• March 1, 2021

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El Paso County joins lawsuit against President Trump seeking to

El Paso County officials announced Friday afternoon that they have joined several states, cities, and counties in a lawsuit against President Donald Trump for attempting to – in their words – “once again, illegally leave millions out of the apportionment base that establishes the number of members in the House of Representatives that each state […]Read More

“The farmers are sticking with Trump”: President Trump touts new

President Donald Trump touted the recent passage of a new North American trade deal as he spoke to thousands of farmers and ranchers Sunday at the American Farm Bureau Federation’s convention in Austin. The president’s 14th visit to Texas since he took office came days after Congress passed the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement — and the U.S. Senate […]Read More

Donald Trump endorses U.S. Sen. John Cornyn for re-election

President Donald Trump endorsed the re-election bid Thursday of U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, who is seeking his fourth term in 2020. “Senator John Cornyn has done an outstanding job for the people of Texas,” Trump tweeted. “He is strong on Crime, the Border, the Second Amendment and loves our Military and Vets. John has my complete […]Read More

Video: Daily Nerd Brief September 11 2018

I got the Nerdy News you need to get you through the day. MOVIES Blumhouse wants to revive Scream and I Know What You Did Last Summer Jordan Peele wants to remake Candyman TV FX’s Mayans M.C. has highest record ratings Bob Newhart to reprise Professor Proton role on Big Bang Theory Care Bears: Unlock […]Read More

McCaul, Castro and O’Rourke Give Cornyn’s Senate Seat a Look

WASHINGTON — At least three members of the U.S. House are mulling a run for a possible U.S. Senate vacancy, should President Donald Trump appoint U.S. Sen. John Cornyn as the new FBI director. U.S. Rep. Michael McCaul, an Austin Republican, is one of those hopefuls for the would-be vacancy, along with Democratic U.S. Reps. Joaquin Castro of San Antonio and Beto […]Read More

U.S. Reps. Hurd, Castro Rally for Bipartisanship on the Border

During a “bipartisan, bilingual, binational” rally, U.S. Reps. Will Hurd and Joaquin Castro spoke out against President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. In sweltering heat, U.S. Rep. Will Hurd and the mayors of the border towns of Del Rio and Ciudad Acuña held hands — presumably sweaty ones — with residents from both sides of […]Read More

Election 2016: Early Voting Begins; Info, Links and More

After what seems like years in the making, Borderland residents and their fellow Texans  can finally hit the polls starting Monday to let their voice be heard via early voting. From the $668m dollar bond requested by El Paso ISD to the race for El Paso County Sheriff, voters have much more than just the Presidential Race to decide. […]Read More

Clinton and Trump are Night and Day, so Why are

For someone who has followed the 2016 presidential race since its earliest days, the concept of an undecided voter might be hard to fathom. Hillary Clinton declared her candidacy on April 12, 2015. Donald Trump threw his “Make America Great Again” hat down the golden escalator of Trump Tower and into the ring two months […]Read More