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Saving the GOP from Modern Know-Nothingism

Many in the GOP are jockeying for the soul of the party ahead of an anticipated 2014 midterm election victory. Social conservatives are eager to reassert their influence after repeated defeats over gay marriage. Fiscal conservatives make the case for a greater emphasis on runaway spending. And then there are the nativists, who contend that the future of the Republican Party lies in opposing immigration reform. Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham,

at Oct 30, 2014 11:39 AM
       

Don't get over confident with a GOP sweep of Texas elections in 2014

Despite General Abbott having an opportunity to embarrassingly whip a Democrat's butt in the General Election, we cannot become complacent about Texas' future as a Red State. Battleground Texas is serious about their goals of turning Texas blue. There has been no secret to Battle Ground Texas' strategy. It is all about the demographics folks. And Battleground Texas is patiently waiting for their opportunity.   Read more »

at Oct 29, 2014 3:00 PM
       

The Democrats' Idiocy

This election is seeing Democrats at their craziest and worst. In Montana's Senate race, Amanda Curtis became the accidental candidate when the original candidate pulled out after being guilty of plagiarizing his thesis. Amanda Curtis is what one National Review pundit classified as an “erratic Communist sympathizer” and loves to post youtube videos of herself ranting about whatever. She has mocked women who believe in owning a gun for self-defense and rants against family values

at Oct 28, 2014 8:16 AM
       

Just Five Days Left to Early Vote!

Republican Party of Texas - The last week to vote early in Texas begins today and some people think we have already won the election. While the polls might show that Greg Abbott has a generous lead, the only poll that matters is on Election Day. And what's not making news is that many of our judges and legislators are in danger of losing to liberal candidates who support President Obama's left wing agenda. In fact, President Obama best summed up what's at stake when he announced, "I'm not on the ballot this fall, but make no mistake, these policies are on the ballot."   Read more »

at Oct 27, 2014 5:01 PM
       

Wendy Davis Dragging Down Other Dems

Democrat Gubernatorial Candidate Wendy Davis appears to be dragging down other candidates on the Democrat ticket. As Davis’ desperate attack ads and other political missteps continue to pile up many Democrats are privately admitting her campaign has been a huge failure.

For Davis, success is all but out of reach according to Karen Tumulty in a Washington Post article. She wrote that there was a moment where Davis

at Oct 27, 2014 12:46 PM
       

Why I am supporting “Prop 1” – the Transportation Funding Texas Constitutional Amendment

There has been much gnashing of teeth over “Prop 1” that in a nutshell, would divert a portion of extra revenues that come into the Texas treasury into road building instead of the general fund or being parked in an already large rainy day fund (RDF). (The revenues are a result of the booming oil and gas business in the state.)

In general, I do not like bonds or debt of any sort. (Government debt is fundamentally stealing from future generations—it is NOT the same as private debt.) However, Prop 1 provides for pay-as-you-go, not debt, and with our booming Texas population, we DO need some road work!

at Oct 24, 2014 1:41 PM
       

Early Voting Begins in Texas General Election

Early voting for Texas 2014 General Elections began Monday and runs through October 31st. The General Election date is November 4th. Across Texas, voters will go to the polls to cast votes in one of the most influential primary elections in at least a generation. Every statewide office in the Texas executive branch is up for grabs. Many high-profile legislative and judicial seats are also at stake in this election.   Read more »

at Oct 23, 2014 6:28 PM
       

Red Sonja’s Judicial Endorsements & No Votes For The 2014 November Election

As we all are aware, there are judges who sit on the bench and follow the law but there are others who try to make the law. As Texans we want our Judiciary to follow the laws of the US and Texas Constitutions and Texas laws provided by the Texas legislative process.   Read more »

at Oct 22, 2014 9:51 AM
       

Senator Donna Campbell Texas SD-25

In case you were not aware, Senator Donna Campbell, a double board certified physician in emergency room care and ophthalmology, has an opponent in the November election. He is Daniel Boone, the perpetual liberal whose only purpose is to occupy the ‘Democrat’ space on the ballot. He is promoting himself as a 'moderate' which of course he is not. So while Boone’s only reason is to have someone, anyone running for the Democrats, Senator Campbell has been extremely busy working for the people in Texas Senate District 25.

She takes our Constitution seriously and has been courageous in dealing with situations as the border crisis and the Texas budget. Senator Campbell is vice chair of the Nominations Committee and sits on several committees which include Education, Jurisprudence, Transportation, and Veteran Affairs & Military Installations. She is also part of the Texas Sunset Commission

at Oct 21, 2014 12:29 PM
       

Red Sonja’s Endorsements For General Election Non Judicial Races (Bexar County)

Early voting starts today, October 20. Let’s Keep TEXAS Red by Voting for these very qualified individuals.

TEXAS STATEWIDE

John Cornyn
US Senator   Read more »

at Oct 20, 2014 5:00 PM
       

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