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.
Join Raz and I as we take 20 minutes to cover property tax reform, border wall funding from the Texas budget, pro-life laws, and federal issues like the green new deal.
Sitting in the room with Jeff Younger was one of the most humbling times I've experienced in the last several years. The most radical in our society have not found themselves content with expanding their own horizons and throwing off truth in regards to their own lives. They …
This is my prayer for Republican Senators and Representatives during the 86th legislative session.
Anyone who has watched the House chamber over the the last several years has witnessed the results of tyrannical leadership, top down dictatorial authority and legislators needing their legislation blessed by a lobbyist before it could even move through the legislative process.
Conservatives hopes soared throughout the session and the number of Republicans pushing back on the Joe Straus regime grew. The 15 strong opponents at the beginning of session was clearly a majority of the Republican caucus by the end, and that number grew more after Governor Abbott called a special session which required Straus to openly take up the Democrat mantle.
So now we have a new chapter. And Republicans are more united than ever. Don’t mistake …