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Houston's 'Redneck Country Club' Celebrates One Year Anniversary

HOUSTON, Texas -- The American entertainment industry isn't usually a place that's ripe with conservative and liberty oriented thinking. From music to film, from production companies to performance venues, generally the world of entertainment here in the United States is chock full of liberal propaganda. That is, unless you live near Houston and have a membership at conservative talk show host Michael Berry's Redneck Country Club, a music venue and social club with a substantially large number of members. Oct 15, 2014 2:53 PM PT

Texas Mom Pizzeria Diaper Incident

HOUSTON, Texas -- A mother from the Spring, Texas area recently created some buzz online when news broke that she and her children had been kicked out of a local pizzeria for changing her baby's diaper at a table in the restaurant's dining room. Aug 13, 2014 5:56 AM PT

San Antonio Strippers Challenge Industry Wage Laws

HOUSTON, Texas--A group of Texas topless dancers are suing their employer for money they feel they are owed, citing minimum wage and overtime laws as the basis for the case. Jul 15, 2014 6:32 AM PT

Texas Girl Thrown from Car and Killed Because Swimsuit Too Wet

HOUSTON, Texas--Earlier this week a service was held at the George W Spencer Funeral Home for 12-year-old Octavia Marie Watkins, according to a recent report by a local Fox News affiliate. Octavia's death was easily preventable: she died because she was thrown from the hood of a moving vehicle. Jul 4, 2014 5:32 AM PT

Blind Shaman Escapes Halfway House

HOUSTON, Texas--A blind, diabetic, sex offender, human rights activist and self proclaimed Native American has escaped from a Houston halfway home, according to a recent report made by conservative talk radio shows Walton and Johnson on their Friday morning broadcast. Jul 2, 2014 7:53 AM PT

Texas Daycare Accused of Duct Taping Kids

HOUSTON, Texas--A mother has accused a daycare near Fort Worth of restraining children with duct tape, according to a recent report by the Dallas NBC affiliate. Jun 27, 2014 9:12 AM PT

Houston Veteran Who Stopped a Shooting Suspect Speaks

At 6:30pm on Sunday, Perkins saw the shooting suspect fatally shoot a woman. Rather than run away in fear for his own life, he used the 6-years of military training he received while touring Iraq and Afghanistan to kick and tackle the suspect to the ground. Jun 12, 2014 9:16 AM PT

Searching for Sanity at the SEIU 'Raise the Minimum Wage' Protest

HOUSTON, Texas--Yesterday there were protests all over the country organized by SEIU [Service Employees International Union] to bully the powers that be into raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour. In Houston the protest took place at a Wendy’s Restaurant. May 18, 2014 7:19 AM PT

Victims of ‘Affluenza’ Teen Unhappy with Judicial Settlement

The family of Ethan Couch will pay $2 million to one of the surviving victims from his June 2013 drunk driving incident; according to a recent report from Fox News DFW. Couch became the source of massive media controversy after a Texas judge punished him with 10 years of probation and rehab for killing four people and injuring 12 while driving drunk. May 9, 2014 6:04 AM PT


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