Should Joe Biden Resign? Some Texans Say Yes

Many Texan politicans and residents want President Joe Biden to resign due to the crisis in Afghanistan. For example, the former White House physician, Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-Texas), said that Biden should leave the Oval Office because of his poor cognitive abilities and lack of leadership during a time of crisis.
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The Giant Baked Potatoes At Mississippi’s Memphis Barbecue Company Are Absolutely Spudtacular

If you assumed Memphis Barbecue Company serves great BBQ, you’d be right. However, that’s not all the eatery is known for. Several of the eatery’s apps and sides are just as praiseworthy, including its giant baked potatoes. Absolutely spudtacular, the 1-pound potatoes are stuffed “full of goodness” and sure to hit the spot! For more […] The post The Giant Baked Potatoes At Mississippi’s Memphis Barbecue Company Are Absolutely Spudtacular appeared first on Only In Your State.
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Should Beto take on Abbott for Texas Governor?

“There’s a lot of planning and strategizing behind the scenes. Whatever Beto decides to do is the domino that affects everybody.”. The Republicans are positioning themselves early for the 2022 race for Governor of Texas. Current Governor Greg Abbott is seeking a third term. Other candidates in the Texas gubernatorial race include Republican and Texas GOP Chair Allen West and Don Huffines – a Dallas real estate developer and former state senator who was the first Republican to declare they would run against Abbott.

Wichita Falls Regional Airport displays historic World War II planes

WICHITA FALLS (KFDX/KJTL) — The Commemorative Air Force has brought three World War II planes to Wichita Falls for tours and rides. Starting Friday, September 17, and lasting throughout the weekend, the public is invited out to the Wichita Falls Regional Airport for the opportunity to see some historic World War II planes.

Editorial: Gov. Greg Abbott’s claim that he can ‘eliminate rape’ is absurd, insensitive

Gov. Greg Abbott has responded to critics who point out the lack of a rape exception in the newly-passed Heartbeat Bill by saying he’ll eliminate rape in Texas. “Rape is a crime, and Texas will work tirelessly to make sure that we eliminate all rapists from the streets of Texas by aggressively going out and arresting them and prosecuting them and getting them off the streets," Abbott said at a press conference on Sept. 7. "So goal No. 1 in the state of Texas is to eliminate rape so that no woman, no person, will be a victim of rape."

North Texas Mum Shops In Full Swing: A Look At The History Behind The Tradition

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – Aisles of ribbon, cow bells and bears fill craft stores, while mum shops are in full swing now that it’s homecoming season. Angie Hyde runs Spotlight Mums in Fort Worth and says it’s a Texas tradition that spans almost a century. “The first mums started in the 30s and they started on the wrist and they were really small,” Hyde said. “Since then they have just exploded!” Through the years, styles may change, but every tried and true Texan knows the one tacky fall accessory that never goes out of style. She said it wasn’t until the 1980s that mums...

Historic Texas property lodges onto Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best list for 2021

A reimagined historic landmark tucked away in Austin’s Hyde Park neighborhood continues to garner praise from one of the most popular travel publications on the planet. Commodore Perry Estate, Auberge Resorts Collection, the glamorous 10-acre retreat that was originally built in 1928 as the country home of Nannie Lewette “Lutie” and Commodore Edgar Perry, has been named the No. 1 resort hotel in all of Texas on Travel + Leisure’s 2021 World’s Best list.

City of Amarillo: New state law could bring changes to food inspection reports

AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) - The City of Amarillo’s Environmental Health Department says state law has changed bringing changes to food inspection reports. Anthony Spanel, City of Amarillo’s Environmental Health director says these new laws went into effect August 2021 and it reflects 95 percent of the 2017 FDA food code and 5 percent Texas food establishment rules, this new law does not include a scoring mechanism.

Brooks Koepka: "I am fine and ready to play"

"I'm fine and ready to play Wisconsin's Ryder Cup" Brooks Koepka in a text message sent to GolfWeek turns off the controversy. The arm injury that forced him to retire, during the third round, from the Tour Championship (last act of the FedEx Cup), will soon be just a memory.

Which Airline Launched Each Boeing 737 Variant?

Over 10,700 Boeing 737 aircraft have been produced since 1966. The popular narrowbody has spanned across four generations and continues to be a mainstay in the aviation industry. Today, we take a look at the launch customer of each key variant of the type. There are over 20 variants of...

Local Activists Are Planning an Abortion Rights March in Portland

The Supreme Court’s decision to allow a Texas rule prohibiting almost all abortions after six weeks reverberated immediately in Portland, both in public indignation (see: the Portland City Council’s now-reversed call to divest from the Lone Star State and subsequent $200,000 donation to reproductive health programs) and in a furious and intentional round of private organizing.

Bitcoin Lender Celsius Joins BlockFi on Texas and New Jersey’s Target Lists

BlockFi, the New Jersey-based cryptocurrency lending company, has faced scrutiny from state securities regulators all summer over its high-interest crypto savings accounts. Coinbase, too, has been warned by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) that it will be sued if it launches its high-yield Lend program. Now Celsius, a...

Is Fort Worth the Next Great American Booze City?

As a booze enthusiast and native Texan, I’m quite proud of how far the state has come in terms as how we brew, distill, harvest and imbibe. In fact, Texas — boasting more than 130 distilleries — now trails just California, New York and Washington in terms of its sheer volume of producers. And one Texas town that’s been right at the forefront of that movement is Fort Worth.

Niall Kearney surprisingly leads Dutch Open

Not a brilliant start for the Azzurri at the Dutch Open, the European Tour golf tournament. In Holland, after the first lap, the Roman Renato Paratore is 73 / o with 72 (par) and precedes the Florentine Lorenzo Gagli, 93 / o with 73 (+1), and the Bolzano Aron Zemmer, 135 / o with 77 (+5).