The Old Testament’s Gideon provides a cautionary tale.
Michael Quinn Sullivan
If it feels like liberty is dying, and our republic is waning, it is because we’ve stopped caring about either.
As a self-governing people, our job is not to curse the surrounding darkness but to build a better and brighter light for the future.
It’s not over-priced hammers or frivolous trips that drive government spending; bad ideas about government is the problem.
Liberty isn’t achieved in timid nibbles, but through bold actions.
Modern taxation is not the price of civilized society; it is the cost of betraying our heritage of self-governance.
House Speaker Dade Phelan signals he’s not eager to rein in Disney and other woke corporations pushing the LGBTQ agenda.
Politicians don’t like informed taxpayers. They don’t like citizens keeping score. Too bad.
Socialists, progressives, communists, and Marxists are the flat-earthers of political and economic thought. They are not intellectuals sincerely seeking truth; they are the fall-guys in a long, deadly, sick joke.
You and I must decide what we will do to make Texas count, and ensure the Lone Star State continues as a force for good influencing the world.