The Texas Supreme Court argued that "The legislative power reserved to the people of Houston is not being honored."
The FBI is monitoring the investigation of a fire that caused 100,000 dollars worth of damage at the Quba Islamic Institute on Friday.
We are told angels will guard the site of Jindal's prayer rally and turn it into a "no-go zone for demons in the name of Jesus."
Angela Box, a third-grade teacher of mostly minority children in Houston, has resigned and will receive three months' pay after she made controversial and bigoted remarks in November about Muslims and President Obama.
It may have been Democrat Howard Dean who said not long ago that if given a choice between voting for a Republican, or a Republican-lite, voters of both parties will always opt for the real Republican; because they cannot trust a Democrat pandering for votes as a Republican. It is a lesson Senator Mary Landrieu, and soon-to-be-former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, would do well to heed.
As we get closer to the mid-term election, we long for the times when preparing to vote was a matter of volunteering for a voter registration drive, working for a candidate's campaign, familiarizing ourselves with the issues.
The Houston chapter of Open Carry Texas, a gun rights advocacy group, postponed an event that was scheduled for this past Sunday where their members were going to walk through the streets of the Fifth Ward in Houston openly carrying assault rifles and handguns.
Houston Mayor Annise Parker married her 23-year partner Kathy Hubbard, Thursday evening in a private ceremony in Palm Springs, California. The two women chose the 23rd anniversary of their relationship together as the wedding date. Reverend Paul Fromberg, rector of St. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco, and a former rector for Houston’s St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church, presided over the wedding ceremony.
The queen of the politics of emotion accuses President Obama of playing the politics of emotion