Lone Star Reports

Karl Rove moves quickly to distort facts in attempt to discredit the film

A controversy both Karl Rove and George W. Bush likely thought was safely buried in the past has resurfaced with the release of the new motion picture "Truth", starring Robert Redford as legendary journalist Dan Rather and Cate Blanchett as producer Mary Mapes, which opened in Texas and across the country last weekend.

Dallas Sheriff quickly exposes Abbott’s weakness

Earlier this week, Greg Abbott sent a letter to Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez on her policy for enforcing laws involving undocumented immigrants. The letter was a political exercise without any real substance. Rather than showing strength or expertise in law enforcement, Abbott exposed weakness by displaying a lack of knowledge about the situation in Dallas County.

Statement by Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle

"With Ken Paxton, Texans are stuck with a part-time AG and a full-time criminal defendant. Ken Paxton has come to define illegal and unethical behavior in a public official. Paxton needs to leave the AG office and devote all of his time to avoiding the state penitentiary."

As you know, the Texas congressional and state house districts remain under challenge before a three-judge federal court in San Antonio. In a memo earlier this month, I laid out the status of the case and background on the issues being considered by the Court.

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Abbott’s words and actions on refugees expose a fearful and dangerous nature

In the hours and days following the terrorist attack in Paris, Greg Abbott had a responsibility to speak constructively on the refugee problem, to reassure worried Texans and help undermine the goals of the ISIS terrorist network. He failed this basic test of leadership.

Paxton avoids substance to lash out at judge and criticize procedure

In a flurry of legal filings yesterday, Ken Paxton demanded that the criminal felony indictments against him be dismissed. None of his motions or related filings address the substantive charges that led to his felony criminal indictments for fraud and swindling.

Karl Rove moves quickly to distort facts in attempt to discredit the film

A controversy both Karl Rove and George W. Bush likely thought was safely buried in the past has resurfaced with the release of the new motion picture "Truth", starring Robert Redford as legendary journalist Dan Rather and Cate Blanchett as producer Mary Mapes, which opened in Texas and across the country last weekend.

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