The more we find out about Republicans plan to dig themselves out of the financial hole they have created, the less we like it. It is now clear that Republicans are pushing a 1 cent increase in the sales tax, and want to dedicate 20% of that tax …
Last week Republican leaders came out in favor of a tax increase.
Now it MIGHT not be as bad as it sounds. The jury is still out due to the lack of details leaders are making on their …
Representative Briscoe Cain called out an educator in his District for ideological indoctrination that was forced on students.
A 7th grade teacher in Cain's district required their students to read an essay titled "Trump Against American Values". The teacher then required students to answer the question "What should the reader infer from this essay?". Students were given 4 options to choose from.
- The United States Will Impeach Donald Trump
- Other Americans are also offended by Donald Trump
- Mexican Americans are the major group upset with Donald Trump
- Future generations will have to deal with racism
What started out as conjecture and conspiracy has become a reality in Texas.
George P. Bush is teaming up with the city of San Antonio to re-write history and put Native American statues in the Alamo complex.
This is all part of San Antonio's plan to make the new Alamo …
This week we talk about the Texas Legislature- and the fact that the portion of the Republican agenda that grows government is flying through the process, while property tax reform efforts have stalled.
Some might be surprised about how blatant Democrats are being on their plans to use the elected positions they have to manipulate the vote in the upcoming 2020 general election.
Just last week Julian Castro, a Democrat presidential candidate from Texas, talked proudly about how Democrats are now in control of the local county positions in all of the major urban centers like San Antonio, Dallas and Houston. He discussed how advantageous it will be for Democrats heading into the election, since they now control the elected positions that oversee the elections division within each of the large counties in Texas.
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The Dallas Morning News has called him the state’s most influential unelected Republican. Texans should be grateful for that. Though many elected officials are frustrated with Michael Sullivan's influence, taxpayers are glad they have a voice in the legislative process.