The Supreme Court of the United States ruled on Monday to stay the order of a lower federal court requiring abortion clinics in Texas to close or remain closed. The order from the court in Whole Woman’s Health et al. v. Cole, Comm’r, Texas DHS, et al. maintains the status quo while the Court decides whether to decide the case on the merits on any appeal.
The Texas Attorney General has responded to the “newly invented federal constitutional right to same-sex marriage” created by the “activist” U.S. Supreme Court by telling Texas officials “Texas must speak with one voice against this lawlessness.” He issued an opinion and said Texans must “act on multiple levels to further protect religious liberties for all Texans” and must “immediately do anything we can to help our County Clerks and public officials who now are forced with defending their religious beliefs against the Court’s ruling.”
A Travis County judge’s dissolution of a homosexual couple’s marriage has created questions about where the Texas Supreme Court stands on gay divorce.
A Texas woman just fumes at the mention of Rachel Dolezal, the white Spokane, Washington, NAACP leader who presented herself as black. Verda Byrd, a white woman raised black, maintains: “She lied about her race. I didn’t lie about my race because I didn’t know.”
The Boulware attack on Dallas PD headquarters show us that family court judges without bailiffs are sitting ducks. The man killed in a “zombie apocalypse assault” vehicle after a Dallas Police headquarters assault a week ago had a history of domestic violence and mental illness. He had threatened family court judges who had decided his custody case. Dallas judges are now calling for protection in all of their courtrooms.
Texas abortion clinics have lost again at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit; however, the Court complied with the abortion provider’s request for a ruling by June 19th so they would have time to appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. July 1st is the date that the Fifth Circuit ruled that abortion providers must close their clinics.
racey Carver, the mother of three caught on tape at the McKinney Pool Party video assault, has “received unspeakable threats” – including threats to rape and kill herself and her children – according to her attorney, famous civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred.
Breitbart Texas sent a Texas Public Information Act request to the City of Waco for certain enumerated information and videos related to the Twin Peaks biker arrests on May 17, 2105. The City of Waco responded to the request… sort of.
A pro-law enforcement, pro-military, ex-judge and ex-federal prosecutor with 39 years of public service said he has “looked at the facts” and “there are many, many, red-flags in this case.”
Parties for the abortion clinics in Whole Woman’s Health, et al. at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, have filed a letter stating that 11 clinics will be forced to close down if the Court does not grant the abortion clinic’s motion to stay the Court’s June 9th opinion.
A Texas teenager has died from what police say was a game of Russian roulette. Vikram Virk told authorities that he shot 18-year-old Jaskaran Singh in the head. The man said they were taking turns pointing the gun at each other and pulling the trigger. He told peace officers they were friends.
A rider on a bright yellow motorcycle is trying to bait police officers in Harris County, Texas by kicking the side of patrol cars and driving off, reaching speeds of up to 170 m.p.h.
Judge Ralph Strother, one of the judges who set $1 million bonds in the Twin Peaks biker cases, reduced the bond of the president of the local Waco, Texas, chapter of the Cossacks Motorcycle Club, but ordered that he turn over all of his guns. John Wilson has approximately 30 guns in his home.
The suspect who used an armored car in an attack against Dallas Police Department headquarters early Saturday morning, and was killed by a police sniper after a police chase, had previously attacked family members, and threatened churches and schools.
Anthony Graves spend 16 years in prison, 12 of them on death row, for a crime he did not commit. The prosecutor who sent him there has now been disbarred.
A suspect in the Dallas police headquarters attack is in a stand-off with police, according to the Dallas Morning News. Police are continuing to negotiate with the man, James Lance Boulware, who was chased by police to Hutchins, Texas. Hutchins is nine months south of downtown Dallas.
Two of the Busby quintuplets have been released from the hospital in Houston. The girls made history by being the first all-girl set of quintuplets to be born in the world since 1969. They were the first set ever born in the United States.
Two sisters in Overton, Texas were trying to raise money for a present for their dad for Father’s Day when their lemonade stand was shut down by a code enforcement officer and the police chief. A police dashcam captured the officer telling the girls’ mother that they needed a permit to operate the stand.
Daniel Malenfant of the McKinney Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) said that Officer Eric Casebolt, the police corporal in McKinney who resigned under political pressure and death threats, “was a dedicated and decorated officer who in this instance was placed in a high-stress environment that he was not fully prepared for.”
Texas Governor Greg Abbott held a ceremony to sign the toughest and most comprehensive border security plan of any state in the United States of America. The legislative package provides historic levels of funding to secure the border, establishes a Child Sex Trafficking Prevention Unit, strengthens penalties for human traffickers, increases funding for the border protection unit, and seeks reimbursement from the federal government for Texas funds spent on border issues.
Homeowners in the neighborhood who were witnesses to the ruckus at the McKinney, Texas, neighborhood community pool both defended the officers who have been attacked about their handling of the situation, and thanked them for coming to their aid and keeping them safe.
The attorney for nine of the Twin Peaks bikers told Breitbart Texas that he was in effect told “You Sir, are poured the f*** out.” A hearing was held this week on motions to remove three McLennan County judges who set and retained $1 million bonds on bikers arrested at the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas. The attorney argued that the judges demonstrated bias and should be recused from making future rulings.
A federal district judge sentenced a 24-year-old man from Austin, Texas, to 82 months in federal prison for attempting to provide material support and resources to a foreign terrorist organization. Michael Todd Wolfe (aka “Faruq”) will be under supervised release for five years after he gets out of prison for planning to join ISIS and fight in battle with them.
A 19-year-old immigrant at a family detention facility is reported to have attempted to commit suicide after being told she was being denied parole and asylum. She was staying in the Karnes City, Texas, facility which was opened last year after a flood of unaccompanied minors and families crossed the border illegally. Another facility in Dilley, Texas, also had to be opened.
A military official from Qatar and his wife were indicted in San Antonio Wednesday, charged with two counts of engaging in forced labor.