If we want not be praying for the leadership of our nation, we need to be praying for our fellow citizens.
Michael Quinn Sullivan
Always With The Accountability
There is an entire devoted to shielding politicians from civic accountability; it only works when we aren’t actively engaged.
Texas Isn’t the ‘Low-tax’ State We Tell Ourselves
New Tax Foundation report puts Texas at #13; Wall Street Journal says high property taxes are the problem.
Don’t Be Distracted
Our republic wasn’t designed for the convenience of a special elite. While we’ve been conditioned to think of it today as a vaguely uplifting political poetry, our Founding Fathers began the U.S. Constitution with three purposeful words: “We the people.” The people...
Analysis: Twitter Is Still Censoring Conservatives
Despite claims the social media giant will tilt right on Musk’s leadership, the company is still censoring opinions that dissent from the liberal narrative.
Know What You Expect
Citizens seeking to impact public policy often do so shackled by the low expectations set by political cronies. It’s time for the grassroots to raise expectations.
Analysis: TLR Won’t Fight Against a Democrat AG?
Meanwhile, Texans for Lawsuit Reforms is helping protect Democrats from the predicted Republican wave.
Greg Abbott, Dan Patrick, Ken Paxton Take Double-Digit Leads
New poll shows Texas voters prepared to lock Democrats out of statewide office again.
Analysis: As a Citizen, Don’t Be a Gerety
The cautionary example of a candidate for city council in Midland reminds us of the importance of showing up.
Analysis: Phelan Is Out of Touch
New nationwide polling finds 55 percent of Americans believe cheating affected the 2020 presidential election.