The states are not required to be “passive victims” of Biden’s inaction at the border, says Jodey Arrington.
The lawsuit challenges “provisions of SB 1 that deny eligible voters meaningful assistance in the voting booth and require rejection of mail ballot materials for immaterial errors or omissions.”
A federal rule was announced today that requires all employers of 100+ employees to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations by January 4, 2022.
Following the federal government’s failure to acknowledge and handle the border crisis, the Center for Renewing America optimizes policy for state power.
After U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland denied using the Patriot Act to classify parents as domestic terrorists last week, the NSBA issued an apology.
“I believe Judge Barrett will be Justice Barrett by the end of the week.”
A total of 294 individuals were discovered being smuggled into the United States in the four separate incidents. Ninety of them were from countries other than Mexico.
Routinely, Trafalgar’s data shows President Trump in better position than most pollsters because they attempt to quantify what is termed the “shy Trump voter.”
Biden’s proposals “could reduce U.S. competitiveness at a time when businesses are already struggling.”
Texas’ junior senator is the chairman of the Subcommittee on the Constitution.
When the 2020 election finally ends, those so vociferously pushing the vote-by-mail option may well regret their action.
Paxton responds to calls to step down by saying he “will not be resigning.”
Paxton is one of 22 state A.G.s to call for confirmation of President Trump’s nominee.
U.S. Rep. Van Taylor says the coronavirus has “highlighted long-standing inconsistencies in the collection and reporting of public health data.”
Member of Judiciary Committee offers thoughts on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination.
Congress is a small independent school district in Arizona tired of receiving and complying with open record requests. So, the district with a lousy track record of timely releasing information, is suing concerned taxpayer Jean Warren.
The health of our Republic depends upon having government which is so limited in its powers that citizens live within an environment of freedom of action.
Not a week goes by in the British national press in which there are not stories about the abysmal filth, wait times and problems in their socialized health care system, while Canadian leaders regularly travel to the United States for care. Now, 11 Texas congressmen are poised to impose the deplorable conditions on us.
My friend Chuck Ellis well summarizes where we are in the health care ‘reform’ debacle: "Lemme get this straight….we’re about to pass a health care plan written by a committee whose chairman says he doesn’t understand it, passed by a Congress that hasn’t read it but exempts themselves from it, to be signed by a president who also is exempt from it and hasn’t read it and who smokes, with funding administered by a treasury chief who didn’t pay his taxes, all to be overseen by a surgeon general who is obese, and financed by a country that’s broke. What could possibly go wrong?"
In late January, the U.S. Senate voted to raise the United States’ debt ceiling to $14.3 trillion, or $45,000 for every man, woman, and child living in America. Our massive federal deficit levels should send up warning flares to all who are interested in the short- and long-term health of our nation’s economy.
In the third major political contest since Barak Obama took the oath of office, the people of Virginia, New Jersey and Massachusetts have rebuked the President. Two of the three states — MA & NJ — are blue, if not deep blue. Virginia, while electing a Democrat as US Senator (Webb) and Governor (Kaine) in recent elections, remains a culturally and politically conservative state.
Elected on the vacuous slogans of “hope” and “change,” the first year of Barack Obama’s presidency has proven to be one of broken promises, failed leadership and blame shifting. While he works to satisfy the most strident elements of his political base, the rest of America is reminded that it takes more than tele-prompted rhetoric to serve in the highest office of the land.
What is the concept of citizenship? And based on that, how do we understand immigration and the awful mess we’ve made of it?
Earlier today Texas Governor Rick Perry announced his decision to refuse to apply for the federal “Race to the Top” grant program. The president of Texans for Fiscal Responsibility, Michael Quinn Sullivan, praised the course of action, saying it protects Texas’ children and taxpayers.
So the tax-hike proponents at the Dallas Morning News are once again pushing the false choice between higher taxes or no new roads, after word hit their newsroom that only 15 percent of American voters support higher gasoline taxes.