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2014/12/16 18:39
2014/12/16 18:39
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Cathy McMullen taps the brakes of her Toyota Prius after driving through a neighborhood of mostly one-story homes in Denton. “There,” she says, nodding toward a limestone wall shielding from view a...
2014/12/16 18:39
2014/12/16 18:39
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2014/12/14 09:02
2014/12/14 09:02
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It’s been a long time coming. Democrats, burdened with an identity-politics agenda, have racked up a long string of failures in the South. Now, with the resounding defeat last week of Sen. Mary...
2014/12/13 00:27
2014/12/13 00:27
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And now some fresh pickings from the Political Grapevine... The Past Is Coming Historians in Boston are getting a glimpse of the past after finding a time capsule left by our country's founding...
2014/12/12 09:49
2014/12/12 09:49
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THE Tour de France, which whizzed through the Yorkshire Dales this summer, was watched by 3.3 million people and generated around £102m for the county's economy, according to a new 64-page...
2014/12/11 21:20
2014/12/11 21:20
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The "Bum Steer" award (Rick Perry won in 2012) from Texas Monthly is a fitting end to a terrible, terrible, terrible campaign that left Davis, Texas and national Democrats wondering why they bet so...
2014/12/11 06:05
2014/12/11 06:05
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... courtesy of UT School of Law Barbara Hines has spent a lifetime fighting the good fight. Longtime clinical professor of law, and currently co-director of the Immigration Clinic at the UT-Austin...
2014/12/09 03:20
2014/12/09 03:20
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Democratic candidates trotted out the cliched “war on women” theme in the midterms. Advocates of abortion-on-demand worked to convince voters they had women’s interests at heart. It hasn’t worked in...
2014/12/08 15:54
2014/12/08 15:54
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Monday, December 8, 2014 - 8:17am Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune Along with his 20-point margin of victory, Gov.-elect Greg Abbott accomplished something on Election Day that many naysayers doubted...
2014/12/07 07:00
2014/12/07 07:00
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Nov. 24, 2009 Harry W. Horn, 71, of 754 Mifflin "X" Road, Bloosmburg, passed away Tuesday. He had been in the Veterans Hospital, Wilkes-Barre, for almost three weeks with pneumonia. Born in Hazleton...
2014/12/05 11:12
2014/12/05 11:12
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... hate to stereotype,” says architect Fiona Scott. “Male architects are often quite sensitive, artistic people and any suggestion that buildings designed by women are more curvy, tactile or colourful...
2014/12/03 23:45
2014/12/03 23:45
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Thomas Steyer, former head of the San Francisco-based hedge fund Farallon Capital, has given $20,753,000 to super PACs in the 2014 election. A staunch environmentalist, Steyer has donated $20,253,000...
2014/12/01 15:15
2014/12/01 15:15
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In this undated photo released by Girl Scouts of the USAGirl Scouts, Bria and Shirell practice selling cookies on one of two new digital platforms. It’s the first time Girls Scouts of the USA has...
2014/11/29 13:28
2014/11/29 13:28
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Line out the door to see Wendy Davis stand up for women's rights in Texas (Judd Legum/Twitter) The controversial abortion restriction bill due to be approved in the Texas Senate has been declared...
2014/11/28 15:42
2014/11/28 15:42
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Texas, a hothouse for Republicans, is a decidedly hostile environment for Democrats. If that was not obvious in the first readings of election results this month and in the continuation of the...
2014/11/28 12:48
2014/11/28 12:48
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Thanksgiving is a great time for writers to reckon with whatever we got wrong over the year – and to be grateful that in this day and age we get to write every day, and put mistakes behind us quickly....
2014/11/26 15:42
2014/11/26 15:42
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Op Ed by Battleground Texas Political Director Clifton Walker In the past few weeks, we've heard a lot from Republicans about what election night meant for Battleground Texas, and how this year’s...
2014/11/26 14:42
2014/11/26 14:42
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Did college students tilt the outcome of Denton’s vote to ban hydraulic fracturing? That question has stirred debate since the city – home to the University of North Texas and Texas Woman's...
2014/11/26 06:06
2014/11/26 06:06
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Illustration by Jason Stout Something has changed in education politics, and Robert Schneider has seen the shift. Twelve years ago, when he first ran for District 7 in the Austin Independent School...
2014/11/25 23:47
2014/11/25 23:47
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Though once a great hope for the Democratic Party, Wendy Davis may end up being best known as the person who lost to Texas governor-elect Greg Abbott in an election that reflected the national trend...
2014/11/25 18:47
2014/11/25 18:47
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The first-ever female ticket for Texas governor and lieutenant governor — Democratic state Sens. Wendy Davis of Fort Worth and Leticia Van de Putte of San Antonio — couldn’t win the Nov. 4...
2014/12/16 18:39
2014/12/16 18:39
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