Category Archive for: ‘Texas Politics’

  • Martyr's Park in Dallas, Texas

    Dallas’ Lee Park Gutted and Martyr’s Park Desolate

    Context: On September 15, 2017, the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee was removed from Lee Park, Dallas, Texas, and became the latest in a series of Confederate monuments disappearing from cities across America this summer and fall.   News of the Great Fire that …

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  • Monumental Errors

    Monumental Errors

    The News You may have noticed recently an unprecedented volume of news items about the destruction of Civil War monuments.  An outsider would just assume that these monuments are recent additions to the American landscape and that the general population was not consulted before they …

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  • Texas State Senator Konni Burton

    Sen. Konni Burton Officially Announces Campaign for Reelection

    COLLEYVILLE, TX – Today, State Senator Konni Burton (R) officially announced the beginning of her campaign for reelection to Senate District 10:

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  • True the Vote

    True the Vote to Audit Entire Presidential Election

    2016. Just…. WOW! 2017. Now, it’s time to bring an end to election fraud. Our plans are set. We intend to conduct a comprehensive forensic audit of the entire election – all 136+ million votes. The audit will focus on the groups, locations, and processes …

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  • Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton

    Defending the Constitution, So Help Me God

    By Attorney General Ken Paxton I learned a long time ago that politics can be a tough business. But if your opponents are forced to concoct misleading attacks, you’re probably doing something right. It’s obvious from the Editorial Board’s most recent opinion piece they are …

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  • UBER fate to be decided for Austin

    Austin to decide whether or not to give UBER the boot

    It’s a surprising ballot proposition in a state that boasts it’s the bastion of freedom. Austin voters will head to the polls this Saturday, May 7, to decide whether or not ridesharing companies like Uber will stay or go. A ‘Yes’ vote on Prop 1 …

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  • Joe Straus

    Straus, Wolff attempt to rewrite history on toll roads at election time

    It’s always interesting to watch politicians try to re-write history when election time rolls around. A case in point is State Representative Joe Straus, Speaker of the Texas House, and Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff. Both have supported tolls in the past and they’ve put …

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  • Texas Conservative Digest 2016 Endorsements

    Texas Conservative Digest Endorsements 2016

    2016 Texas Conservative Digest ENDORSEMENTS (Final List of Endorsements) The following is a list of all Endorsements made by Texas Conservative Digest for the 2016 elections. NATIONAL: For President of the United States: Senator Ted Cruz for President (CR-97%, A) For re-election to the United …

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  • Government Theft

    Funds yanked: Congress puts the brakes on civil asset forfeiture

    Many conservatives are upset with the omnibus spending bill Congress passed at the end of the year, but one provision they should praise is congress rescinding funding for the Justice Department’s civil asset forfeiture program. Most Americans have no idea what civil asset forfeiture is …

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  • Texas Toll Roads

    Public outrage rises as cost of Austin toll road triples

    By Terri Hall – January 17, 2016 Toll roads in Texas face growing opposition and a shocking revelation by the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) just threw gasoline on the fire. The CTRMA tripled its initial cost estimates for its plan to add toll …

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