Texas

Pamela Geller Is Not "Morally Responsible" for the Terrorist Attack in Texas
The defense of free expression should become stronger in the face of violent threats, not weaker
May 07, 2015

The defense of free expression should become stronger in the face of violent threats, not weaker.  

How Did Everybody Suddenly Become an Expert on French Visual Satire?
May 06, 2015

'Charlie Hebdo' is a complicated issue, so it's worth going to informed sources, not instant experts.

Why Texans Freaked Out Over an Army Exercise—and Ted Cruz Validated Their Fears
May 06, 2015

The fact that Texas tempts federal intrusion more than any other state explains the whole story.

The Anti-Islam Exhibit Attacked in Texas Is a Clearer Free Speech Case Than 'Charlie Hebdo'
May 04, 2015

The most clarifying test cases for free speech involve the defense of the vile. 

Everything Is Going According to Plan for Ted Cruz
March 24, 2015

A dispatch from the Texas senator's speech at Liberty University.

SXSW Is Now Too Big to Fail
A reporter chases the future at South by Southwest
March 13, 2015

Here's what to expect this year. 

The Exhibitionist
Daryl Richardson built a jungle in the heart of Dallas and filled it with exotic creatures. No one asked any questions—until he set his sights on the world’s rarest sloth.
March 04, 2015

Daryl Richardson built a jungle in the heart of Dallas and filled it with exotic creatures. No one asked any questions—until he set his sights on the world’s rarest sloth.

A Texas Judge Has Blocked Obama's Immigration Action. Yes, It's Political.
February 17, 2015

The case will reach the Supreme Court in no time.

Oil Workers Are Striking Because They're Underpaid and Overworked—and It's Killing Them
February 10, 2015

This is the workers' first nationwide strike in 35 years.

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