Texas sues Biden for seventh time, demands return to Trump’s border policies

U.S. 04/23/21, 16:42

Texas has filed a new federal lawsuit against President Joe Biden, arguing that his policies violate federal law, are not helping the critical overflow situation on the southern border with Mexico, and are also causing a significant influx of illegal aliens infected with the CCP (corona) Virus, endangering public health ...

Time for change in combating COVID-19, reopened states lead the way

U.S. 04/18/21, 19:31

As Texas and Florida continue to resume ordinary activities while eschewing COVID-19 restrictions, it is time to start considering if the mask mandates are still the most effective measurements to guarantee public health or otherwise. The virus outbreak reached America last year, being an airborne disease that is highly transmissive. For ...

Texas: Transgender sport ban for students bill passes Senate

U.S. 04/18/21, 15:55

The Texas Senate passed a bill on Thursday to ban transgender student-athletes at public schools from participating in sports with their preferred gender.  Senate Bill 29 was approved in an 18-12 vote, with Republicans taking the majority, suggesting a mandate for athletes in Texas public high schools and elementary schools to ...

Fully vaccinated organ recipient dies of coronavirus in Dallas County

U.S. 04/18/21, 02:59

Fifteen people died in Dallas County on Friday, April 16, from the CCP (COVID-19) Virus,  including one person who was an organ transplant recipient that had received both doses of the vaccine. According to the CDC, 7% of people with breakthrough infections have been hospitalized in the U.S., and 74 individuals, ...

Texas cop shot in ambush at traffic stop, suspect shooter in custody

U.S. 04/15/21, 17:10

A Burleson police officer was shot multiple times as he got ambushed in a traffic stop in the early morning of Wednesday, April 14. The suspect, identified as 39 years old Jerry Don Elders, was later apprehended in the afternoon in Gainesville, Texas. Officer Joshua Lott was making a traffic stop ...

Mass shooting in Bryan, Texas: one dead and multiple injured

U.S. 04/10/21, 18:37

On Thursday, April 8, a mass shootings occurred in an industrial park at Kent Moore Cabinets, an on-demand cabinet manufacturing company in Bryan, Texas. At least one person died, and several others were wounded in the shooting. "I've been working with @TxDPS & TX Rangers as they assist local law enforcement on a swift ...

Contrasting reality of COVID cases in strict and loose states

News 04/09/21, 18:33

The irony of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or COVID-19 cases reportedly rising in states that continue to impose strict control whereas the southern regions with more relaxed prevention attitudes see cases drop. Since March 1, states that still require masks, such as Connecticut, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, ...

Gov. Abbott: No Texan will be forced to have ‘vaccine passport’

News 04/06/21, 23:35

Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) released an executive order banning vaccine passports—a digital method of vaccine monitoring that has been debated within the Biden administration—on Tuesday, April 6, in the Lone Star State. “As I have said all along, these vaccines are always voluntary and never forced,” Abbott said. He said that ...

One month after mask mandate lifted in Texas, CCP Virus cases keep dropping

News 04/06/21, 23:15

The number of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Virus or coronavirus cases and deaths decreased more than a month after Texas Governor Greg Abbott declared a complete reopening and reversal of the mask mandate. The state now has the lowest number of regular new coronavirus cases since June 2020. Since Abbott revoked ...

8-year-old gets CCP Virus vaccine by mistake in Dallas Texas

U.S. 04/04/21, 15:02

An 8-year-old boy recently received a CCP Virus (coronavirus) vaccine dose by mistake at a Dallas County drive-up vaccine facility run by first responders in Grand Prairie, Texas, according to a report. The three CCP Virus vaccines currently available in the United States are only for people 18 and older or ...

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