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Big names surface in admissions scandal at UT/Austin

Jul 21, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley Now it remains to be seen if there really are ethics violations and if so, will there be consequences. UT officials worked mightily to keep …

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Obama prepares to roll out immigration program in spite of judge’s ruling

Feb 18, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley President Obama and his liberal supporters have been using the federal courts to create new laws about the definition of marriage – and immigration. Obama …

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Lynn Woolley Interviews Texas State Rep. Molly White about Muslim Controversy

Feb 16, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

Texas State Rep. Molly White made news last month when she drew attention to Texas Muslim Capitol Day, sponsored by the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR). She was labeled a …

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Wallace Hall was right about UT admissions – President Powers should be fired.

Feb 13, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley This is much worse than Brian Williams. The president of the University of Texas at Austin has been routinely using his authority to admit the …

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The liberal agenda of Joe Straus

Feb 12, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley Texas House Speaker Joe Straus is not on the same page with many of his more conservative fellow legislators. Straus is a Republican – but …

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Texas State Rep and Three Other Politicians who Took Stand on Islam were Topic of Conversation Among Muslim Leaders who Met With Obama in White House

Feb 8, 2015 No Comments ›› admin

By Ben Barrack One of the American Muslim leaders who visited with Barack Obama at the White House this week revealed that he brought up the name of Texas State …

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Texas Republicans set to fight over IMMIGRATION

Dec 18, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

LOGIC MINUTE by Lynn Woolley When it comes to immigration, Texas is a two-party state – conservative Republicans versus moderate Republicans. There are four major power brokers who are poised …

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Dozens of UT Law’s least qualified students are connected politically

May 13, 2014 No Comments ›› admin

By Jon Cassidy Watchdog.org HOUSTON — Some of the least-qualified graduates of the University of Texas School of Law in recent years have high-level connections in the Legislature, which may …

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