Thoughts on Climate Change, Foreign Policy, and More

Ted Cruz recently showed how to deal with climate change alarmists and extremists by simply arguing, “Follow the science.” Read more »

Parker's Pension Punt


The Mayor of Houston's downward spiral continues: her third and last term is fast becoming a train wreck.

The latest mistake is abandoning public pension reform that could be economically sustainable and fair to city employees while eliminating Austin from the discussion. Read more »

Poll: People sick of Obama’s policies

I always laugh when a poll tells us the obvious, and no surprise here, as a new CNN/ORC poll shows that most Americans, 57 percent, want the next president to undo “Change we can believe in,” and go back to the America that was.

And when you consider these polls, you must understand how they ask questions. Because the polls are misleading as the ACTUAL number of people who want the OLD America back is closer to 80 percent! Read more »

Kidnapped Texas Schoolgirl Strikes Back and Escapes Attacker

A sixteen-year-old female Katy Independent School District (ISD) student is safe after being kidnapped Monday morning while waiting for school bus. The young girl’s ordeal ended after about two hours when she managed to escape using some quick thinking and a kick to the face of her captor. Residents of the west Houston suburban community were shocked at hearing about the incident. Read more »

Congressman Culberson Bill Frees States From Obamacare


Last week, on the same week that the Administration celebrated the five-year anniversary of Obamacare, I introduced the Health Insurance Freedom Act (H.R. 1664), which would allow state insurance commissioners the option of offering insurance plans cancelled as a result of the failed health care law. Read more »

Be Careful What We Wish For, Hillary Troubled, But What's Behind Door #2?


The short answer is, we don't know. Hillary Clinton's newest scandal in the operation of her government position - a private email system. She tells us she turned over 50,000 important emails, out of how many? She claims she has turned over all relevant emails, but how do we know? Read more »

The Iran Nuclear Talks


Tomorrow is the deadline for the United States, Iran, and other nations to come to an agreement regarding the future of Iran’s nuclear activities. I have previously supported sanctions against Iran and I remain very concerned that an agreement would put the regime on a path to developing a nuclear weapon. We cannot let this happen. Earlier this month, I had the honor of attending Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu’s address to Congress. Read more »

Congressman Pete Sessions Discusses Healthcare Meetings


Last week I welcomed the National Physicians Council for Healthcare Policy to my office in Washington to discuss their legislative priorities. The National Physicians Council for Healthcare Policy is made up of physicians from North Texas and across the country who work with Members of Congress to voice their concerns about current onerous regulations such as ObamaCare. Read more »

Farenthold Introduces the Farmer Flexibility Act

An Act to Provide Relief to Local Farmers’ Who Have Been Adversely Affected by Extreme Weather Conditions


Last week, I introduced the Farmer Flexibility Act (‘FFA’). The FFA provides relief to grain sorghum, corn, and cotton farmers who have been adversely affected by extreme weather conditions this year in the South Texas area. The FFA would extend the current crop planting deadline to May 1st, 2015. Read more »

350 PRO-LIFE Advocates Attend PRAYER RALLY at 2140 Babcock in San Antonio, TX


A special Prayer Rally sponsored by STOP Planned Parenthood and STOP Abortion Coalitions was held in front of the 2140 Babcock Road proposed Planned Parenthood mega complex abortion clinic in San Antonio on Saturday, March 28, 2015. The proposed Planned Parenthood mega clinic will ‘kill’ an approximate 2800 unborn innocents per year. Read more »


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