Joe Cunningham is a Senior Editor at RedState.com and occasional contributor to TheHayride.com. He hails from Natchitoches, Louisiana, where he grew up and attended college, earning a degree in broadcast journalism and sociology. He worked in radio at KNOC 1450 in Natchitoches before moving to Lafayette with his family. He worked as a sports and lifestyles editor in Abbeville before teaching in Lafayette Parish. Married with two daughters, Joe is as much a cooking fanatic as he is a political junkie, sharing both his takes on the news of the day and the recipes he's cooking on his own daily newsletter.
One of the Safest College Campuses in the Country is Right Next Door in Texas
For parents about to send their kids to college, the worries can be overwhelming. Sending your child to a new city or even a new state, even Texas, is a big deal.
Dangerous Bacterial Outbreak in 11 States Including Texas, Linked to Mexican Cheese
Texas is one of several states feeling the impact of the food recall and the listeria outbreak.
Texas Customer Shocks Internet With Nearly $750 Buc-ee’s Receipt – What Did They Buy?!
Buc-ee's isn't a cheap stop, and a Texas woman shared with Facebook just how much her shopping spree cost.
What Does It Mean When You See a Green Porch Light in Texas?
Have you ever been driving around in the evening in your Texas town and seen different-colored lights on people's porches?
Texas Man Makes $250,000 per Month Selling Buc-ee’s Snacks Online
It's a pretty sure bet that people love Buc-ee's enough to order its goods from an online store.
Alabama Crimson Tide Head Coach Nick Saban Announces Retirement
According to new reports, the legendary Alabama coach is leaving the game after 26 total seasons as a head coach.
This $50 Million Houston Home Is the Most Expensive House For Sale in Texas
The home is surrounded by a bayou and gorgeous, lush greenery, making this Texas home perfect (if you can scrape together the cash).
Did You Know? The First Capital of Texas Was in Louisiana
Since "Louisiana" and "Texas" did not exist in the 1700s like they do now, there is some confusion as to where French territory ended and Spanish territory began.
It’s So Hot That Buc-ee’s Face Melted Off in Madisonville, Texas
The face of the Buc-ee's mascot looked like a post-apocalyptic horror instead of a welcoming smile.
Trump Surrenders at Miami Federal Courthouse, Will Hear Charges Against Him
The Republican candidate is currently the frontrunner for the 2024 nomination, but this indictment could prove problematic.