Lone Star Reports

John Cornyn cloaks himself in predictable conservative rhetoric. An examination of facts, however, shows his words are a paper-thin veneer concealing a voting record supporting runaway deficit spending and long-term federal debt.

Review the report below detailing Cornyn ignoring red ink and carrying water for failed and irresponsible Republican budgets. Then visit the Lone Star Project’s Cardboard Conservative Clubhouse  and give John Cornyn attire appropriate for his record rather than his rhetoric.

Fact: Tom DeLay remains under felony indictment, facing criminal money laundering charges

Sen. Gallegos is not only brave, he's right

An extraordinary act of courage and self sacrifice is on display this week in the Texas State Capitol.  State Senator Mario Gallegos (D-Houston) is recovering from a liver transplant performed only four months ago.

Senate confirmation hearing could expose improper political contacts at Bush Department of Justice

The U.S. Senate Rules Committee will conduct confirmation hearings for Bush’s Federal Election Commission nominee Hans von Spakovsky tomorrow June 13, 2007.

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Recent Reports

Domingo Garcia’s Attack on local employers and his use of a racial slur draw critical commentary.

On Sunday, Inside Politics, one of the most watched and popular news and commentary programs

Garcia loses composure, gets called out by key North Texas Hispanic leader

Yesterday, the Democratic primary race in new Congressional District 33 reached a new level of intensity.

Garcia retaliates for losing AFL-CIO and Frost endorsements

Earlier this morning, Domingo Garcia released an angry email lashing out at Representative Marc Veasey and former Congressman Martin Frost for conducting a press conference with men and women who work at the General Motors assembly plant in Arlington. As usual, Garcia’s broadsides are over the top and factually incorrect. Incredibly, as part of an attack on Veasey and Frost, Garcia characterizes the thousands of manufacturing workers at General Motors and at Lockheed Martin, and the thousands of air service workers at American Airlines as Wall Street financiers.

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