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Can Abbott find the courage to join conservatives in condemning Trump?

Tomorrow Greg Abbott will appear at the extreme right’s

More than a year, and Hurd still afraid to stand up to Trump

For over a year, Donald Trump has attacked and maligned Texans and Americans from virtually every part of our society.  In just t

Abbott still backs prison dodging AG

Earlier today, it was reported that Attorney General Ken Paxton would a

Burton sharpens attack on local control

Yesterday State Senator Konni Burton (SD-10 Colleyville) appeared on 

McCaul’s support for erratic, unprepared and unpredictable Donald Trump puts Americans at risk.

As chairman of the U.S.

Perry touting Trump after declaring him “cancer” on conservatism

Tonight former Texas Governor Rick Perry will address the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and try to rally support for Donald Trump.

LSP Director calls on Lt. Governor Patrick to resist “impulses to divide” during White House forum

Earlier today, Lone Star Project Director Matt Angle sent a letter to Lt.

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).


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