Texas constitutional amendments on the ballot | A&M’s culture war | Guardsman dies at border – Pratt on Texas 4/25/2022

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Voting begins today for the May 7th uniform election date which is normally only local government non-partisan positions on the ballot. But due to work this past summer in special sessions of the Texas legislature, we have two Texas constitutional amendments on the ballot. I explain what proposition 1 is all about.

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Texas A&M is in the middle of a culture war and the media is pushing for the Leftists. But what they miss in the reporting is that a public university has no more business sponsoring a drag queen show than it does sponsoring a sexual fetish festival.

A Texas National Guardsman lost his life saving illegal border crossers from drowning. The supreme sacrifice was for a mission that does nothing to inhibit illegal aliens from entering the country. Governor Abbott’s border action is aimed at fooling the ill-informed into thinking he’s a tough guy on the border but in reality nothing he has done is helping stop illegal entry.

Texas manufacturing activity still growing but slower.

And, other news of Texas.

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