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Gohmert Slams TSA for Allowing Illegals to Fly Without Valid ID Then Lying About It

HOUSTON, Texas -- The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently penned a letter that confirmed what Breitbart Texas Managing Director Brandon Darby reported back in July--the agency was allowing illegal immigrants to board planes using only Notice to Appear forms that they received after entering the U.S. illegally. The revelation directly contradicts the TSA's previous allegations that Darby's report was "completely wrong." Reacting to the TSA's letter, Texas Congressman Louie Gohmert told Breitbart Texas that the agency's handling of the situation are both "egregious" and "destructive." 23 Aug 2014, 5:14 AM PDT

Perry Takes Strong Stance on ISIS Threat

AUSTIN, Texas—In a speech Thursday at the Heritage Foundation, Texas Governor Rick Perry delivered remarks about the border crisis. During a question and answer session, Perry was asked whether he believed there was a serious threat that the unsecured border could allow the terrorist group the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, commonly referred to as ISIS, to enter the United States undetected. 22 Aug 2014

TSA Admits Lying About Illegal Aliens Flying Without Proper ID

HOUSTON, Texas -- A new letter from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) admits that illegal aliens were being allowed to board planes using Notice to Appear forms they received after entering the U.S. illegally. The revelation directly contradicts a TSA statement last month denying such allegations to various media outlets, including Breitbart News. In July Breitbart Texas Managing Director Brandon Darby broke the news that the TSA was letting illegal aliens board planes using Notice to Appear forms; subsequently, a TSA spokesperson publicly attacked Darby on Twitter, insisting that his report was "completely wrong." 22 Aug 2014

Mexican Border City Continues in Chaos

REYNOSA, Tamaulipas — Law enforcement officials in the Mexican border state Tamaulipas continue to claim that the security situation in the state is improving. However, on Wednesday morning the citizens of the Mexican border city Reynosa, just south of the Texas Border, awoke to the sound of gunfire. 22 Aug 2014

Teachers Go Back to School in Trouble for STAAR Test Cheating

DALLAS, Texas -- There is a history of cheating on the annual standardized tests in Texas and it's not the students. It's the teachers, and these classroom scandals have rocked the state. These days, that test is the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) and recent incidences of teacher cheating are already bubbling up at the start of the 2014-15 school year. 22 Aug 2014

500 Pounds of Marijuana Seized from Backpacks Near Texas Border

HOUSTON, Texas -- As Central Americans continue to illegally cross the U.S.-Mexico border in the Rio Grande Valley Sector, large drug busts remain frequent in South Texas. On Wednesday officials reportedly seized 500 pounds of marijuana from one pickup truck; eight men immediately sprinted from the vehicle. 21 Aug 2014

Perry Legal Team: Democrats’ CPRIT Accusations Just a “Red Herring”

AUSTIN, Texas — This morning, a conference call was organized with the legal team representing Texas Governor Rick Perry regarding the indictments against him for his veto of the funding for the Public Integrity Unit (the PIU) after Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg, whose office oversees the PIU, was arrested and pled guilty to DWI. 21 Aug 2014

Another Democrat DA in Trouble: Dallas County DA Under Investigation

AUSTIN, Texas — Yesterday on his Facebook page, Texas State Representative Jason Villalba (R-Dallas), posted an announcement that he was calling for an independent audit of the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office “in light of recent allegations that District Attorney Craig Watkins improperly used public funds and violated county procedures and regulations following a distracted driving accident while operating a county-owned vehicle.” 21 Aug 2014

Lt. Gov. Makes Personal Donation to Put More Deputies on the Streets in Falfurrias

HOUSTON, Texas — Texas Lt. Governor David Dewhurst made a personal donation to the group of police officers from South Texas who are volunteering their time to help the financially beleaguered Brooks County Sheriff’s Office in Falfurrias, Texas. The donation will put nearly fifteen additional reserve deputies on the rolls and out on the streets and highways of Brooks County. 21 Aug 2014

National Guard to Soldiers At Border: No Personal Weapons, Even Off-Duty

HOUSTON, Texas — The JAG (Judge Advocate General) Office of the Texas National Guard (TNG) briefed guardsmen about to be deployed to South Texas to leave their personal firearms at home. This applies even if the guardsman has a Texas Concealed Handgun License or is a certified peace officer in their civilian life. 20 Aug 2014

Border Area US Military Range Hotbed for Smugglers Due to Management, Say Whistleblowers

TUCSON, Arizona -- On July 14, Breitbart Texas revealed that an Arizona military testing facility was a hotbed of drug and human smuggling, partly due to its remote location and ineffective security protocols. The report also explained how security had been contracted out to a private company, and that Breitbart Texas sources had indicated managers of the Barry M. Goldwater Range (BMGR) were unhappy with the private company's performance, the Chiulista Corporation. On August 4, a former Chiulista employee contacted Breitbart Texas to confirm the BMGR’s vulnerabilities and poor security management practices. 20 Aug 2014

Illegal Aliens Start Massive Fire on South Texas Ranch

HOUSTON, Texas — A group of illegal aliens and their smuggler started a massive grass fire on a ranch in South Texas after being pursued by agents from the U.S. Border Patrol. The fire began at the end of a chase when the car carrying the illegal aliens left the roadway in what is known as a bailout. The car came to a stop on some dry grass and caught fire from the heat of the exhaust system. 20 Aug 2014

Van De Putte Proposes Raiding Texas Rainy Day Fund To Make College Free-for-All

DALLAS, Texas -- Senator Leticia Van de Putte (D-San Antonio), the liberal nominee for Texas Lt. Governor, wants to make college free for every student in Texas through a scholarship she calls the "Texas Promise." This exceptionally generous program would pick up the tab for two-year public colleges and similar institutions by amending the state constitution and siphoning $2 billion from the state's emergency coffers. 20 Aug 2014


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