AUSTIN, TX — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton wants to investigate the policies and practices regarding content moderation as well as information as to why social media app Parler was deplatformed by Google, Amazon, and Apple.
AUSTIN, TX — An investigation by Project Veritas whose reporters went undercover with hidden cameras to expose an alleged ballot harvesting scheme in San Antonio has resulted in an arrest, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said Wednesday morning.
WASHINGTON, DC — Congressman August Pfluger’s bad week started the day he was sworn in to represent Congressional District 11 that stretches from Granbury to Llano, across the west side of the Texas Hill Country to San Angelo, and then to the Permian Basin cities of Midland and Odessa. The ceremony was private because of the pandemic. Flanked by his family, Pfluger took the oath of office administered by U.S. House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy. He was joined by his wife, Camille and three daughters, Vivian, Caroline, and Juliana.
WASHINGTON, DC — As the U.S. House reconvened after being interrupted by protestors who breached the Capitol building Wednesday, it seemed the air had escaped the balloon for lawmakers to reject electors from key battleground states and delay Joe Biden’s election as the next U.S. president.