A recent comment from a left-wing activist is raising more questions about Abbott’s position on the issue.
Tee Allen says she never voted before because she didn’t think it mattered, but she’s voting this year—for President Trump.
State Rep. Matt Schaefer says he has asked the office of Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton to investigate the film for “possible violations of child exploitation and child pornography laws.”
But many of the governor’s proposed threats are actually protections that grassroots activists want for all Texans.
State Board of Education hears arguments for and against adding controversial “comprehensive” sex instruction to statewide standards for public school kids.
Current and former Republican Texas Supreme Court justices were caught blue-handed propagating a leftist agenda.
Texans across the state are celebrating the life of conservative activist Debbie Terry.
Despite making it through the Texas Senate, SB 1663 never made it to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk.
As one of the largest taxpayer-funded lobby organizations in the state, TML has long opposed taxpayers in the state Capitol.
State officials do not verify voter applicants to ensure only eligible citizens are added to registration rolls. Republican lawmakers have so far ignored the problem.
How the Republican Party of Texas’ priority legislation failed to make it to the finish line.
Democrats flipped seats in 2018. Can Republicans take them back in 2020?
Texas homeowners pay high property tax bills when compared to other Republican-run states, including the states with no personal income tax.
How much did the Texas Freedom Caucus raise after the legislative session?
“I’m overwhelmed by the response my candidacy has received from our community.”
In 2003, the State Legislature passed the tuition deregulation plan which gave university systems the ability to raise their own tuition rates. Previously, the tuition rates for state universities were controlled by the State Legislature.
With increasing warnings of an economic meltdown due to the subprime crisis, the best thing Texas government entities could do is provide property tax relief, especially since Texas has the 5th highest foreclosure rate in the nation, which is increasing at a staggering annual rate of more than 60 percent in some counties like Collin.
Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson is under fire from environmental groups because of his decision to sell the so-called â€œChristmas Mountainsâ€ which abut Big Bend National Park in far west Texas. Patterson rightly believes that the land will be better utilized (and better protected) by private owners.
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.
Newspapers around the state are breathlessly reporting that the Marxist-leaning Center for Public Policy Priorities thinks a massive national expansion of the Children’s Health Insurance Progr
The Texas Department of Transportation has been saying theyâ€™re broke, and cannot afford to build new roads. On the other hand, they have engaged in a multi-million-dollar advertising campaign to convince taxpayers to embrace new transportation policies.
Texasâ€™ budget surplus has grown even more. State employees will get a pay raise, taxpayers?
What was Kay Bailey Hutchison thinking?
Never has a newspaper gotten the story so right. The section heading said it all, â€œTaxing As A First Option.â€ Thatâ€™s precisely the attitude of so many in government, and in this case the government apologists are admitting it.