Monthly Archives: February 2015

Texas Battle Rages On Over Border Patrol Issues

According to a report from the Daily Mail, a Texas governor is claiming that over 20,000 immigrants have crossed the border between Mexico and Texas since January 1 of this year. That’s not even 2 full months, at a rate of 10,000 per month. The report calls Texas “ground zero for the illegal immigration fight,” … Continue reading

Texas Judge Stops Obama Immigration in it’s Tracks!

As NBC News explains, “President Obama’s Executive Action on immigration scheduled to take effect today has been temporarily halted by a ruling by US District Judge Andrew Hanan in Texas, affecting about 638,000 undocumented Asian Americans expected to apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) expansion and Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA). While … Continue reading

American Sniper Murder Trial Begins for Chris Kyle on Birthday of Second Victim Chad Littlefield

Many Americans and most Texans have heard of Chris Kyle, American Sniper; but he was not the only hero to die on that fateful day in Glen Rose. Another hero, Chad Littlefield was also murdered in the shooting which took Kyle’s life. As the Star-Telegram explains, “The story of the life and death of Navy … Continue reading

Texas Veterans and the Ways We Honor Them

The Lone Star State is proud of its veterans, and offers many programs and benefits to help and honor them in any way we can. The Texas Veterans Commission is just one organization striving to aid our veterans. There are many others. For those who are looking for benefits and services for Texas veterans, we … Continue reading

Texas Deliciousness: Favorite Foods of the Lone Star State

Most Americans have a love affair with food, but when it comes to Texans, our appetites…and our passion for flavor…is, well, bigger. All states can boast of local cuisine which shares the history and excitement of its home. Texas is no different. The Austin Chronicle explains, “One of the most interesting facets of the American … Continue reading