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Dallas ISD Renews Flawed Superintendent's Contract, Perks But No Raise

On July 22, the Dallas Independent School District (ISD) Board of Trustees voted 7-2 to renew the contract of school superintendent Mike Miles, who they flirted with firing a year ago and followed up with a failed vote last September. Miles was not axed, though, and despite a tempestuous year, the board re-upped him for two more years, threw in a few perks, but denied him a raise. 25 Jul 2014

Lessons in Guerrilla Journalism from a Former Leftist Activist

MCALLEN, Texas--Arriving in the Rio Grande Valley, the current epicenter of illegal alien crossings, brings perspective to the crisis that the entire country is talking about. Rolling in from Houston with Brandon Darby, Breitbart Texas editor, this journalist listens and soaks up all the wisdom that a former leftist activist has to share on effective guerrilla journalism. 25 Jul 2014

Vans May be New Form of Transportation for Illegals, as Feds Attempt to Avoid Scrutiny

HOUSTON, Texas--It appears that many illegal immigrants in California are being transported by federal agents via van caravans instead of large Department of Homeland Security (DHS) buses. Dropping off illegal immigrants from vans, rather than buses, may serve to draw less attention and scrutiny from local residents, many of whom remain resistant to the dumping of foreigners in their communities. 25 Jul 2014

GUILTY: San Antonio Man Convicted in Child Prostitution Case

HOUSTON, Texas—A San Antonio man was convicted on July 23 for his role in a prostitution ring that involved at least two under-aged girls. The man is the second person to be convicted in this scheme which resulted in federal charges being filed against three men and one woman. 25 Jul 2014

Sixty Major School Districts Want Obama to Be Their 'Keeper'

President Barack Obama may have been too busy to visit the U.S. southern border to witness the humanitarian crisis during his recent Texas trip, but he found time to hold a town hall meeting at the Walker Jones Education Center in Washington, D.C., to add 60 major public school districts to his signature My Brother's Keeper (Keeper) initiative on July 21. 25 Jul 2014

Illegal Honduran Girl in CPS Custody After Mother Gunned Down Repatriated

HOUSTON, Texas—A young native Honduran girl whose mother was gunned down in the streets of Houston was taken into Child Protective Services (CPS) custody after her mother’s death. Both the girl and her mother were in the country illegally. This week, the 7-year-old girl was returned to her father in Honduras. Relatives in the U.S. were afraid they might end up like the child’s mother and were not willing to take the girl. Rumors of a drug cartel related death made them hesitant to do so. 24 Jul 2014

Grassroots Conservative Activists Lead Way to Bring Common Ground to Common Core Fight

DALLAS, Texas--Finding common ground on Common Core is a task usually coveted by cavalier progressive left and establishment right ideologues whose education reformer remedies include overlooking imperfections, re-branding, and calling the implementation of the Common Core "botched." However, there are conservative grassroots activists who are taking a uniquely different approach. In Wisconsin, California, and Texas they are forging common bonds with political adversaries who also want to Stop Common Core. Together, they stand at the precipice of a whole new dialogue. 24 Jul 2014

Texas Border Town Becoming Banana Republic

WESLACO, Texas--Retaliation and vendettas at the hands of a Texas police chief appears to be the motive behind the arrest of a fellow police officer in Weslaco. The arrest gives the appearance of a political retaliation against a union board member at the hand of a police chief from a rival union. 24 Jul 2014

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