While the Biden administration has exacerbated the border crisis, Texas’ actions so far have failed to put an end to it.
O’Rourke wants teachers to choose which version of history is taught in the classroom.
Concerns over food and infrastructure security are putting the issue of foreign-owned land front and center ahead of the 2023 Texas legislative session.
“Chemical abortion is the fight we’re going to be having for the next decade, probably longer.”
“Our children belong to us, they belong to the parents, they belong to the family. Our children do not belong to the government.”
“If the mayor wants a solution to this crisis, she should call on President Biden to take immediate action to secure the border.”
“Though my office does not typically comment on ongoing investigations, the recent public discussion surrounding this specific entity demands a response…”
“Parents should be at the lead of deciding where they want their students to get an education.”
“These were clearly TEKS written by someone in liberal academia with a political agenda.”
“Parents should be empowered to choose the best school to meet the needs of their child.”
Though the program expires at the end of the year, Phelan says lawmakers will take a “long, hard look” at bringing it back.
Senate Bill 1111, blocked by the U.S. district judge, requires people who register to vote using a P.O. box to provide proof of a home address.
“If some guy is waving his butt at your eggs benedict, that restaurant is supposed to pay five dollars per patron. The comptroller needs to send these folks a bill.”
“I think we’re on the verge of a generational shift.”
“It’s time for Texas to step up and finish the job President Trump started.”
“Shoppers will save $112 million in state and local sales tax during this sales tax holiday.”
A lesson plan shows 5-year-olds are being taught that “whites make it harder for black people.”
“If you have materials where there is no effective oversight process for that selection, a lot of weird things can occur in that process.”
Vigilance and action required by citizens and public servants to counter the ongoing threat.
Historically, the Legislature has provided minimal tax relief in surplus years.
“If Texans don’t save Texas, no one will.”
Despite public school officials’ cries for “local control,” many are fine with hostile foreign influence in Texas’ classrooms.
Forget reading, writing, or math.
“The parents who are at the capitol today, they’re awake, they’ve woken up, they felt powerless in 2020 and they’re going to make sure they never feel powerless like that ever again.”
A history of Beijing’s inroads into the Lone Star State’s higher education network.