Trump's SCOTUS nominee Judge Gorsuch, behind closed doors, said he was "disheartened by attacks on the courts". Trump, of course, said the comment did not refer to his own recent insults of the courts. Progress Texas executive director Ed Espinoza discusses the thickening plot on CNN.
Hot on the heels of his failed jaunt on Dancing with the Stars, former Governor Rick Perry is taking center stage again today. The follow-up to his slapstick Cha-Cha routine: a confirmation hearing to be Trump’s Secretary of Energy, naturally.
Howard Dean, former Vermont governor and former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, tweeted during the first presidential debate, "Notice Trump sniffing all the time. Coke user?" Our executive director responded on CNN.
For 40 years, politicians have used the Hyde Amendment to deny coverage for abortion care for those who are struggling to get by. To learn more about the diverse movement to end Hyde visit AllAboveAll.org
This election cycle is getting dumber by the day, with claims questioning Clinton's health and now questioning the motives of the Clinton Foundation. Glenn and Ed defended the Clinton Foundation and drew a contrast with a candidate like Clinton who associates with humanitarians versus a candidate like Trump with close ties to Putin and Russia.
A federal judge in Texas has temporarily blocked President Obama's directive on bathroom rights for transgender students in public schools. Lucy Stein, the advocacy director of Progress Texas, discusses the injunction
Trump's numbers look bad in the polls. All of them. Our executive director Ed Espinoza gives his take on the recent developments in the presidential race. Will Trump's change in staff help? Probably not. Can he follow through on his promises? Definitely not.
With just a little over 80 days before the presidential election, recent poll numbers show Hillary Clinton leading Donald Trump in every battleground state. Our deputy director Phillip Martin discusses.
The state’s health commission is giving $1.6 million of your taxpayer dollars to an anti-abortion group to provide women’s health and family planning services. The catch is — this group provides ZERO health care services...
Our Executive Director joined ABC News in Austin to talk about the presidential race, and how Trump's comments on "punishment for abortion" aren't really any different than the beliefs of Ted Cruz and the state of Texas.
Our Ag Commissioner is at it again: Sid Miller got a "Jesus Shot" using taxpayers' dollars. This isn't Jesus with a gun – it's a controversial drug only available from one guy near Oklahoma City. Good grief.
We filed an official complaint with the Texas Attorney General's Consumer Protection Division about a Ted Cruz mailer that appears to violate Texas law. No candidate is above the law, not even Ted Cruz.
As in years past, it was damn near impossible to narrow this list down to just 10. But we managed, and you can be sure that each of the fine folks who made the cut more than earned this dishonorable distinction.
He talks about a Texas miracle, but what really happened on Rick Perry's watch? His financial skills are a Texas-sized disaster. If Rick Perry can't be trusted to manage his state's money, how do you think he's going to manage yours?