Cook’s report attacks Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick for prioritizing privacy legislation and echoes talking points from LGBT-backed Texas Association of Business.
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Nau is giving even more reason for conservatives to wonder how committed he is to Abbott’s conservative agenda.
A number of these are particularly interesting given the views traditionally articulated by the Austin media they are “far out of touch with Texas voters.”
“Thomas McNutt is a small businessman whose strong conservative principles and family roots in Corsicana make him the right candidate for House District 8.”
Both Zerwas and Darby appear to be employing the same strategy of creating a coalition of Democrats and liberal Republicans to gain the gavel.
The Granny Tax is a deceptive and poor solution that creates a massive redistribution scheme based on a new tax and balances costs on the backs of the most vulnerable among us.
At a recent candidate forum, Allison praised Straus and told attendees that he “hoped to work with members of both parties like he did.”
Lawmaker describes attack on Texas’ largest pro-life organization by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops as “politically motivated” by a lobbying team.
In order to strengthen the Republican Party Platform and elect strong conservative leaders, citizens must plan on becoming delegates to the state convention of the Republican Party of Texas.
Even Bill Ratliff’s son Bennett had the sense to distance himself from his father’s failed Robin Hood policy during his losing state representative campaign.