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Texas Supreme Justice David Medina, TGV bloggers Danielle Chavez and Fernando Trevino, and convention delegate Frankie Trevino
I had the pleasure of meeting Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina at the state party convention earlier this month. After speaking with him, it is very clear he will receive my vote in the July 31st run-off election. Read more »
Last weekend, I joined many other proud Texas Republicans in traveling up to Fort Worth, Texas to take part in the largest political convention in the country.
While there were many highlights to this convention, such as meeting great candidates for office and the adoption of “The Texas Solution,” a practical concept for immigration reform that many TexasGOPVote bloggers have been advocates of for years, something was missing. Read more »
Adela Garza is a longtime resident of the Rio Grande Valley and a true servant to her community.
Having served on various school and community boards on a volunteer basis, it is clear she understands the uniqueness of the South Texas culture and has the experience and knowledge to represent our district in Washington. As a small business owner, she knows how to balance a budget and make tough cuts to spending. Read more »
Wednesday, Fernando Trevino and I had the pleasure of spending the day with congressional candidate Adela Garza before a political forum hosted by various local media outlets. Garza is in the race to be the first representative for the newly created Congressional District 34.
Over coffee and sandwiches at her home in Olmito, Texas, we discussed why Garza was running for office. Read more »
If you’ve browsed the Internet today, you know that a handful of websites, including Wikipedia, TwitPic and WordPress, have blacked out in protest of the Stop Internet Piracy Act (SOPA) and Protect IP Act (PIPA).
Other websites, such as Google, are joining in the protest by displaying propaganda against the controversial acts. Read more »
During the U.S. Open coverage on NBC Sunday, the network aired a patriotic montage with children saying the Pledge of Allegiance in the background. However, NBC forgot a few little words, namely "under God."
Sorry, NBC, but you got it wrong this time.
Within hours, the network's social media outlets were flooded with protest against NBC for "forgetting" to include these important words.
The right is in a period of welcomed-chaos as political activists, conservative and liberal alike, speak out for and against potential presidential candidates to run against President Obama.
While even within our own political circles, conservatives disagree on many things, one thought I'm sure we are all agree on is that in 2012, Obama and his socialist-esque cronies need to be sent out of the White House and out of Washington.
After Gov. Rick Perry was interviewed on Fox News Wednesday, a republican activist said, "You need to understand the basis of government to run a much larger government," and she is exactly right.
At Little Village Academy in Chicago, a public school, students are not allowed to bring their own lunches from home unless they have special dietary needs or food allergies.
Though the decision has seen a lot of media coverage this month, the policy was actually created six years ago after the school’s principal saw students bring
Members of the public questioned and criticized the Brownsville City Commission Tuesday night in regards to a pending contract between the city and Public Charters, Inc.
Public Charters is a Pennsylvania-based air charter company that has proposed airline service to Monterrey and Tampico under the name “Fly Frontera.”
At the meeting, which was streamed online, Mayor Pat Ahumada and the city commissioners insisted bringing in Fly Frontera to the Brownsville South Padre Island International Airport was vital to expanding the city.