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Forrest Wilder
Editor of the Texas Observer. Piss and vinegar. Native Texan. Plus: fishing, kayaking, gardening and rock climbing.
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Forrest Wilder 2m
Awooooooooooooooo! (wolf whistle}
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Forrest Wilder 5h
Texas opponents of Trump's border wall are running into a wall of secrecy
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Forrest Wilder 7h
Have you heard about 's lonely quest to execute an intellectually disabled man? Even prosecutors and Ken Starr (yes, that Ken Starr) think executing Bobby Moore would be unjust.
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Forrest Wilder 7h
Replying to @davidmcswane
i do, man, i do
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Tim Murphy 8h
a real problem with approvingly citing law enforcement/military on the border in 1916 is that it was basically ethnic cleansing ;
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Forrest Wilder 10h
Because all successful political parties are built on tossing out enthusiastic supporters...
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Trump's wall is happening, folks
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Gus Bova 13h
Some RGV residents, including civil rights lawyers, trying to get into a Border Patrol "stakeholder" meeting about the wall. I was not allowed in and told media will be allowed at an unspecified date in future. Unclear if they will get in.
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John Wright Nov 13
This would need a two-thirds majority in both chambers, as well as a majority public vote next November. I suspect this won't happen given that many Republicans in the hope will be overturned so they can enforce the amendment again
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
By his mid-20s, Casey Gerald — who grew up poor in Oak Cliff, Dallas — had an eye-popping résumé and an impressive career. So why did he walk away from the “circus of success”? on Dallas native's 's new memoir
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
This is in a city where stray dogs regularly injure and kill people in poor neighborhoods
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chris hooks Nov 13
san antonio mayor deserves credit for being one of the few municipal leaders i'm aware of tell amazon to get bent early on
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
Replying to @DMagazine
"In Dallas, Amazon would have exaggerated the worst tendencies of re-urbanization to drive out locally nurtured, bottom-up drivers of urban culture and replace them with a monoculture," writes in this thoughtful post-mortem on HQ2
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
Dallas was willing to all but tuck Amazon employees into bed at night for that sweet HQ2
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
"An 'Amazon Go Team"'of municipal employees at city hall to answer questions and accelerate the process for issues from permits to zoning issues. Estimated value of $1 million."
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diane 🦝 Nov 13
PSA: is a science and medicine hero. When he speaks, everyone should stop and listen to every last word.
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
Dr. Hotez on anti-vaxxers and the cervical cancer vaccine: “We’re condemning a whole generation of girls and women to cervical cancer. Over what? Over crap.”
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Forrest Wilder Nov 13
Thank you, sir!
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Forrest Wilder Nov 11
She and , both elected last week, will together be the first Latinas to represent Texas in Congress.
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