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Border Bridge Protest Organizers to Militia: You're Not Welcome

HOUSTON, Texas -- The organizer of this weekend’s planned protest to shut down international ports of entry have a message to militia groups – You are not welcome. This statement came in response to a Breitbart Texas article about police agency preparations for the protest planned for the weekend. Sep 16, 2014 8:50 AM PT

Who Will Follow Texas GOP Chairman Munisteri? The Race Begins

HOUSTON, Texas — The race to replace Texas Republican Party Chairman Steve Munisteri kicked off this past weekend at the quarterly meeting of the State Republican Executive Committee (SREC) in Austin. Three candidates announced they will be running to fill the vacancy that will be left when Chairman Munisteri eventually steps down. Sep 15, 2014 8:43 PM PT

Texas Police Prepare to Defend International Bridges From Militia Groups

MISSION, Texas -- Authorities prepare to use “whatever force is necessary” to defend international bridges between Texas and Mexico from U.S. based militia groups. The preparations by Texas law enforcement agencies are in response to recently discovered plans by militia groups to attempt closing several international bridges. The militia groups' plans are intended to be protests against the federal government's failure to secure the border between the U.S. and Mexico. The plans call for militia groups to begin blocking traffic on an undisclosed number of international bridges in the Rio Grande Valley on Sept. 20th, 2014. Sep 14, 2014 11:18 PM PT

Border Patrol Agent Killed in Texas

FALFURRIAS, Texas—U.S. Border Patrol Agent Tyler Robledo was killed in an apparent head-on collision with another vehicle while on duty in the West Texas border region. The driver of the second vehicle also killed in the accident. Sep 13, 2014 1:11 PM PT

Uniformed DPS Trooper Asked to Leave Waffle House Because He Was Armed

HOUSTON, Texas -- A uniformed Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper was asked to leave a Waffle House restaurant in Grapevine this week because he was armed. The trooper was wearing a Texas DPS “field uniform” that consists of a DPS polo shirt, tan slacks and his badge and gun were on his belt. Trooper was asked to leave and not to return because he was wearing a gun. Sep 13, 2014 5:03 AM PT

DPS Reports: Texas Border Related Crime Incidents

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) released two reports on September 11 dealing with significant crime issues related to Texas’ unsecured border with Mexico. The first report deals with a summary of what the DPS is calling “border-related incidents”. These include: criminal aliens, home invasions, confrontations with law enforcement, and public corruption. The second is a more detailed report covering all aspects of law enforcement related issues concerning our open border and will be covered in a series of articles after this one. Sep 13, 2014 5:02 AM PT

Dallas PD Confirms Illegal Aliens Kidnapped and Assaulted Minor Female Near SMU

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Mexican citizens who are present in the United States illegally have been arrested in conjunction with the kidnapping and sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl near the campus of Southern Methodist University (SMU). The three men were arrested on Wednesday morning after the van they were driving was stopped by SMU police officers who noticed the vehicle driving erratically. Sep 11, 2014 6:43 PM PT

Coca Plants Discovered in Mexico For First Time

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Mexican government announced the seizure of 1,639 coca plants in the southern state of Chiapas. This is the first reported case of the plant, used as the main ingredient for cocaine, being grown and cultivated in Mexico. The discovery was announced jointly by officials of Mexico and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. Sep 11, 2014 5:44 AM PT

Desperate Davis Takes Book Tour to Rachel Maddow Show

HOUSTON, Texas -- The continued failure of the campaign of State Senator Wendy Davis to be governor of Texas has driven her to launch a book tour to attempt to capitalize on her fame before the opportunity fizzles after the coming November 4th election. A desperate Sen. Davis took her book tour to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow Show to attempt to stimulate sales. Sep 11, 2014 5:44 AM PT

Tea Party Gains Another Win With Perry's State Senate Landslide Victory

HOUSTON, Texas -- State Representative Charles Perry sailed to a near landslide victory in a six-way race in the special election for State Senate District 28. Senator-Elect Perry defeated his closest rival Jodey Arrington by a margin of 53 percent to 30 percent with the remaining votes spread thin between the other four candidates in the race. His election to the Texas Senate is seen by many as yet another victory for the Tea Party and grassroots movement across Texas. Sep 10, 2014 6:02 AM PT

Militiaman Fired on by Border Patrol Agent Could Face Charges

HOUSTON, Texas -- A militia member who was fired upon by a U.S. Border Patrol agent who was pursuing illegal immigrants could face federal or state charges. John Frederick Foerster was in the possession of a firearm at the time the Border Patrol agent fired on him and has since been discovered to be a convicted felon. Sep 10, 2014 6:00 AM PT

Abbott Extends Lead Over Davis in Latest Poll

HOUSTON, Texas — The gubernatorial campaign of Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott continues to widen his lead over State Senator Wendy Davis, the Democrat nominee. Abbott now leads by a margin of eighteen points in a recent WPA Opinion Research Poll. Sep 9, 2014 5:03 AM PT

Texas Man Pleads Guilty in Child Porn Case

HOUSTON, Texas — A man from Lubbock, Texas, pleaded guilty to transportation of child pornography on Monday. Scott Brandon Hutcheson, 37, now faces between five and twenty years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000. He will also face a lifetime of supervised release upon the completion of his prison sentence. Sep 3, 2014 10:34 AM PT

Tom DeLay: ‘The Criminalization of Politics’

HOUSTON, Texas — Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay spoke to Breitbart Texas about the Travis County District Attorney’s Office and their history of criminalizing the political process. Travis County successfully removed DeLay from House leadership by getting an indictment against him. His conviction was later reversed by an appellate court. Now, Texas Governor Rick Perry faces the political wrath from this office where the District Attorney continues the practice of attempting to achieve through the criminal courtroom what Democrats have been unable to achieve in the statewide ballot box – the removal of a Republican from the Governor’s Mansion. Sep 3, 2014 7:09 AM PT

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