Court: No SD10 redraw for primary | Sid Miller should be praised not criticized on USDA lawsuit – Pratt on Texas 2/2/2022

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Panel of federal judges denies Democrat state senators request to redraw Senate District 10 for the March 1st Texas primary election. Sen. Kel Seliger testified for the Democrat. All you need do to understand the Democrat redistricting objections are all about political power is look at states in which their party dominates. They’ve no problem with massive Gerrymandering in those states.

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Ag. Commissioner Sid Miller should be praised for his part in a lawsuit to stop USDA’s institutionally racist ARPA money distribution but instead, he is criticized by fellow Republican James White. White’s claims are empty because none of Miller’s actions as commissioner have any parallel or similarity to the racist USDA plan.

More from the campaign stack including the Harris Co. judge race; Geo. W. Bush reverting to full Bush family anti-conservative form, and; more.

Johns Hopkins study shows lockdowns don’t work and actually caused serious problems. You know, it’s not hindsight. Many of us explained these things in the beginning.

Texas sales tax receipts continue to grow plus other business news.

And, other news of Texas.

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