In early 2021 an upbeat Joe Biden boasted he would end the COVID virus by the summer of 2021 - by following "the science," no less. But then a series of renewed COVID-19 outbreaks hit, helping further destroy Biden's already waning popularity. In reaction, the Left is now calling for realism - and is even newly curious about the origins of the virus and the need to "get back to normal."
As Consumer Prices increased by the the largest annual rate since June 1982, experts now say they fear a wage-price spiral could raise costs even more in the future – heaping further pressure on President Joe Biden and Congressional Democrats to address what has become the biggest threat to the U.S. economy in decades. Home Food Prices have risen 6.5% over the last 12 months.
“Our government was created to protect our liberties — not take them away — and I will continue to fight against anything that would grant this company the ability to seize rural landowners’ property without their consent,” said Cong. Kevin Brady, introducing his bill to ensures that Texas Central’s high-speed rail and other high-speed rail projects cannot seize taxpayer land for projects that will never be started.
"Law-abiding Texans should never fear their 2nd Amendment Rights will be trampled. Thanks to my strong voting record in the Texas Legislature, Texans can trust that I will protect their 2nd Amendment Rights and stand with gun owners and citizens who cherish our Constitution and liberties," said State Representative Tan Parker, a conservative Republican candidate for Texas State Senate District 12.
“I spent my adult life getting shot at and defending America from foreign enemies. Now that I’m home, our police and community are facing the same issues along the border,” said Congressional Candidate Eric Hohman, who is running as a Republican for Texas' 28th Congressional District in South Texas. “This video showcases the battle we have in our own backyard."
Texas Trucking Association (TXTA) is proud to support the Bullock Texas State History Museum traveling exhibition Not Alone: Working Together in the Fight Against Human Trafficking.
Let me be clear: There's no health or safety excuse whatsoever for Teachers & Students not to be in the classroom – as the first wave of COVID-19 should have taught us. Yet in Chicago an incredible 91% of union teachers voted to go on strike. Even Chicago's liberal Democrat Mayor Lori Lightfoot has attacked the Teachers Unions for "holding kids hostage." She is right.
"The Biden Jobs Deficit – the difference between jobs created and those he promised to create as part of his so-called 'stimulus' – has metastasized... In fact, studies show the jobs recovery was held back by Democrats’ economic policies," said Cong. Kevin Brady, responded to the job progress report that showed only 199,000 jobs were created in December – less than half of what had been expected.
“As a champion of this bill from its earliest stages, I'm confident this will provide the consumer protection necessary for our friends and family members when they're most vulnerable. As patients and consumers, we deserve full transparency for medical services," said Cuellar, noting the prohibition of surprise fees charged by out-of-network doctors or facilities during emergency medical care.
Coinciding with Human Trafficking Prevention Month in Texas, and serving as a Call to Action to learn more about human trafficking and discern opportunities to prevent exploitation while supporting survivors, Texas 1st Lady Cecilia Abbott announced the Governor's Response Against Child Exploitation (GRACE) activities for January 10th through the 16th will include:
Media reports beating the warning drums of dire situations for Texas' natural gas production were written last week, but they are incorrect. The Railroad Commission of Texas has set numerous preventative improvements in place since last winter's storm – all with objectives to help ensure there is enough gas, and to protect Texas residents. Power stayed on, lights were on, and natural gas kept flowing.
Looking back in a few years, it's entirely possible we will see December 2021 was the high-water mark of the "Democrat's Great Progressive Coup." In fact, 2022 will be key to securing victory. We can see their plan, and it’s weak. Saturate MSNBCNN with a peril to the Republic posed by us people who dissent from the regime. But now the normal folks are getting the message.
Was Jan. 6th really comparable to Pearl Harbor and 9/11 – during which 3,000 Americans went to their deaths in each event and major wars followed – as Vice President Kamala Harris said yesterday? If Joe Biden and the Democrats have no other issue to run on this November, what does that tell us about them?
Speaker of the Texas House Dade Phelan announced yesterday a series of changes and a new addition to his Senior Staff, including the promotions of Enrique Marquez, Jay Dyer, Kelly Mitchell, Cait Wittman and Cassi Pollock.
Governor Abbott launched the task force on November 10 in response to the tragedy at Astroworld Festival in Houston that killed 10 concertgoers and injured over 300.
“We will celebrate the many ways pro-lifers show up for women. We will not waiver in our commitment to moms and babies,” said Texans for Life president, Kyleen Wrigh while announcing that on Saturday, January 15, thousands will return to Dallas, Texas – the city where the notorious Roe v. Wade originated over 50 years ago – to celebrate the crumbling of this wrongly decided Supreme Court decision.
"The Biden Administration must build on this success by standing up for the rights of American farmers, workers, families, and businesses with respect to all aspects of USMCA – including addressing a range of concerning issues in Mexico that are negatively affecting our American farmers and energy producers," said Texas Cong. Kevin Brady, the Republican Leader on the powerful House Ways & Means Committee.
The Governor was briefed by the Texas Dept. of State Health Services's Commissioner John Hellerstedt, MD, Texas Division of Emergency Management Chief Nim Kidd, UT's Executive Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs John Zerwas, MD, DSHS Deputy Commissioner Kirk Cole, and Texas' Chief State Epidemiologist Jennifer Shuford, MD.