“No Distribution Shall Be Made to the State of Texas”
If I hadn’t already mentioned this before, this may come as a shock to some of you – but yesterday, the United States Senate actually voted to single out Texas to send a message that it better get in line. You see, the Governor of Texas had the audacity to tell Washington, “no.” No to education funding that came with Washington strings and that would | Read More »
Arrogant Washington Threatens Rick Perry and Texans’ Right To Govern Themselves
In one of the most outrageous displays of arrogance by Washington in recent memory – which is saying a lot, of course – the House Democrats have inserted specific language on top of $10 Billion in funding for education included in a War Supplemental bill targeted directly and solely at Texas – language that demands the money be spent in certain ways. According to the | Read More »
Beyond the Whining, What Did the President Propose?
The President, not too surprisingly, said a lot last night in the State of the Union – and by that, I mean he used a lot of words. But what did the President actually propose? In short – it was the same thing we’ve been hearing from him since his campaign – the government creates jobs, the government needs to control healthcare, and the government | Read More »