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Texas Senate Votes to Wipe Out State Refugee Office

The arrival of refugees in the Lone Star State, most particularly Syrian refugees, has been a source of consternation for Texans and the state’s Governor. Activists pushed back against Governor Greg Abbott’s order to stop the state from helping to resettle Syrian refugees. The Texas attorney general filed suit against the federal government. Now the Texas Senate has voted to eradicate the State’s refugee office.

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Muhammad Art Attack Conspirator Gets 30 Years

The only known, living terrorist connected to the May 2015 attack at the Muhammad Art contest in Texas, Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, has been sentenced to 30 years in federal prison. Prosecutors had been asking for a life sentence. Kareem, whose given name is Decarus Thomas, is a former Baptist who converted to Islam.

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Feds Seek Life for Texas Muhammad Art Attack Conspirator

The only known, living terrorist connected to the May 2015 attack at the Muhammad Art contest in Texas, Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, will face sentencing on October 25. Prosecutors are asking for a life sentence. Kareem, whose given name is Decarus Thomas, is a former Baptist who converted to Islam.

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Ted Cruz Warns Democrats Could Have ‘Massive Wins’ in Texas

KINGWOOD, Texas – Senator Ted Cruz warned patriots gathered for a Constitution Day gathering that Democrats could have “massive wins” in the large urban counties in Texas “if one, two, or three percent stay home.” Cruz also called Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton “manifestly unfit” to be president.

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Texas Muhammad Art Attack Conspirator: My Due Process Rights Were Violated

The only known living terrorist connected to the May 3, 2015, attack at the Muhammad Art contest in Texas, says he is entitled to a new trial because his due process rights have been violated. Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem, a convert to Islam, claims prosecutors withheld evidence that would have created reasonable doubt or absolved him.