It doesn't take long to realize why Congressman Bill Flores was elected to represent Texas. He oozes the traditional characteristics that make up the Lone Star state. One of six children with a father in the military, he started delivering papers at age 10 and then worked on a ranch in Stratford, Texas. His conservative, blue collar roots have paved the way for his chairmanship of the conservative haven in the House.
Not so fast.
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Please don't run, sir.
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Yes and no.
SCOTUS will end this term with unanimous decisions in more than half of its cases.