This Martin Luther King Day, may we unite as a nation to reflect on the legacy Reverend King forged in the most turbulent of times. In the face of racial inequality and injustice, Rev. King devoted his life to preaching a...
Texans from all different backgrounds came to the nation’s capital this weekend to participate in one of the largest demonstrations on behalf of the unborn.March For Life champions one of the most important causes of our...
In the opening days of the 2019 legislative session, the state's three most powerful men sat shoulder to to shoulder, promoting unity and promising this year they’d win where others have failed for decades.
This week, Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-OR) and I introduced the Human Trafficking Survivor Tax Relief Act (S. 169)which would exempt civil damages, restitution, and other monetary...
It’s not surprising when a popular musician sells a concert out in less than fifteen minutes, but would anyone believe a technology conference selling out in just over eleven? That happened th
The rumor mill is hard at work, but you can't believe everything you hear.
Minority Leader Chuck Schumer planned to force a vote on S.J. Res.2 despite previously calling for a blockade on all legislative work while the government is partially shut down.
Fifteen months ago in Riyadh, I met Mohammed bin Salman, who was then deputy crown prince of Saudi Arabia, for the first time.
Democrats refuse to come to the negotiating table with a legitimate offer that would end this partial government shutdown and provide vital funding for border security measures. Their negligence has harmed 800,000 federal...
First, the large scale hack:Last week, the Tribune Companies were attacked by a large scale attack that focused on the disruption and disablement of backbone infrastructure.
As the debate has raged in Washington about border security and the partial government shutdown, I have been encouraging President Trump and Congressional leadership to think big and outside the box in order to break the...
It is unbelievable the number of times over the past few months that an event or statement has required me to remind people that racism, bigotry, anti-Semitism and misogyny have no place in our country. It is unfortunate...
A security camera outside a flower shop in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shows the shocking image of an alleged burglar who brought a little girl along as he attempts a break-in. The effort apparently fails.
"For people from the immediate area around Brownsville and the border region," he said, "to see front-end technology in our backyard is really exciting."
Mark Twain famously quipped, “No man's life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session."1
As the new year gets underway, the filmmakers at The Rational Middle are digging into more aspects of immigration policy that have proven politically difficult if not impossible thus far. 
Under its new Speaker Dennis Bonnen, the Texas House of Representatives is looking to increase the state’s public education funding by $10.1 billion, according to the legislative budget estimates it released t
This government shutdown is unnecessary. 
The beachside enclave has emerged as a flashpoint for the inequality shaping Los Angeles — and a real-world test case for the liberal ideology of the area’s showbiz residents.
On Wednesday evening, Brady joined Joe Pagliarulo on The Joe Pags Show, live on WOAI in San Antonio (segment starts at 20:56):



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