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Ted Cruz ‘taking steps’ to renounce Canadian citizenship

Joanna Walters, theguardian.com Senator Ted Cruz has said that he is taking steps to renounce his mysterious Canadian citizenship – in a move he insists does not in any way indicate a run for the White House in 2016. The junior senator from Texas, who made a name for himself…

Texas mayor: Plant explosion changed how I think about government aid

The mayor of a Texas town devastated by a fertilizer plant explosion told the Dallas Morning News that the disaster has changed his views on the state’s laissez-faire view of business regulation. Watching his townspeople struggle to hew their lives back together in the six months since the explosion ripped…

Texas teen accused of drugging and pimping 15-year-old classmate

Police in Irving, Texas, charged a 17-year-old boy with plying a 15-year-old girl with marijuana, alcohol and Xanax and making her have sex with adult men for money and drugs from April 29 to May 2, the Dallas Morning News reported on Tuesday. Authorities told the newspaper that Travis Lekas…

Hedges: ‘Corporations have carried out a coup d’état in my country’

In an interview published Monday, taken in Times Square during Saturday’s global day of protests, Pulitzer-winning writer Chris Hedges explained his view of the “Occupy Wall Street” movement and why he’s supporting it. “I spent 20 years overseas, I’m a war correspondent,” he said. “I came back and realized that…

Gunman kills five at Texas roller skating rink

WASHINGTON — A gunman killed five people during a birthday party at a roller skating rink in Texas before turning the gun on himself, police said. The shooting in the town of Grand Prairie occurred after a fight broke out at a birthday party, said a police official who spoke…

TX: GOP congressional candidate: violent overthrow of government is ‘on the table’

Holy mother of dog, this is the Texas GOP in 2010. This guy is referred to as “Constitutionalist Pastor” Stephen Broden. (Dallas Morning News): Republican congressional candidate Stephen Broden stunned his party Thursday, saying he would not rule out violent overthrow of the government if elections did not produce a…

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