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44th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade: Texans to Meet at State Capitol

Last weekend, Women’s Marches were held in cities all over the globe but pro-life women were not welcome. Pro-life activists in Texas will be convening at Texas’ Capitol this weekend to demonstrate their anti-abortion, pro-life convictions during the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

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No Glasses for Rick Perry’s Portrait

The official portrait unveiling for the longest serving governor in the Lone Star State, Rick Perry, was held at the Texas Capitol on Friday. The question asked most often in advance of the unveiling was whether the portrait would show the governor with or without his famous glasses.

Glasses or No Glasses

Texas Capitol Police Seek ‘Person of Interest,’ Car Fire Possibly Arson

The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is seeking help from the public in identifying a “person of interest” (shown above) in connection with a car fire on the grounds of the Texas Capitol. The vehicle had been identified earlier on Friday by a Twitter user as belonging to a Texas House Sergeant at Arms employee, James “Trey” Morgan.

Capitol Arson person of interest

Source of Car Fire at Texas Capitol Under Investigation

A car burst into flames just outside of the Texas State Capitol in Austin right after 2 p.m. on Friday. The car was parked on the south side of the Capitol outside the entrance to the building. The source of the car fire, and any danger to the building, or those in it, is under investigation.

Texas Capitol Car Fire

Statewide Texas Tax Day Tea Party Rally Salutes Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things

The first ever statewide Texas Tax Day Tea Party Rally will be held Wednesday, April 15, in Austin. It is expected to draw nearly 100 constitutionally-minded, limited government conservative and other like-minded patriot groups. They will gather on the south steps of the Capitol where, among the many festivities, ordinary people who have done extraordinary things as grassroots activists will be honored for their contributions.


Texas Swears-In New Governor with BBQ and Ball

AUSTIN, Texas – For the first time since the first year of this century, Texas will have a new Governor. It has been over fourteen years since Governor Rick Perry First took the oath of office filling the vacancy created after Governor George W. Bush resigned the office to become the 43rd President of the United States. On Tuesday, Greg Abbott will take over the reins of the Lone Star State from Perry and begin a new era of leadership.

2011 Inauguration of Texas Governor Rick Perry.