

Mitch Little, the Republican nominee for the Texas House, recently talked about his victory in the primary and the potential developments related to school choice and more in the upcoming legislative session. Little conversed with Brad Johnson from The Texan for an episode of the publication’s podcast this week. As detailed by The Dallas Express, Little surpassed state Rep. […]

Following Florida’s recent ban on the sale of lab-grown meat, Texas finds itself at a crossroads and is considering whether to follow suit. As previously reported by The Dallas Express, two food production companies, UPSIDE Foods and Good Meats, were granted federal approval to produce and sell lab-grown chicken products in California last year. They […]

AUSTIN — Hundreds of protesters against Israel gathered at the University of Texas at Austin on Sunday to request the university to withdraw from businesses linked to Israel. The protest came after two weeks of demonstrations that led to the arrest of over 130 anti-Israel protesters on UT Austin’s campus. The gathering was planned as […]

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