Vigilance and action required by citizens and public servants to counter the ongoing threat.
Despite public school officials’ cries for “local control,” many are fine with hostile foreign influence in Texas’ classrooms.
A history of Beijing’s inroads into the Lone Star State’s higher education network.
“[T]o cultivate and prepare a group (or army) of people to make sure the CCP will be in power in the future… and increase our CCP influence around the world.”
Chandler Crouch addresses Tarrant Appraisal District employee’s complaints that triggered a state agency’s investigation.
Records suggest Tarrant Appraisal District “director” used taxpayer resources—on taxpayer time—to trigger a state investigation on Chandler Crouch.
Rodney Ellis’ network of relationships works against citizens in Harris County.
Connections exposed between Democrat Commissioner Rodney Ellis and organizations receiving taxpayer money.
Serious Incident Reports bolster retired federal serviceman’s charges against state military.
An overwhelmed judicial system, broken laws, and secret judicial proceedings.
Philip Wischkaemper of the Lubbock Private Defender Office urged a defense attorney to commit an ethical violation.
Abbott appointee failed to fix problems identified during Hurricane Harvey.
Texas Military Department’s public relations campaign not providing maximum transparency.
As citizens cry for a fourth special session to address vaccine mandates, a soldier expressed little hope that Gov. Abbott’s lawsuits will succeed.
Questions raised about what Gov. Abbott knew and what he has communicated to citizens.
Operation Lone Star Commander’s “Morale Survey Update” outlines soldier problems.
Texas Military Department’s staff turnover and inexperience led to pay issues for troops assigned to Operation Lone Star.