This Wednesday was Tax Day. Yet another reminder of how year after year, Americans see more and more of their money go to the Federal Government. This week, Congress passed important legislation to lessen the burden on American taxpayers and ensure that Americans can keep more of what they rightfully earned. Read more »
If you want to know the real story about America, you might want try reading the British newspaper. How many Americans will read in their daily newspaper that Hillary's tour of the little people were staged events? Read more »
I urge you to vote NO on SB 185. Police chiefs and sheriffs across Texas have invested many hours traveling to Austin to oppose this bill for this and two previous sessions. They believe it will encourage abusive profiling and will hurt, not help, law enforcement in the Hispanic neighborhoods.
SB 185 creates unfunded mandates that will clearly cost local municipalities! Read more »
Hillary Clinton will be a disaster for America if elected, but this article is not to pan Hillary since I will have plenty of time for that. Instead, Hillary's much ridiculed video was actually a pretty good introduction for any candidate including Hillary. Read more »
Today is tax day, a day that many Americans have come to fear and loathe. As the current administration has drastically increased spending, many on the left have demanded more and more taxes to pay for this excessive spending. Read more »
This morning, I sent individually addressed emails (copy below) to every Texas Senator and their Chief of Staff. I copied Governor Abbott, and Lt. Gov. Patrick. Please talk to every Republican Senator you know. Adoption of SB 1819 would send a terrible message to Hispanic Voters, and is simply bad public policy!
T.E.A. Do you remember what those letters stand for? Taxed Enough Already. A lot has changed since the dawn of the tea party movement, but I think we can all agree on a few things; the Tea Party, although not all of the members still go by that moniker, is still a force to be reckoned with. Read more »