Wayne Christian was sworn in on January 9th as the latest addition to the Texas Railroad Commission. The William Travis building room 111 in Austin was standing room only, filled with conservatives from all over Texas to congratulate Christian. Texas US Senator Ted Cruz administered the oath of office to the former Texas legislator with Senator Bryan Hughes and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton participating in the introductions.
Do you love irony like I do? Sometimes there's just so much irony, you almost can't help but point it out and shake your head at it. Or laugh at it. Or elbow your friend in the ribs and bring their attention to it so you can both shake your heads in disbelief in unison at the stupidity of the irony. Most of these instances are when government does something because, government can be ironic along with, oh, so many other things.
I have written often about the extortion racket known as The Clinton Foundation, and I predicted its demise.
Given the scrutiny the organization would receive under a Trump administration Justice Department, the Clintons are folding. Surely they must realize that the salad days have ended for them and their crooked foundation.
U.S. Congressman Earl L. “Buddy” Carter (R-GA) and I reintroduced a resolution in the House recognizing the historical importance of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, and are calling on the National Museum of African American History and Culture to appropriately honor his life and work.
Last week the U.S. House of Representatives passed the “Regulatory Accountability Act” to provide relief to hardworking Americans by putting strong checks and balances on regulations from the executive branch.
Last week, Congress took the first steps forward in repealing and replacing the disastrous Affordable Care Act. The House and Senate have both passed a budget resolution, which sets forth a plan of attack to transition to a patient-centered health care system that gives Americans access to truly affordable care.
Last week, the House and Senate took an important first step towards the repeal and replacement of Obamacare by passing a budget resolution. This budget resolution enables the reconciliation process – a fast-track legislative procedure that is filibuster-proof in the Senate.