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New Map Destroys The Lie That Planned Parenthood Is Vital For ‘Women’s Health’


The supporters and vehement defenders of the baby butchers at Planned Parenthood constantly use the argument that without their abortion factories, women’s health would suffer.

They say that women will not have access to potentially life-saving procedures such as mammograms. They make such claims despite the fact that they do not perform mammograms. Instead, they refer women to providers who perform such …….. read more here. 



Mayoral Opponent Bell Says Former Sheriff Must Answer For Jail

Image: Fox 26 screen shot 


HOUSTON (FOX 26) – Six fired, 29 suspended – the April bloodbath at the Harris County Jail put yet another dent in Sheriff Adrian Garcia’s reputation as an effective administrator of the nation’s third largest jail.

The mass terminations and punishment capped a seven year tenure riddled with jail related controversy – officers having sex with inmates, inmates raping other inmates and inmates dying after confrontations with jailers. In the minds of many, it just never seemed to get better. For mayoral candidate Garcia, management of the troubled jail looms as a potentially damaging portion of an otherwise solid resume.

In terms of political liability, Fox 26 asked ……….. read more here. 

By Greg Groogan, Special Projects Reporter

Trial of Johnny Amaya, a former county director, starts today

Opening statements began today in the trial of Johnny Amaya, former Webb County water utilities director, and another man who are both accused of tampering with governmental records and engaging in organized criminal activity.

Jury selection in ……….. read more here.

By César G. Rodriguez
Laredo Morning Times

Pastor John Hagee defends Texas Jewish neighborhood after night of terror

Photo: Courtesy of Christians United for Israel


The Federal Bureau of Investigation says they have identified at least one person they believe is responsible for terrorizing a predominantly Jewish neighborhood in San Antonio.

Dozens of homes and cars were vandalized August 12 with anti-Semitic graffiti and rocks. Swastikas were spray-painted on Jewish memorials, the letters “KKK” and other racially charged language. The word “Jew” was plastered across an SUV.

The attack has been classified as a ……….. read more here. 

By Todd Starnes

Mexican drug cartel leader killed during 3-hour shootout


A three-hour shootout and ambulance hijacking in a public plaza in Buenaventura, Chihuahua, near Juarez, left the leader of the La Línea cartel dead on Sunday.

Rafael Chavira Rentería, who goes by the alias “El Borrego,” was killed by gunmen from the Sinaloa Cartel during the shootout, according to Mexican news site Proceso.

Another member of …….. read more here.


By Rebecca Salinas
San Antonio Express-News

University of Texas delays removal of Jefferson Davis statue

(Dborah Cannon / Associated Press)

A university worker removes graffiti from a statue of Jefferson Davis on the south mall at the University of Texas in Austin.
The University of Texas at Austin said it would delay plans to relocate the statues of Jefferson Davis and Woodrow Wilson, after the Sons of Confederate Veterans requested a temporary restraining order in a state district court on Friday afternoon.

The decision came a day after university officials announced they would move the statue of Confederate President Davis from the center of its campus in Austin, but allow the statues of other Confederate figures, including one of Robert E. Lee, to remain.

The Davis statue is scheduled to be installed at the University of Texas Briscoe Center for American History, where officials have said that it will become part of an educational exhibit.

A site for the Wilson statue, which will be relocated to maintain symmetry on the campus’ Main Mall, has not been determined.

On Saturday, a spokesman for the Sons of Confederate Veterans said the decision to remove the statues within 72 hours had not given the group proper time to investigate the university’s legal authority to do so.

“These statues have stood in place for …….. read more here.

By NATALIE SCHACHAR – University of Texas at Austin Woodrow Wilson History

Sheriff’s Office searching for driver of drug-laden vehicle

The Webb County Sheriff’s Office seized over the weekend three large plastic bags containing 59 pounds of marijuana.


Webb County Sheriff’s Office deputies are searching for a driver of a drug-laden vehicle who eluded capture.

A deputy patrolling Cuatro Vientos Road over the weekend attempted to stop a blue GMC Envoy for a ……….. read more here.

New Report: Massive Immigration Surge from Mexico


The Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) has published another blockbuster report on immigration numbers, and their analysis foreshadows a troubling trend of growing illegal immigration.  Using the most up-to-date census data, they have uncovered a trend that has been lost from some of the traditional immigration-related data published by the Department of Homeland Security, which tends to lag behind the most recent trends.

To begin with, this report reaffirms the known reality of record high levels of immigration across the board and from ……… read more here.

By: Daniel Horowitz

Why hasn’t Straus condemned anti-Semitic vandalism in San Antonio?!?



Considering the history, anti-Semitic vandalism is ALWAYS something to take seriously.

Unfortunately, there was a wave of it in San Antonio Wednesday morning:

Racist and anti-Semitic symbols including swastikas were painted on more than 30 cars, homes, buildings and signs in a predominately Jewish neighborhood in San Antonio, prompting a police investigation, authorities said on Wednesday.

The graffiti was ………. read more here.

by Cahnman

Autopsies Released for Bikers Killed in Twin Peaks Shooting

A rugged cross has been erected at the site of the Twin Peaks shooting, which happened in the parking lot.

WACO (August 13, 2015) Judge Walter H. “Pete” Peterson on Thursday released final autopsy reports in connection with the nine motorcycle riders who died on May 17 in the Twin Peaks biker gang shootout.

The preliminary autopsy reports released months ago confirmed all nine died of gunshot wounds and the final reports supported those conclusions but provided much more detail about those wounds and other issues discovered in the autopsies.

Jesus Delgado Rodriguez, 65, died of gunshot wounds from a medium-caliber weapon that fired a copper-jacketed bullet, the final autopsy report says.

One of the bullets entered the left side of his face, the other entered the right side of his back.

There was no soot or stippling associated with the wounds, indicating the bullets were fired from several feet away.

Toxicology performed in association with the ……….. read more here.


By: KWTX Staff