Jan 23

My Prayer For Texas Legislators

Jan 23

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 …

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Jan 22

Fiscal Conservatism Starts At Home

Jan 22

Witnessing waste in government spending is infuriating. It means money was unnecessarily, forcibly taken from a Texas family. When you use force to remove someone’s property the level of responsibility on spending those dollars rises significantly. But as conservatives, we must ask ourselves if we are practicing what we preach. Are we living within our means?

It’s well known that the debt obsession does not stop at the federal, state and local government levels. It has been ingrained all the way down to the family and individual. College debt, credit card debt and payment plans for everyday items is now the norm.

It’s important for those of us who often criticize waste and abuse in spending at a government level to …

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May 24

Scott Braddock: The Media Misstep of the Session

May 24

2019 note: This was a post from 2015 talking about the the importance of recognizing human biology and the scientific fact that life begins at conception. Things have changed since then, and Scott Braddock has gotten increasingly biased. That being said he recently accused me of deleting this post because it was a lie, a statement he made void of knowledge. This post was removed from my website with ALL of my previous blog posts when I updated the site. The parts of this post that are must inaccurate are the ones that talk about Braddock treating people fairly, but I'm keeping the post in the 2015 form.

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I like Scott Braddock, a lot of my friends will probably cringe at that statement but I actually have found him very fair with my clients. I’ve heard him ask severely slanted questions of others, but haven’t had …

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