It's curious to watch liberal Mainstream Media (Fake News Outlets) like the local San Antonio Express-News criticize Sinclair Broadcasting for being "biased" because they are speaking out against fake news. On April 2, Jeanne Jakle wrote an article in the SA Express-News criticizing Sinclair for mandating that their news anchors speak out against "fake news".
The Texas Tribune reported today (Friday, March 30) that Crystal Mason was indicted on a charge of illegal voting in Tarrant County. But what is interesting is how the Texas Tribune, one of most liberal media outlets in Texas, reported the news items.
Reporter Meagan Flynn wrote, "The case is yet another illustration of Texas's zealous crackdown on voter fraud, a problem that state GOP leaders have described as "rampant" in the past but for which they have yet to provide hard proof, save for isolated cases "such as Mason". The reporter is "ditorializing" with the phrase zealous crackdown".
On Wednesday, Aug. 23, U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos, a Hispanic Democrat appointed by Obama, rejected a watered-down version of the voter ID law that was signed by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott earlier this year. Judge Ramos’ new ruling came three years after she struck down the earlier version of the law.
Ramos was recommended by Texas Democrats during Obama administration for the federal bench in the Southern District of Texas. She was also supported by Republican Senators Kay Bailey Hutchison and John Cornyn, and confirmed by the U.S. Senate on August 2, 2011.
The ruling blocked Texas from enforcing its revamped voter identification law, claiming that the Texas state legislature’s attempt to loosen the law did not go far enough and still perpetuated discrimination against black and Hispanic voters.
It's a good job if you can get it. First San Antonio has a city manager that is paid almost half-a-million dollars a year, now there's a the Alamo CEO Doug McDonald, a Yankee from Ohio, who gets paid $2000/daily.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush, negotiated the deal. McDonald will manage the designing, planning and developing of the Alamo's "re-imagining".
At that salary, will McDonald leave us a Shrine that honors Texans and their the fight for Texas liberty, or will it be a watered down version that appeals to the "globalist" point of view? Will the Alamo cenotaph be moved?
“In this enlightened age, there are few I believe, but what will acknowledge, that slavery as an institution is a moral and political evil in any country.”
All Americans would certainly agree with the statement above- and in a moment I’ll identify the man who wrote it.
The current effort by the San Antonio City Council to remove the Confederate statue in Travis Park is among many similar efforts underway across Texas and the South. As a descendant of several Confederate veterans, and a member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, you may be surprised to learn that I can support the removal of San Antonio’s Confederate monument.