"To me he was clearly more substantive, he was obviously more positive, and he looked like a governor. I mean, Gregg Abbott looked like a governor, and Wendy Davis looked like a governor candidate. Wendy, strategically I think, chose to continue being very negative, which she's done with her paid television ads. She chose to continue being negative in the debate itself. And that is always a dicey strategy because the more negative you are the less you look like someone of stature who could perhaps serve in an office like Governor", Mackowiak said.
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Kudos to this Texas A&M cadet who threw the best block of the game to protect the school's mascot, Reville. After Aggies defender Nick Harvey pushed SMU's Der’rikk Thompson in the end zone, Thompson lost control, heading straight for the dog. That's when a cadet stepped in, showing the receiver away from the unfazed pup.
On Wednesday, the highest criminal court in Texas threw out a state law banning "improper photography" in public, because they believe it violates "free-speech rights." This means everyone has the right to take pictures of you and your children without an consent.
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'True Detective' season 2 rumors have become the Hydra of TV news, wherein the dismissal of any one rumor sees two more (or seven) take its place. Colin Farrell's status among the leading candidates, however, has scarcely been in question since its arrival, and now it seems the Irish actor has at last confirmed his 'True Detective' season 2 casting.
New research may confirm what many have thought for some time: artificial sweeteners like Splenda and Equal cause more problems than they solve when it comes to having a healthier diet.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell finally spoke in public about the league's domestic violence issues during a press conference on Friday, but it's an uninvited guest who had people talking.