Which legislator(s) traded their cowboy boots for leis and went to Maui for a “legislative conference”? No one is saying.
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The brewing contest among Texas House Republicans leaves much to be desired.
Two candidates compete in Fort Bend County to keep a state legislative seat in Republican hands.
Our mission is to promote self-governance by serving the grassroots. This means we must keep the citizens informed, not appease the sensitivities of politicians.
“The behavior we tolerate, becomes the standard we set.”
Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Jason Isaac discusses the costly carbon neutral plans leftist are pushing in our Texas cities.
Shouldn’t Texans expect more lawmakers to voluntarily leave the pink dome?
Miller announced he was no longer running for re-election after making inappropriate comments to the Houston Chronicle regarding his two primary opponents.
The real reason Miller should not be re-elected isn’t his clumsy rhetoric—it’s his reprehensible record.
Texans are rightly tired of politicians who don’t deliver on their promises.