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Connor Griffin

“As State Chairman, I hope to continue to grow and transform HSRT into an influential part of the Republican Party. I ran for this office because with this position, every day I am given the opportunity to promote Republican values of equal opportunity and individual liberty with my fellow peers.”

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Chairman of the High School Republicans of Texas

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Pete Sessions Congratulates 2014 Congressional Art Competition Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2014 Congressional High School Art Competition. The Congressional High School Art Competition, known as “An Artistic Discovery,” is an annual, nationwide art competition initiated by Members of Congress in their respective districts. The competition for the 32nd Congressional District of Texas was open to all high school students residing in the district. This annual competition provides an opportunity for local students to showcase their individual talents and receive national recognition.

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at Apr 23, 2014 11:34 PM
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State-Based Visas: A Federalist Approach to Immigration Reform

Today Cato released a new policy analysis about the feasibility of state-based visas. Such a visa would allow states more say in immigration policies and generally a more flexible visa regime guided by local conditions.   Read more »

at Apr 23, 2014 12:52 PM

Hypocrisy Rears Its Head in the race for Judge in the 247th District Court

Some of you may know, some of you may not know that I am a proud home school mom. It was a decision my husband and I made and committed to long ago, before we were even married, in fact. You may be aware that home schoolers have a very extensive network where we can support one another and provide encouragement and resources to other home school families.

at Apr 23, 2014 10:34 AM

A Political Delay for Keystone

The Keystone XL pipeline could deliver safe and affordable energy supplies from Canada to Texas refineries, bringing in 830,000 barrels of oil a day and helping to create or support 20,000 American jobs.

For five years, however, the Obama Administration has been dragging its feet. On Friday, they announced

at Apr 23, 2014 9:11 AM

It’s Earth Day! Let’s Chill Out on Global Warming

This is Earth Day in 2014, a day when we recommit to environmental awareness and ongoing protection of the environment.

Today the internet is filled with articles urging people to honor Earth Day by fighting manmade global warming (MGW), or as it was renamed when reality collided with faulty warming predictions, global climate change (GCC).

Alarming warnings of impending doom proliferate. Take this AP report in the Washington Post:   Read more »

at Apr 22, 2014 9:17 PM

Deportation: Is It Even a Viable Option?

Deportation of the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants has always been and remains a contentious issue. At a time when all liberty loving Texans are concerned with the worrisome growth in federal law enforcement resources and domestic spying, do we really need to add more federal “cops” for any purpose – even mass deportation?   Read more »

at Apr 22, 2014 5:25 PM

Senate District 4 Candidate Forum

Join us on April 22, 2014 as we host a candidate forum for the three Texas Patriots PAC supported candidates in the race for Texas Senate District 4: Gordy Bunch, Steve Toth, and Brandon Creighton.   Read more »

at Apr 22, 2014 2:09 PM

Wendy Davis Faces Another Nightmare in Her Dream of Governor’s Mansion

Uh oh. Wendy Davis is squirming under another dark cloud. Davis, who made her name by filibustering a bill that would have eliminated late term abortions, is now under investigation by the FBI. At the center of the investigation is work done by Wendy Davis as an attorney for the North Texas Tollway Authority.   Read more »

at Apr 22, 2014 12:23 PM


After the recent Bundy Ranch episode by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Texans are becoming more concerned about the BLM’s focus on 90,000 acres along a 116 mile stretch of the Texas/Oklahoma boundary. The BLM is reviewing the possible federal takeover and ownership of privately-held lands which have been deeded property for generations of Texas landowners.   Read more »

at Apr 22, 2014 9:51 AM

18 Minutes To Victory

Each year, on March 2, Texans celebrate a uniquely Texan holiday—Texas Independence Day. It marks the signing of the Texas Declaration of Independence at the Convention of 1836 at Washington-on-the-Brazos. And while March 2 is indeed the day Texans declared their independence, it was in fact the 18-minute battle that occurred several weeks later, on April 21, that cemented that declaration and established the Republic of Texas.

This year will mark the 178th anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, perhaps observed nowhere more closely than on the grounds of the San Jacinto Monument and San Jacinto Museum of History in La Porte, Texas.

at Apr 21, 2014 5:00 PM


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