‘As your safety declines, so does your compassion. Every time I have to pick up human sh-t, my liberal-ness just got lowered what one more notch,’ said one Austin woman.
The unending COVID regime isn’t a nightmare scenario, it’s an existential threat to our liberties, a possible and unexamined risk to our health, and right here among us.
For some reason we all feel the need to continue to tiptoe around one of the most awful, lazy, and selfish groups in America: left-wing public teachers unions and the teachers who support them.
A photo captured Rhode Island Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo maskless at a wine bar, after recently encouraging residents to stay home.
Austin Democratic Mayor Steve Adler threatened his Texas constituents with another stay-home order if residents didn’t stay home last month while on vacation.
San Marcos Police say a road altercation involving a group of Trump supporters and the Joe Biden presidential campaign appears to be a Biden staffer’s fault.
‘We remain concerned about the reductions in police positions when crime is increasing and response times are slower,’ the Greater Austin Crime Commission said in a statement.
Violent riots continue to plague cities like Chicago, Seattle, Denver, Austin, and Portland with no end in sight.
Despite the mayhem overtaking the nation’s cities, potential Joe Biden vice president Susan Rice has refused to issue a correction to claims attacking federal law enforcement.
For many Democratic leaders, it appears stay-at-home rules apply to thee, but not for me.
It’s like they went to the woke checklist to check every single box, stir in the appearance that everyone who lives in Texas is a racist pig, and spit out a terrible television show.
Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt issued an apology after I tweeted her comment making fun of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s disability.
Research suggests that simply asking questions about specific negative behaviors increases those behaviors. Yet this practice is growing nationwide in public schools, not just in Austin.
Cowles is an artist you can enjoy while you’re driving down a country road, downing a few beers with friends on your back deck, or just hanging out on Saturday afternoon.
The Austin bomber is an opportunity to discuss the impossibility of parents controlling how their children turn out, and the pathologies that result when they try.
Until the Austin bomber’s motivation is discovered, what he did wasn’t terrorism, and if he were alive today, he wouldn’t be charged as a terrorist.
The Austin bomber is dead, but his campaign of terror serves as a stark reminder that government and technology can’t keep us completely safe.
It’s much, much harder to enjoy all that SXSW has to offer than it used to be, at least without being forced to buy an expensive badge.
Luckily, the festival delivered again, with a disorienting mix of trendy tech panels and sweaty queues to nowhere.
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