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Texas Steps Up Border Militarization with Deployment of 10 Armored Carriers ☞ Breitbart

“Governor Abbott’s office added, ‘The personnel carriers are being trucked to security points along the border to enhance protection amid increasing cartel-driven criminal activity. The lifting of Title 42 later this month could lead to a massive influx of illegal immigrants, allowing criminals to further exploit gaps where federal authorities are inundated with migrant processing.’”

White House urged Texas officials not to declare migrant emergency: Sources ☞ New York Post

“At least three of the El Paso City Council’s eight members have urged Mayor Oscar Leeser to issue an emergency declaration in response to the thousands of migrants who’ve filled the city’s shelters and are being housed in local hotels, sources familiar with the matter said.But Leeser admitted during a private phone conversation last month that he’d been directed otherwise by the Biden administration, one of the officials told The Post.”

SCOTUS TIME? Fifth Circuit Blocks Texas ‘Free Speech’ Law ☞ Newsbusters

“The order reversed a decision in September that upheld the law. Last month, NewsBusters reported that Fifth Circuit Judge Adam Oldham rejected the idea that ‘corporations have a freewheeling First Amendment right to censor what people say’… Wednesday’s court order indicates that the motion was unopposed by Texas, suggesting that the state is waiting to see if the Supreme Court decides to hear the case.”

Texas Pete Hot Sauce Isn’t Made In Texas So Some Guy Is Suing ☞ Outkick

“Defendant has cheated its way to a market-leading position in the $3 billion-dollar hot-sauce industry at the expense of law-abiding competitors and consumers nationwide who desire authentic Texas hot sauce and reasonably, but incorrectly, believe that is what they are getting when they purchase Texas Pete,” the suit reads.

Supreme Court Blocks Texas Law Restraining Social Media Companies ☞ Newsmax.com

“The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday blocked a Texas law that bars large social media companies from banning or censoring users based on ‘viewpoint,’ siding with two technology industry groups that have argued that the Republican-backed measure would turn platforms into ‘havens of the vilest expression imaginable.’ “

Emily D West ☞ Women in Texas History

“Given the history of female prisoners of war, however, it is more likely that she was a victim of sexual assault than that she seduced General Santa Ana to save Texas.”

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