Author: Barbara Radnofsky 

Barbara Radnofsky is a prominent Houston lawyer. In 2006, she left her partnership at Vinson & Elkins in Houston and emerged from the Texas Democratic Primary and Runoff as the first woman Texas Democratic Party U.S. Senate nominee. She lost in the general election. In 2010, she emerged from the Primary as the first woman Democratic Texas Attorney General nominee, losing in the general election to then-Attorney General Greg Abbott, who went on to become Texas Governor, where he still sits. She is the author of Melville House’s A Citizen’s Guide to Impeachment (2017).

Not Police Cowardice in Uvalde. Nor Weak Gun Laws. Highest Concern of Gov. Greg Abbott is Polished Image Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s tragic theme that brave cops prevented what “could’ve been much worse” in the Uvalde school massacre is a sad and continuing lie. In truth, bad cops thwarted both heroic good cops and parents who tried to save lives. Yet Abbott and some other State of Texas officials try to minimize the role of cowardly or incompetent cops in the Uvalde school massacre. They show more concern for their public images than the horrors to victims, families, loved ones.…

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