Donald Trump blasted Hurd as “a nasty and jealous guy, who truly doesn’t have what it takes.”
Southlake’s Carroll ISD has been embroiled in the fight against CRT in schools since 2020 and is now under investigation for possible civil rights violations.
The Texas Association of School Boards maintains its membership in the National School Board Association, which called parents “domestic terrorists” in September.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals stayed OSHA’s Emergency Temporary Standard mandating vaccinations. OSHA has suspended mandate activities.
Two Republican rivals are courting conservative voters who say Taylor changed after going to Washington.
“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.
Ever heard of the National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Commission? Well, they want your money. This quasi-governmental body is suggesting that gasoline taxes be TRIPLED over the next five years. Big Government, not Big Oil,Â is already the biggest profit-taker on each gallon of gas we buy, but they have so far only managed to waste our money. So, of course, they want even more.
On the night of December 16, 1773, the Sons of Liberty boarded a ship in Boston Harbor and destroyed the tea â€“ dumping it in the water â€“ as a way to protest the British governmentâ€™s tax policies.
More than two dozen members of the Texas Legislature are calling on Congress to maintainÂ the sales tax deduction for Texans on our federal income taxes. Unless Congress acts, we’ll again lose this important protection.
Seventeen members of the Texas House have sent a letter to Texas’ delegation to the U.S. Congress, urging them to sustain the President’s veto of the massive expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Don’t expect the letter to make the newspapers — they only write about socialists endorsing big government.
Texas Senator John Cornyn was one of a handful of U.S. Senators to vote against three separate servings of pork.
Bad ideas are running rampant in Beantown. I've come to Boston for the National Conference of State Legislators. It should be called the National Conference for Growing Government. By and large, NCSL is a cheerleading session for thoseÂ legislators, bureaucrats, rent-seekers and assorted hangers-on looking to grow the size and scope of government.
The first panel discussion I attended was illustrative: it was called "Financing State Government in a No New Taxes World."
It was 20 years ago today, on June 12, 1987, that Ronald Reagan stood at the Brandenburg Gate, in West Berlin, and uttered perhaps the most important words of the 20th Century.
He said, "Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall! … Yes, across Europe, this wall will fall. For it cannot withstand faith; it cannot withstand truth. The wall cannot withstand freedom.