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The West Is Sick of the New Woke Jihadism

The global protestors are not furious over the 1 million Uighurs brutalized by the communist Chinese government. Neither are they concerned about the Turkish government's indiscriminate war against the Kurds or its serial threats to attack Armenians and Greeks. It is oblivious to the modern gruesome Muslim-on-Muslim exterminations of Bashar al-Assad and Saddam Hussein, the Black September massacres of Palestinians by Jordanian forces, and the 1982 erasure of thousands in Hama, Syria.

06.14.2024
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ACLU, Pro-Immigrant Groups Sue Biden to Stop His New Asylum Rule's Implementation

“The law is flatly illegal, period,” said ACLU attorney & lead counsel in the lawsuit, Lee Gelernt. “While Congress has placed some limitations on the right to seek asylum over the years, it has never permitted the Executive Branch to categorically ban asylum based on where a non-citizen enters the country,” said the group of Immigrant Rights Organizations, as they filed a lawsuit to halt implementation of President Joe Biden’s new Executive Order that's intended to limit illegal immigrants’ ability to an lodge asylum claim.

06.13.2024
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Rep. Tony Gonzales Advances Border Security Legislation in Congress

Congressman Tony Gonzales (TX-23) advanced legislation that will bolster America’s homeland security agenda, prioritize the deportation of illegal immigrants, and support quality of life initiatives for our Customs and Border Protection (CBP) personnel. These key wins were delivered through the House Appropriations Committee’s passage of the Fiscal Year 2025 (FY25) Homeland Security Appropriations Bill.

06.13.2024
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Gov. Abbott Appoints Brister, Farris & Field as Inaugural Members of 15th Court of Appeals

“Last year I worked with the Texas Legislature to pass a law creating a centralized Court of Appeals to resolve public law disputes and constitutional challenges that impact Texans across our great state, as well as appeals from the first-ever Texas Business Courts,” said Governor Abbott. “Today, those plans come to fruition, and I'm proud to appoint the first three members of the 15th Court of Appeals," Abbott said, announcing his inaugural appointments of Scott A. Brister, Scott K. Field  & April L. Farris

06.13.2024
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Texas Workforce Commission Assists in Investigation of Decade-Long Unemployment Scheme

According to the United States Attorney’s Office Southern District of Texas, in August 2008, Jose Luis Gonzalez began filing fraudulent unemployment claims with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Gonzalez then falsely identified himself as the employer in order to verify his own fraudulent claims. Gonzalez also advertised his scheme on social media and recruited others to join his operation.

06.13.2024
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Attor­ney Gen­er­al Ken Pax­ton Sues Biden Depart­ment of Labor to Pre­vent Attempt to Grant For­eign Labor­ers More Rights than Amer­i­can Workers

DOL issued a new rule that would specifically allow foreign nationals working in America under the H-2A visa program within the agricultural industry the ability to unionize and engage in collective bargaining. This rule directly violates federal law including the National Labor Relations Act of 1935 which allowed workers in certain industries to engage in trade unions and collective bargaining but exempted the agricultural industry.

06.13.2024
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YORK: Push to Promote Transgender Ideology Is Backfiring

The data is in a new poll by the Pew Research Center: When asked in 2017, 54% of those surveyed said that whether one is a man or woman is determined at birth, while 44% said it can be different. In 2021, the number saying sex is determined at birth ticked up to 56%. In 2022, it grew to 60%. This year, 65% of those surveyed said it is determined at birth, while 33% said it can be different. But, even among Democrats the number who say sex is determined at birth has grown over the last seven years, while the number who say it can be different has shrunk.

06.13.2024
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TAB Chair VILLARREAL: To Help U.S. Lead, Texas Needs to Maintain Tech & AI Dominance Over China

A recent study found that Austin is emerging as a "Top Tier City" for tech talent, ranking #1 in the United States. And, I applaud the Texas Legislature for taking on the Tech & Artificial Intelligence (AI) challenges – but lawmakers at all levels should remain cautious about pursuing policies that slow AI innovations and tech developments. This is particularly important in light of recent reports that China is developing an AI Model trained to promote “socialism with Chinese characteristics.” The U.S. can't afford to lose its leadership position in AI to China.

06.11.2024
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At World’s Largest Buc-ee’s Ribbon Cutting, Gov. Abbott Lauds Texas' Booming Economy

“As the state’s greatest fan of 'Beaver Nuggets,' I'm proud Texas is home to the world’s best convenience store," said Governor Greg Abbott, speaking to a crowd of over 200 Buc-ee's Customers & Local Leaders while praising Buc-ee’s for providing good-paying jobs and emphasizing how the company ranks among the Top 5 U.S. Retailers for entry-level salaries (with General Managers earning up to $225,000 annually.) Gov. Abbott also highlighted how Texas is the "Best State for Business" due to it’s highly skilled workforce & reasonable regulations.

06.11.2024
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A.G. Pax­ton Sues Biden’s HHS to Stop Forc­ing Health­care Providers to Per­form ​“Gen­der Tran­si­tion” Procedures

“This is yet another example of Joe Biden trying to sidestep the Constitution and use Agency 'rulemaking' to advance unpopular, unlawful, and destructive policies,” said Texas Attorney General Paxton, as Texas & Montana sued the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, its Secretary Xavier Becerra, and other members of the Biden White House for adopting a new rule that forces states to pay for “gender transition” procedures and requires healthcare providers to perform the procedures even when doing so would violate state law. 

06.11.2024
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MOORE: Here We Go Again – Biden Scheme's About to Ignite Another Mortgage Crisis

​​​​​​​There must be a cheaper way to buy an Election. Washington's awash in debt right now – and Joe Biden thinks we need more of it. Just 17 years ago the "Subprime" Mortgage Crisis torpedoed the economy, sent the financial markets into the biggest tailspin since the Great Depression, and millions of Americans lost their jobs. One of the matches that lit that bonfire was Freddie Mac & Fannie Mae offering generous, taxpayer-guaranteed mortgage insurance to risky borrowers. Well, here we go again.

06.11.2024
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RASMUSSEN: Majority of Voters Now Think Joe Biden's Mental Decline Is Real

While President Biden continues to campaign for another four years in the White House, a majority of "Likely U.S. Voters" now say they perceive he is losing his mental sharpness. The latest Rasmussen Reports National Telephone & Online Survey finds that 57% of "Likely U.S. Voters" think that – over time – Mr. Biden is becoming less and less mentally sharp, and most recently said they suspect the Mainstream Media is trying to cover up the president’s cognitive decline.

06.10.2024
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McCaul: Honoring Those Who Fought for Freedom

On June 6, 1944, Allied forces carried out the largest military invasion in history as they stormed the beaches of Normandy. Eighty years later, I was incredibly humbled travel to Normandy with a bipartisan congressional delegation to meet and thank several of the surviving World War II veterans who risked everything to save the free world, just as my father did.

06.10.2024
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Gov. Abbott Celebrates Texas’ Semiconductor Leadership at Samsung Highway Ribbon Cutting

“Today we're here to celebrate the next phase of Samsung Semiconductor's facility in Taylor, Texas – with more than a $16.5 million investment in the new Samsung Highway," said Gov. Greg Abbott, celebrating the Lone Star State's partnership with Samsung Electronics at a ribbon cutting ceremony for the new highway in Taylor. Following the ribbon cutting, company executives presented a briefing on the ongoing construction of the company's new cutting-edge semiconductor fabrication facilities.

06.10.2024
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 Senators Cruz, Kaine Push Bipartisan Bill Ensuring Military Officers Receive Training on Constitution

“Our military officers swear an oath to Support & Defend our Constitution – so it's basic common sense to ensure they're grounded in the Constitution’s history and text,” said Sen. Ted Cruz, as he and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) – both members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee – introduced the "Constitutional Orientation Military Mandate Amplifying National Duty" (COMMAND) Act to ensure that newly commissioned U.S. Military Officers receive training on the Constitution before reporting to their first Operational Assignment.

06.10.2024
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Disaster Unemployment Aid Now Available in 8 Additional Texas Counties Following Recent Severe Weather

The Texas Workforce Commission is now accepting applications for Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) in 8 additional Texas Counties impacted by the Severe Storms, Straight-Line Winds, Tornadoes & Flooding that began on April 26th. Workers and self-employed individuals in the designated counties below, who've been unable to work due to damage sustained from the severe weather, may be eligible for benefits and can apply online through Unemployment Benefit Services, or by calling TWC at (800) 939-6631.

06.10.2024
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The ACLU Represented the NRA? Yes, and Every American Can Celebrate Supreme Court’s Unanimous Decision

It’s not every day that the National Rifle Association and the American Civil Liberties Union can celebrate a shared victory. But with the recent decision from the U.S. Supreme Court in National Rifle Association vs. Vullo – unanimous, by the way, and penned by Justice Sonya Sotomayor no less – Americans of every political stripe can celebrate, big time. If you can believe this, the ACLU represented the NRA in a 1st Amendment challenge to the N.Y. Dept. of Financial Services – AND, free speech was on the docket.

06.10.2024
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Half of All New Jobs Created Since October Have Gone to Immigrants, says Committee Report

As the Inflation & Family Finances continue to dominate voter's concerns about the future, one recent report revealed "U.S. Consumer Confidence" had deteriorated for a 3rd straight month. And after May's Employment Figures were released earlier this morning by the Labor Dept., the U.S. House Budget Committee announced it's analysis shows roughly half of all new jobs created since October have gone to immigrants – many of whom are illegal immigrants. "It shows a far weaker economy than suggested,” said the Committee's Chairman, Jodey Arrington of Texas.

06.07.2024
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06.24.2024

TEXAS INSIDER ON YOUTUBE

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06.24.2024
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