This isn’t first time a judge’s ruling considered political rhetoric

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It may or may not be right for judges to look to political rhetoric when ruling on laws, but the precedent is clear.

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Ruling voiding three congressional districts could have gone other way

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Decision may have gone other way if one of the judges hadn’t been punished over an earlier ruling in the case.

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Will ghosts of Yanaguana haunt the River Walk and Mayor Ivy Taylor?

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The bidding for one of San Antonio’s most lucrative franchises has once again become the source of controversy.

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America is an amazing assimilation machine

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In the 1840s and 1850s, Americans worried that masses of Irish and German Catholic immigrants would never assimilate.

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Lamar Smith's recommendation on where to find the truth

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Smith recently took to the House floor to complain how the “national liberal media” are covering President Donald Trump.

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School-choice bill in Texas Senate loose on accountability

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The bill now being considered in the Senate is more than weak on accountability. It is hostile to it.

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Let's help low-income families stay in areas affluent families are gentrifying

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As neighborhoods gentrify, we should help families stay in their homes as property values and rents rise.

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Burst of philanthropy has taken San Antonio to new level

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In the past decade or two, San Antonio has seen a burst of philanthropy that challenges the perception of it as a poor city.

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Like other cities, San Antonio creating much of its own good fortune

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San Antonio and other U.S. cities are booming. Meanwhile, look for San Antonio to keep doing well.

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When tweets get scary

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Two tweets in the past week have Rick Casey frightened. One for the near future, the other for the distant future.

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How 24-hour cable news shaped the presidential election

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Cable news blows up every controversy and tragedy into major events in order to attract and hold viewers, Rick Casey says.

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A brief course on political anatomy

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Two of the major controversies dogging Hillary Clinton have involved three men apparently suffering from testosterone poisoning.

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When it comes to rigging elections, South San ISD leads the way

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In 2004, the Express-News published a lengthy article on the most common form of election fraud, as practiced in South San.

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Making America great — for everyone

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The lead story Wednesday in the Express-News was headlined, “Trump says S.A.’s mayor should be feeling shame.”

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