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‘Walk For Choice’ to rally at Texas Capitol tomorrow

Tomorrow, pro-lifers from across the state will be gathering at the Texas State Capitol building at noon for the first ever statewide “Walk for Choice” rally. This comes at a…

Good riddance, Hinojosa

Evidently promises mean little to Michael Hinojosa, Dallas’ soon-to-be-ex superintendent. “My name is off the market. Absloutely, my name is off the market, so please don’t call me,” he said…

Rawlings, Kunkle head into runoff for Dallas mayor

After a bitter battle, Mike Rawlings and David Kunkle are heading into a runoff to be the next mayor of Dallas, beating out Ron Natinksy, who came in third, and…

Editor of The Daily Beast, Newsweek on covering bin Laden’s death

It is no secret that The Daily Beast is my daily read. If you see me staring at my iPhone for long periods of time, I’m probably scrolling through their…

Thoughts on the passage of the campus carry bill

The Texas Senate passed the “campus carry” bill yesterday, and given that the House passed it as a stand-alone bill, I see no reason why it won’t become law in…

Obama: ‘Our job is not yet finished’

In an interview on 60 Minutes, Obama reminded the country that, though al Qaeda’s leader is gone, our job combatting terrorism is not yet finished. He stressed the importance of…

First GOP debate draws few big namers

Fox News may have made a big deal out of this debate, but most big Republican names chose to stay home. Of the four that showed up, only former Minnesota…

Q&A with former ambassador to Saudia Arabia on impact of Bin Laden’s death

In an effort to get first hand insight into the impact of the death of Osama Bin Laden, I reached out to Robert Jordan, the former ambassador to Saudi Arabia.…

Celebrations at Ground Zero, White House and Bush’s home in pictures

Breakout celebrations occurred at Ground Zero, in front of the White House and in front of George W. Bush’s Dallas home shortly after the announcement that U.S. forces killed Osama…