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Judge Praises Former Narcotics Smuggler For Fixing Up His Life, Supporting His Family

A south Texas judge praised a former narcotics smuggler for leaving the operations and taking care of his family, the Progress Times reported on Friday.Rigoberto Beltran, 38, was indicted on drug trafficking charges in connection with a marijuana smuggling operation he worked on with his brothers in McAllen, Texas, according to the Progress Times. Beltran…

Report: Texas Abortionists Ended 67 Pregnancies in 17 Hours to Beat Heartbeat Ban Deadline

An abortion clinic in Fort Worth, Texas, “raced” to terminate as many pregnancies as possible before midnight Tuesday, when the state’s heartbeat abortion ban took effect, The 19th reported in a dramatic piece last week. According to the gender and politics independent outlet founded by two former editors of the Texas Tribune, abortionist Marva Sadler of…

Taking Down Pro-Life Websites, Donating To Planned Parenthood: How Tech Companies Are Fighting Texas’...

Several major tech companies spoke out against the Texas Heartbeat Act, taking down pro-life websites and funding out-of-state abortions. Rideshare app Lyft announced in a statement Friday that it would pay the legal fees of any of its drivers sued under the law, and the company announced a $1 million donation to Planned Parenthood. Domain…

Tracy McGrady Is Selling A Mansion For Nearly $8 Million

September 06, 2021 5:14 PM ET Former NBA star Tracy McGrady has put a gigantic mansion on the market.According to a real estate listing from HAR, the former Magic and Rockets guard is selling his 23,652-square-foot estate in Sugar Land, Texas for just under $8 million. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes…

Former Marine Organizes Touching Texas Vigil Honoring 13 Fallen Servicemembers

The community of Amarillo, Texas, organized a touching vigil at the Texas Panhandle War Memorial to honor the fallen servicemembers who died last week amidst President Biden’s disorganized withdrawal from Afghanistan. The memorial was organized by former Marine Alexia Rodriguez, who had been stationed with fallen Marine Seargent Johanny Rosario, one of the casualties of…

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott Issues Executive Order Maintaining Ban on Vaccine Mandates

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) issued an executive order on Wednesday to maintain a ban on vaccine mandates in the Lone Star State. Abbott’s office said in a statement: Governor Abbott today issued an Executive Order maintaining the current policy prohibiting the mandating of any COVID-19 vaccinations by any government entity in the State of Texas. Additionally,…

19-Year-Old Girl Who Allegedly Set Man On Fire Charged With Murder

August 25, 2021 6:30 PM ET A 19-year-old girl was charged with murder after she allegedly set a man on fire, ABC13 reported Wednesday. The suspect, who was identified as Texas resident Emma Presler, was charged Monday with the murder of Devin Graham and the attempted murder of his girlfriend, Karissa Lindros, ABC 13 reported.…

Biden Ignores that Afghans are Being Processed in Texas, Wisconsin, Virginia

President Joe Biden is ignoring that thousands of Afghans are being processed in the United States, without having finalized their applications for visas, instead touting that processing begins in third safe countries outside of Afghanistan. During a press briefing on Sunday, Biden noted that Afghans are being loaded up on planes and heading to nations…

Joe Biden Begins Fast-Tracking Afghans to Virginia, South Carolina, Missouri

President Joe Biden’s administration has started its fast-tracking of Afghans into the United States as reports indicate arrivals have begun in Virginia, Missouri, South Carolina, and Connecticut. In the last few days, hundreds of Afghans have arrived at Dulles International Airport in Loudon County and Fairfax County, Virginia, for permanent resettlement in the U.S. Some Afghans…

Court Rules Against Catch And Release For Migrants

August 19, 2021 6:17 PM ET A federal trial court in Texas ruled against the Biden administration’s directives to catch and release some migrants on Thursday. A Texas federal judge blocked Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials from enforcing the Biden administration’s Jan. 20 and Feb. 18 memoranda prioritizing certain migrants for detention over others, granting…
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