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With Latest Employment Report, Texas Achieves More Than One Full Year of Employment Highs

In November 2022, Texas added a total of 33,600 jobs to reach 13,672,900, one year after first hitting an all-time high and surpassing the pre-pandemic jobs count in November 2021.

12.19.2022
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SCHLICTER: The Pentagon’s Latest Leadership Failure

Let’s sum up the state of America’s military brass with one appalling comparison between how the admirals, generals, and civilian leaders chose to treat two different service members. And right now, military veterans are refusing to recommend that young people join.

12.19.2022
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Texas Leads Nation with Fastest Annual Jobs Growth Rate

"Despite economic pressures that are evident across the country, Texas employers grew jobs at the fastest rate in the nation the past 12 months. More Texans are working than ever before, and in the months ahead we will continue working to safeguard the freedoms found only in the Lone Star State – we will expand opportunity for all Texans,” said Gov. Greg Abbott.

12.16.2022
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Gonzales & Cuellar, Cornyn & Manchin Urge Biden to Extend Title 42 Order in Bi-Partisan Plea

Congressmen Tony Gonzales (TX-R) and Henry Cuellar (TX-D,) and Senators Joe Manchin (D-WV) and John Cornyn (R-TX) have jointly signed and sent a bi-partisan letter to President Joe Biden urging him to extend the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention’s Title 42 Border Control Order beyond its soon to expire December 21st deadline.

12.16.2022
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State Rep. Harrison in Wall Street Journal: Fighting to Protect Texans from FDA’s Illegal Lab-Test Power Grab

As a former Chief of Staff at the U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services (HHS,) Rep. Brian Harrison has filed House Bill 1023 in Austin after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) – unbeknownst to HHS leadership which oversees the FDA – recently went against HHS's specified instruction and created a new regulatory barrier requiring laboratories to seek FDA approval prior to testing for COVID-19. This illegal regulatory overreach effectively banned COVID-19 testing in the crucial early days of the pandemic.

12.16.2022
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FRANK: Parental Rights Constitutional Amendment is Family Freedom Project’s Top Priority for 2023 Session

Over the last year, the importance of "Parental Rights" has captured the attention of the country, has galvanized parents, inspired lawmakers, and decided the outcome of important campaigns during November's elections. To further the effort in Texas, State Representative James Frank has filed HJR 58 – an amendment to the Texas Constitution – to help protect the right of Texas parents to raise their children, and he says it will be the Family Freedom Project’s top priority in the 2023 Legislative Session.

12.16.2022
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Why Did Black Georgians Vote for Raphael Warnock?

Warnock is a boilerplate Democrat of the left, with an agenda of government spending as the answer to every problem, who is also the address to turn to keep the door open to abortion and the LGBTQ agenda.

12.16.2022
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Gov. Abbott Calls for Attorney General to Investigate Non-Profit Groups Aiding In Illegal Border Surge

“There've been recent reports that Non-Governmental Organizations may have assisted in illegal border crossings near El Paso. We further understand NGOs may be engaged in unlawfully orchestrating other crossings – through activities on both sides of the border – including in sectors other than El Paso. As a result, I am calling on the Texas Attorney General’s Office to investigate the role of NGOs in planning & facilitating the illegal transportation of illegal immigrants across our borders," said Gov. Greg Abbott earlier today.

12.15.2022
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COMPTROLLER HEGAR: There's a Drought in Texas – It's Costing the State's Economy Plenty

Texas is currently experiencing the worst drought since 2011, and it's costing the Texas economy plenty – some $7.62 billion in agricultural losses, and nearly $17 billion in total. “With the population ballooning, and businesses booming, it comes as no surprise that Texas will need a lot of water to stay afloat,” said Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar. ​​​​​​​“And planning for Texas’ future water needs will require the dedication and resourcefulness of organizations and passionate individuals” in the upcoming 2023 Legislative Session.

12.15.2022
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Christi Craddick Elected Chairman of Texas Railroad Commission

“Chairman Christian has led this agency through serious rulemakings related to Winter Storm Uri, and I'm proud of the work this agency has completed to keep gas flowing in this state,” said Texas Railroad Commissioner Christi Craddick, after she was unanimously elected Chairman during today’s RRC open meeting.

12.15.2022
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Brady Launches Bi-Partisan Solutions Effort to Replace Unfair 'Windfall Elimination Provision'

Congressman Kevin Brady (TX-08) joined Ways & Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal and a bi-partisan group of Members of Congress from Texas to discuss solutions to replace the unfair "Windfall Elimination Provision" (WEP) with a fair, proportional formula that treats our Teachers, Firefighters & Police Officers just like the rest of America’s workers.

12.15.2022
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SCHLICHTER: America, This Whole Thing of Tolerating Weirdos has Outlived Its Usefulness

Whether it's some "non-binary" bondage mutant who oversees America's nuclear waste between bouts of luggage larceny, or an Army colonel who – and yeah, this happened – masks up in uniform as a leather sex puppy on social media ,and who along with junior officers also dressed as carnal canines that I guess would be an erotic litter... It is high time we no longer tolerate nuts as nuts.

12.15.2022
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TWITTER FILES UPDATE: If Republicans Ever Want to Win a National Election Again, They Must Hold Both Federal Bureaucrats & Big Tech Accountable

Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” – currently being released by Independent Journalists in a series of tweets – are shedding some detailed & sickening light on just how pervasively corrupt America’s intelligence agencies are... especially when it comes to acting on behalf of the Democrat Party & Joe Biden's Presidential Campaign. Their "collusion" has influenced the last two Presidential Elections, and instead of reporting on it the "Mainstream Media" have served as willing actors to amplify masses of "misinformation."

12.14.2022
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STATE REP. HUNTER: Let's Find a Way to Make This Holiday Season Brighter for Those in Need

With the Holiday Season upon us, it's important to remember there are many Texas residents that may need a helping hand this winter. In this week’s column, I'd like to continue a discussion about helping others by sharing a few simple ways you can make a significant impact in the life of someone less fortunate this year. I have outlined some of the many giving opportunities available at some of Texas' Coastal Bend charities.

12.14.2022
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Gov. Abbott Activates State Emergency Response for Statewide Severe Weather Threats

According to the National Weather Service, severe storms with damaging winds, large hail, tornadoes, heavy rainfall and flash flooding are expected to impact large regions of North, Central and East Texas. Portions of West Texas may experience severe winter weather impacts, including snow. Here's a list of the State Agencies that have placed resources on standby to support severe weather response operations across the state.

12.13.2022
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Cruz Praises U.S. Army for Choosing Ft. Worth’s Bell Textron to Build New Assault Helicopter

“The Army’s decision to give Bell Textron the contract to build the next generation assault helicopter is a clear recognition of Bell’s quality craftsmanship and state-of-the-art technology. Bell Textron is a premier aerospace manufacturer providing 5,500 good jobs to Texans," said Senator Ted Cruz of the U.S. Army’s decision to give Bell Textron the contract to replace the Black Hawk helicopter with a new assault helicopter for military use.

12.13.2022
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Pax­ton Sues Biden to Defend Reli­gious­ly-Affil­i­at­ed Adop­tion Agen­cies from Fed­er­al Government’s ​“Sex­u­al Ori­en­ta­tion” and ​“Gen­der Iden­ti­ty” Rules

Attorney General Paxton filed a lawsuit today defending faith-based groups and the State of Texas from being forced to adopt woke political views that violate the religious liberty and moral conscience of faith-based organizations and limit Texas’s ability to help at-risk children. 

12.13.2022
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Here's Why the Media & Journalists are Really So Scared About 'The Twitter Files'

Why are all these Democrats with Press Passes doing everything they can to downplay the "collusion" revelations coming out of Twitter? I’d bet dollars to donuts there’s a cabal of journalists who “turned in” to Twitter's Truth Police people THEY wanted quieted or shut down. And for people who claim to support "Free Speech" and inflate themselves as providers of "truth," being found out – or having THEIR emails exposed – is scaring the hell out of them. ​​​​​​

12.13.2022
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01.27.2023

TEXAS INSIDER ON YOUTUBE

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