The government has power to censor churches. It just avoids using it.
After claiming Greg Abbott didn’t care about disabled people, Wendy Davis has pivoted to saying he might ban interracial marriage. His wife is Hispanic.
If other public universities are as corrupt in their admissions as the University of Texas, we have a national problem.
Do pro-choice activists think it’s in any way wrong to use unborn children for heating fuel? And, if so, could they explain why?
A blind, stupid, uncomprehending press cannot really be a free press and its result—a society that cannot really think—cannot really be a free society.
Inside newsrooms, Wendy Davis couldn’t be more popular. But with Texas voters, even after massive outreach efforts, Wendy Davis is struggling.
Despite the breathless headlines prematurely declaring Texas’ sweeping new abortion rules dead, it might be wise to look at the recent history of Texas abortion laws in the courts.
What Wendy Davis really tells us about the national debate on abortion is that Republicans have an opening. Will they take it?
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