Courtesy: Texas Tribune

U.S. Supreme Court to hear Texas death penalty case on intellectual disability

By Jolie McCullough, The Texas Tribune It’s unconstitutional to execute people with intellectual disabilities, that much the U.S. Supreme Court has made clear. But things get fuzzy when individual states try to legally determine “intellectual disability,” and that ambiguity is leading Texas to its latest hearing before the high court. On Tuesday morning, the eight justices will hear arguments surrounding Texas’ method of […]

DNC Chair Donna Brazille leaked debate questions to help Hillary Clinton.

Primary Debate Rigging Allegations Have Democrats Revolting against Brazile

Hundreds of former Bernie Sanders delegates to the Democratic National Convention have voted overwhelmingly in a straw poll to “call for the immediate resignation of Donna Brazile as chair of the Democratic National Committee.” The vote, 337 to 13, was 96 percent in favor of urging Brazile to resign. It came in a straw poll […]

HOUSTON PRESS: Behind Closed Doors ‘Pay for Play’ of the Fort Bend County Economic Development Council

This Focus On the Fort Bend EDC exposes how all Economic Development Councils are legally allowed to operate partly in the shadows, even while accepting money from taxpayer funded organizations like Katy ISD, Fort Bend County and Harris County. FORT BEND COUNTY (The Houston Press) – At just after 7 a.m. on a mid-September day, […]