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Maybe Sid Will Get Story on Mississippi Trip Straight

Ah, who is Red kidding?  The Texas Tribune reports that Texas Agricultural Commissioner Sid “Cupcake” Miller has come up with yet a third explanation for why his trip to participate in the Dixie National Rodeo in Mississippi was billed to the taxpayers.  349 more words

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Sid Miller Uses Tax Dollars to Promote - Wait for It - Sid Miller

Red knows that many elected office holders will attempt to use their office to keep their name in front of the voters as much as possible and gratify their all-consuming egos.  144 more words

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If Texas state government were a rodeo, Sid Miller could be the clown

If you’re a fan of sketch comedy, Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller is your boy. He does some hysterical stuff, and lots of it is plenty sketchy. 561 more words

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Now it's serious for Sid Miller

In 2001, the American-Statesman profiled a new legislator on the Capitol block, one 45-year-old Sid Miller of Stephenville. Miller was described as “an unabashed conservative,” and like a lot of freshman lawmakers, he had come to Austin with high hopes of serving his constituents and making a difference. 599 more words

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Now it's serious for Sid Miller

In 2001, the American-Statesman profiled a new legislator on the Capitol block, one 45-year-old Sid Miller of Stephenville. Miller was described as “an unabashed conservative,” and like a lot of freshman lawmakers, he had come to Austin with high hopes of serving his constituents and making a difference. 599 more words

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Texas Rangers Investigating Sid Miller

The Texas Tribune reports that the Texas Rangers are now investigating Texas Agriculture Commissioner and Tea Party Hero Sid Miller of Stephenville.  The Rangers are investigating two trips Miller took to Oklahoma and Mississippi that were charged to the State but appear to have been for personal reasons.   158 more words

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Sid Miller investigated after 'Jesus shot' treatment

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Public corruption investigators in Texas confirmed Wednesday they are looking into the state’s agriculture chief after allegations arose that he used taxpayer funds to obtain a so-called “Jesus shot” in Oklahoma, an injection marketed as curing pain for life. 1,008 more words

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