Despite politics, the Texas Supreme Court has become a model of judicial integrity, unlike its California counterpart.
A federal district court enjoined the Obama administration’s transgender-bathroom edict.
The venerable columnist George Will, once a Burkean conservative, now tacks libertarian.
Anthony Kennedy, the former Supreme Court “swing vote” is firmly aligning himself with the liberal bloc.
Clark Neily departs from his “Terms of Engagement” standard of review.
In San Antonio Independent School District v. Rodriguez (1973), a lawsuit brought by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) challenging spending disparities among school districts in Texas, ...
No, the governor of Wisconsin is not running for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.
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Politicized felony charges against former Texas governor Rick Perry were thrown out by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals.