Will a bill with teeth pass to stop promotion of D.E.I. at Texas public colleges? | Border news – Pratt on Texas 2/13/2023

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Are Democrats beginning to sound like Republicans on border security? No, but a Dallas Morning News piece tries to suggest such. There is no question consultants and a few other recognize what a losing issue this has been for Democrats but to turn from their current position would be abandoning their fundamental plan to reshape the country’s electorate. Plus, with the Democratic Party being dominated by young anti-law and order office holders it becomes very problematic to suddenly become pro-law and order at the border.

A.G. Ken Paxton’s Newsweek opinion piece: State AG Litigation Delivers Where Washington Fails on Border Security.

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Sherry Sylvester has a fine follow-up on our reporting about D.E.I. Leftism at Texas Tech and the state’s other universities. Likely we’ll get at least a symbolic bill passed but that is not sufficient. We must have a ban on state sponsorship of these inherently political  dogmas that works and has serious teeth. Perhaps a 25% loss of state funds to the institution for funding or using these discriminatory movements in the administration of the schools?

And, other news of Texas.

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