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Democrats Are Flunking the Test: Is This Anybody’s Idea of Democracy?

​​​​​​​What a small handful of Democrat Elites are doing is a last-minute bait-&-switch to evade responsibility for an administration – and its figurehead – which they elected and supported for over three and a half years. They're trying to hang on to power by desperate trickery that insults every American's intelligence, deprives them of their right to hold Joe Biden's White House and the Democrat Party to account at the Ballot Box – but "Democracy" means the people decide.

07.23.2024
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Wave of Technological Transformation Could Present Investor's with Opportunity

While some 70% of Americans say they have a plan to reach their financial goals in 2024, adjusting one's strategies to ensure your personal or family investments remain stable and fiscally sound is always advisable. Understanding how today's rapidly changing economy and technological advancements affect your investments play an important role. While positioning your portfolio for the structural transformations we're experiencing may seem like a tall order, here are three major themes to consider.

07.23.2024
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CONG. McCAUL: Investigating the Attempted Assassination of President Trump

Director Kimberly Cheatle admitted that her agency failed to protect him. She must be held accountable. As the chairman emeritus and a current senior member of the House Homeland Security Committee, I will be working with my colleagues to conduct oversight of these failures by visiting the site of the rally and questioning key Biden Administration officials. The American people deserve answers – and I’m committed to getting them.

07.22.2024
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CONG. PFLUGER: Secret Service Director Cheatle Must Resign

Kimberly Cheatle must resign as Director of the Secret Service – and a resignation will not excuse her from accountability. Every day brings more major revelations in the embarrassing failure to keep President Trump and his supporters secure. We will find out the truth – and not rely on Trump-haters to tell us what happened. I will not stop asking questions and demanding answers for the attempted assassination of President Donald Trump.

07.22.2024
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CONG. WEBER: Here's How to Apply for Disaster Assistance for Hurricane Beryl Damages

Individuals and households in Brazoria County, Galveston, Jefferson & Orange Counties are now eligible for FEMA Individual Assistance due to Hurricane Beryl's impacts.  Assistance is available to Individuals and Households in need of financial and direct services who have uninsured or underinsured necessary expenses and serious needs. HERE's several ways, and HOW to apply.

07.22.2024
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Texas General Land Office Announces Dunes, Structure Emergency Rules for Tropical Storm Alberto & Hurricane Beryl Recovery

These emergency rules will expedite the permitting process for local governments in Nueces, Matagorda, Brazoria, and Galveston counties affected by Tropical Storm Alberto and Hurricane Beryl. Implementing these rules will also help property owners make emergency repairs and build dunes quicker without the GLO’s review. However, it’s important to note that local government authorization is still required.

07.22.2024
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SCHLICHTER: Joe Biden Will Always & Forever be Remembered as the Guy Too Senile to be President

I guess that Trump +7 in Michigan Poll Sunday put the final nail in Joe Biden’s "legacy" coffin. Sure was smart to spend $320 million on that crazy pier to Hamas and screw over Israel to lock down the Michigan vote, wasn't it? But that’s Joe – always wrong, always inept, always blowing it – yet always convinced he’s a prodigy and a visionary. His and the Democrat's incompetencies killed Americans – from our troops to our own citizens murdered by criminals & illegal aliens they invited in.

07.22.2024
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Hurricane Beryl Brings Texas' Power Grid, Need for Statewide Reforms to Foreground 

Earlier this year, Texas Public Utility Commission Chair Thomas Gleeson presided over a meeting focused on the ongoing efforts to improve the reliability of Texas’ electric grid. In the meeting, Gleeson said that while significant improvements have been made on reliability, more work was still necessary to ensure the long-term reliability of Texas’ power grid. “This doesn’t mean we’re done improving – we're continuously looking for ways to meet the needs of our fast-growing state,” Gleeson said.

07.19.2024
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Texas Continues To Outperform Nation In Annual Job Creation

Governor Greg Abbott today celebrated Texas continuing to outperform the nation and lead all states for jobs added over the last 12 months following the release of June employment data. Texas also set new highs for the number of Texans working and the size of the Texas labor force. Governor Abbott also recently celebrated Texas again being recognized with a Gold Shovel Award by Area Development magazine.

07.19.2024
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CONG. SESSIONS: Americans Deserve Answers about Attempted President Trump Assassination

Last Saturday, I was horrified as I watched the events in Butler, Pennsylvania. I am so thankful that President Trump was spared by the grace of God. I join in mourning with our country, those who were harmed, and the family of Corey Compertore, who lost his life protecting his family. Following this tragedy, I hope to see a shift in political dialogue to fix, not fight. This is the time to unify as Americans, and political violence is decidedly un-American.

07.19.2024
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ICYMI: Sen. Cruz Speech at 2024 RNC Convention Blasts Biden Border Crisis

"Never before has an election mattered so much. We're facing an invasion on our southern border. Not figuratively—a literal invasion. 11.5 million people have crossed our border illegally under Joe Biden. Look around you, this arena holds about 18,000 souls. Now imagine 639 arenas just like this filled to the brim. That is 11.5 million people—larger than all but eight states in the nation."

07.19.2024
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Texas' Civilian Labor Force Exceeds 15.3 Million

The state’s seasonally adjusted total nonfarm employment, which is estimated independently of the civilian labor force statistics and refers to the number of filled jobs within Texas, showed a decrease of 1,200 jobs—from 14,190,000 in May to 14,188,800 in June. However, Texas’ nonfarm job count grew by 267,400 positions since June 2023. This reflected a 1.9 percent annual growth rate, which outpaced the nation by 0.2 percentage points.

07.19.2024
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Can We Let the Voters Decide — Not the FBI, CIA, DOJ, Lawyers, Prosecutors, and Judges?

When Donald Trump seemed to have a lock on the 2016 Republican primary, the Democratic Party concluded that the people could not be counted on to do the "right thing" of electing the Democratic candidate in waiting for Hillary Clinton. Eight long years of extralegal efforts followed to neuter the candidate, then President, then ex-President, and then-candidate again, Donald Trump.

07.19.2024
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Lt. Gov. Patrick Announces Creation of Senate Special Committee on Hurricane & Tropical Storm Preparedness, Recovery, and Electricity

“Texans are rightfully upset with the overwhelming failure of electric utility companies to restore power in a timely fashion following Hurricane Beryl. The electric utility companies’ failure cannot be tolerated, especially when it was so obvious a storm was headed toward Texas," said Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, announcing the creation of the Senate Special Committee on Hurricane and Tropical Storms that will be chaired by State Sen. Charles Schwertner, with Sen. Phil King serving as Vice Chair.

07.18.2024
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Rep. Tony Gonzales Delivers: Blackwell School Formally Established as 430th National Park Site

From 1909 to 1965, the Blackwell School served as the only school for children of Mexican descent in Marfa, Texas. In 2019, the school was listed on the National Register of Historic Places and met qualifications to become a National Historic Site. The Blackwell School National Park Site is one of the few national park sites designated to commemorate Latino history and culture in the United States.

07.18.2024
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Gov. Abbott Announces Federal Approval for SNAP Hot Foods Purchases in 36 Counties

“As communities recover and rebuild from Hurricane Beryl, Texas continues working to ensure that impacted Texans have access to fresh, quality food. With power outages still affecting Texans, this federal approval for 36 Counties will help eligible Texans purchase hot, ready-to-eat meals for themselves and their families," said Governor Greg Abbott earlier today after the Texas Health & Human Services Commission received federal approval. Here's a listin of the 36 Counties, and how to apply.  

07.18.2024
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Comptroller Hegar: No Need for Revision of Certification Revenue Estimate

Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar today said he will not release a formal revision of the Certification Revenue Estimate (CRE), citing the fact that net general revenue-related (GR-R) collections through the first 10 months of fiscal 2024 are tracking with the 2024-25 CRE (PDF) issued last October. The October 2023 CRE forecast a 2024-25 ending certification balance of $18.3 billion.

07.18.2024
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YORK: Donald Trump & the J.D. Vance V.P. Calculation

Trump was tremendously successful in keeping his selection a secret. He kept his choice a secret until almost literally the last minute -- Vance was notified that he had been selected about 20 minutes before Trump publicly announced it on TruthSocial, his social media network. Senator J.D. Vance could help the ticket win the crucial states of Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin. ​​​​​​​If he does help win even just one of those states, he will very likely be the next vice president of the United States.

07.18.2024
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07.23.2024

TEXAS INSIDER ON YOUTUBE

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