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Texas Congressman Giving Away Assault Riffle in Campaign Contest

Talk about shotgun politics.

Ordinary citizens, campaign contributors and perhaps even multiple felons now have the opportunity to win a free assault riffle, courtesy of Texas Congressman Steve Stockman.

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El Paso Mayoral Candidates Talk To Mike And Tricia Mornings

El Paso voters are going to choose a new mayor on May 11th, and 8 candidates are running for the spot.  This week, Mike and Tricia Mornings is getting to know them.

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Texas Organization Giving Away Free Guns to Residents

Texas is now giving away free guns to homeowners living in neighborhoods suffering from high crime rates. A new, nonprofit group called the Armed Citizens Project is generating some controversy because they are giving away free pump-action shotguns to citizens seeking protection against the perils of their living environment.

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Texas Judge Rules Against Strip Clubs With Sexual One-Liners

A federal judge in Texas issued a ruling earlier this week in the case that he ever so shockingly and sarcastically referred to as “The Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikini Top vs. The (more) Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Pastie.”

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Fort Bliss Education Sevices College Fair

Team Bliss Education Services officials will conduct an Education Services College Fair Thursday and Friday, May 2nd and 3rd.

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Texas District Attorney Apologizes From Jail for Drinking and Driving

Publicly apologizing from jail for breaking the law can’t be easy, especially if you are one of those technically responsible for upholding it. However, that didn’t stop Travis County, Texas District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg from posting a written apology from a state correctional facility over the weekend for drinking and driving at over three times the legal limit.

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Today Is The First Day Of Early Voting In El Paso Elections

El Paso will be voting for a new mayor starting today.  If you're still not sure what the candidates stand for, keep reading. . .

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Texas House Votes to Make False Bomb Threats a Felony Offense

Making phony bomb threats across Texas is no laughing matter, and soon making them on college campuses could result in felony charges.

Earlier this week, the House passed a bill asking for the inclusion of public and private colleges to the list of places where creating false alarms is a felony offense. This is primarily due to an onslaught of fake bomb threats being made across some Texas campuses that have resulted in public panic and mass evacuations.

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How Does Snopes Work?

A lot of times after a major event like the Boston Marathon bombings, pictures and stories start flooding the internet that are faked.  Snopes.com comes in handy to keep from spreading that stuff, but not everyone knows about it.  Isn't that something that everyone should know?  What other things should everyone know how to do?

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Texas Judge Says Animal Snuff Films Protected Under First Amendment

It is your First Amendment right in the Lone Star state to videotape the savage abuse and brutal killings of animals.

At least that is according to the latest ruling by U.S. District Judge Sim Lake, a federal judge in Texas, who announced earlier this week that animal “snuff” or “crush” films, as they are commonly referred to, are protected as Freedom of Speech.

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Texas House Votes to Put an End to the Lottery

The state of Texas could stand to lose over $1 billion in annual revenue, since earlier today, members of the House surprisingly voted to do away with the Texas Lottery Commission – forever.

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Texas House Passes Bill: El Paso Drivers Still Can’t Use a Cell Phone and Drive

After a much spirited and heated debate, the Texas House finally passed a bill earlier this week that would ban texting and driving. However, El Paso didn’t go down without a fight, as there was reportedly only a couple of votes standing in the way of overturning the cities ban on all cellphone use while behind the wheel.

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