TEXAS VIEW: Dude Perfect partnership hits the bull’s-eye

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Dude Perfect, the Frisco-based trick shot empire, may be the epitome of internet culture banality, but now the group is using its power for...

TEXAS VIEW: Only authentic artifacts to remember the Alamo

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Immortalized by a battle, the Alamo is destined to always be a site of contention. Sitting on the eastern edge of downtown San Antonio,...

TEXAS VIEW: Public health becomes an afterthought in ‘vaccine passports’ ban

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As he dropped the state’s mask mandate and other COVID-19 restrictions in March, Gov. Greg Abbott emphasized that business owners could still set their...

TEXAS VIEW: Official Handgun? Texas adopts historic revolver as its own

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The Lone Star State takes pride in its heritage. And a lot of that is wrapped up in the cowboy culture of the Old...

TEXAS VIEW: So now a governor who disagrees with lawmakers can defund them?

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No doubt tempers were running high. Republicans were furious that Democrats killed a controversial voting restrictions bill by walking out of the Capitol in...

TEXAS VIEW: Failure to lead: The 2021 Texas Legislature in a nutshell

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If there were any legislative session when Texas lawmakers eschewed politics for serious policy, when class clowns got serious about life-or-death issues, when personal...

TEXAS VIEW: Lawmakers threaten 50 years of compromise by seeking to erode Roe v....

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Given all the effort lawmakers in Texas and other red states are pouring into making abortion illegal, you’d never know that the procedure, legal...

TEXAS VIEW: Governor Matthew? Actor said to be serious about running in Texas

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Texas-born actor Matthew McConaughey running for governor of the Lone Star State? The Oscar-winning actor is reportedly making calls to wealthy moderate Republicans around the...

TEXAS VIEW: Want more Texans back at work? Help them get child care

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Chuck Cohn sees both ends of the problem at his South Austin child care center. Parents need to line up child care so they...

TEXAS VIEW: Unmasking Texas, for better or worse

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Last Tuesday, Gov. Greg Abbott announced that cities, counties and schools no longer can require face masks to be worn, starting June 4. Locally, that...