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Sunday Feature: The ‘Future of Texas’ Inaugural Ball with Photo Album

The “Future of Texas” inaugural black tie ball was held in the Austin Convention Center on the eve of the inauguration of Governor Greg Abbott and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. The inauguration was the first for a new governor in more than 14 years. Breitbart Texas was there to memorialize this glamorous event attended by an estimated 10,000 guests. The Texas Inauguration 2015 motif was used throughout the ballroom and it proclaimed “Even the future is bigger in Texas.” Those who attended the gala were filled with Texas-sized pride.
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Abbott Appoints New Inspector General for Plagued State Health Agency

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Stuart W. Bowen, Jr. as Inspector General for the plagued Texas Health and Human Services Commission. The previous Inspector General stepped down on December 31st when Governor Rick Perry asked him to do so. The state agency has been in the midst of a controversy relative to an alleged no-bid contract given 21CT. State and federal probes have been initiated.
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Inauguration 2015: Texas-Sized Barbecue and Texas-Sized Spirits

An estimated seventeen thousand Texans poured out to the west lawn of the State Capital to celebrate the inauguration of Governor Greg Abbott and Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick. Spirits were high, and the stars were all aligned. The weather and barbecue could not have been better to celebrate the inauguration.
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Houston ‘Stand with the Prophet’ Protesters Cite Free Speech Concerns

HOUSTON, Texas – Christine Weick was in Houston with others protesting the Stand with the Prophet event on Sunday. Weick told Breitbart Texas “churches need to wake up, and America needs to wake up.” She and the other protestors were fearful that unless something changes “[America] is going to be in big trouble.”
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Texas Oil Giant to Lay Off 9,000 Workers Across Globe

HOUSTON, Texas – Nine thousand workers are set to be laid off by Texas-based oil giant Schlumberger. The oil tool services company said it must fire 9,000 workers because of plummeting crude oil prices and a slow-down in 2015 production and exploration. The employee reduction comprises about 7.5 percent of the company’s 120,000 global labor force.
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Gohmert Celebrated by Texas Grassroots

HOUSTON, Texas – Congressman Louie Gohmert was greeted to a war hero’s welcome by Tea Party Patriots in Houston on Saturday. The grassroots training meeting was planned before this week’s historic House of Representatives Speaker’s vote and Gohmert had agreed to be the keynote speaker. Gohmert received three standing ovations, one lasting over a minute long.

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