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Konni Burton Bails Out on Local Control & Embraces Big GovernmentIn 2014 video Burton pledged support for local control. Now she argues Austin should call the shots.

Don’t be surprised if you hear Texas Republican State Senator Konni Burton (SD10 – Colleyville) complain about whiplash after the hard 180 she’s pulled on local control.

“Texans shouldn’t be stuck with a corrupt Attorney General who goes hat in hand borrowing money to stay out of jail. 

The money is easy, but his embrace of Will Hurd may do more harm than good.

Tomorrow, Speaker of the U.S. House Paul Ryan will be in Wimberley, just south of Austin, with two goals: Raise funds from Texas Republican donors; and try to rescue endangered first-term GOP Congressman Will Hurd (CD23 – San Antonio/SW Texas).

Hawk’s repeated long absences have led to calls that she step down

Over the last year, Dallas District Attorney Susan Hawk has taken repeated long leaves from work as District Attorney in order to seek treatment for depression.

GOP governors across the country have denounced Trump, will Greg Abbott?

On the heels of national criticism

Donald Trump ripped off Texans then paid off Greg Abbott

Breaking overnight reports by the Dallas Morning News and the

Formal investigation of violations by Paxton, Miller, Bush and others should go forward as requested by the Lone Star Project

Just 24 hours after the Lone Star Project sent letters to the Texas Rangers, the State Auditor and the Travis County DA requesting investigation into the misuse o

Lone Star Project requests investigation of likely illegal "emergency leave" payments, altered documents and other abuses of state payroll
Today, Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle sent letters to the Texas Rangers, the State Auditor and the Travis County District Attorney requesting formal investigations into a series of questionable payments made by Attorney General Ken Paxton, State Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller, State
Abbott endorses Trump and fails to speak out against his anti-Hispanic insults and attacks

While running for Governor in 2014, Greg Abbott told highly respected McAllen Monitor Editor Carlos Sanchez that as Governor he would take anti-Hispanic comments personally and hold all other Republicans accountable for any anti-Hispanic views and speech.  Abbott said: 

on His Supporters

Yesterday, Ken Paxton released a video message to supporters that takes the same dishonest con job approach that got him indicted in the first place.


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