This is the grave of Tom Connally. Born in Eddy, Texas in 1877, Connally grew up on a farm, the son of a Confederate veteran and a mother who died.
This undated photo provided by Panda Bear Films/Latino Public Broadcasting shows stands outside a Dallas construction site. "Building the American Dream," a new VOCES/PBS documentary scheduled to air on most.
Faculty are going to have to lead the fight for the continued exploration of complicated and controversial issues in our research because feckless administrators will cave to right-wing members of.
I await Bari Weiss and Andrew Sullivan to express their usual outrage at the repression of ideas: A Texas Republican lawmaker has drawn up a list of 850 books on.
It's not at all surprising that Texas Republicans are surprised anyone would actually take up their Stasi offer to sue anyone getting an abortion, since they assumed they could just.
Texas' Stasi-like Republican Party has also sought to fire any educator teaching about racism under the scare words of CRITICAL RACE THEORY. They have done so. But that also leads.
With Texas politicians forcing the state history museum to cancel events (CANCEL CULTURE!) that might reek of CRITICAL RACE THEORY such as saying that maybe the Texans at the Alamo.
Those of you who are very old on the internets remember that right-wing hack Josh Trevino, former Bush speechwriter and then who ran the Tacitus blog. He was discredited after.