Texas governor Rick Perry is expected to announce his bid for the White House tomorrow. His supporters call his economic policies the Texas miracle, but they fail to mention the billions of dollars in federal money used to support it. We're Keeping Them Honest. Plus, in Crime and Punishment, the audio tapes used to convict polygamist sect leader Warren Jeffs of sexual assault of a child. They brought many of the jurors to tears. We'll play some of it for you tonight and talk with two former member of Jeffs' sect.
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