Social Security and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits for approximately 70 million Americans will increase 1.3 percent in 2021, the Social Security Administration announced today.
Yes, Democrats are now threatening to pack the Supreme Court if they get the chance. That's because they've owned the Court for so long – nearly a century – that they believe they truly own it by Divine Right and Divinity. But in reality, Democrats have left themselves with no viable option but to whine, to threaten, to quiver – and to throw “Pack the Court” tantrums.
Governor Greg Abbott announced that theDSHS and the Texas Division of TDEM have surged medical personnel and personal protective equipment (PPE) to El Paso to help combat COVID-19 and support hospitals in the region.
Following day one of the Senate confirmation hearing for Judge Amy Coney Barrett, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), appeared on Fox News’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to recap the opening statements and discuss Senate Democrats’ power plot to pack the Supreme Court.
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) announced that as the Texas economy continues to open TWC will reinstate state work search requirements, which had been suspended since March, but will resume on November 1, 2020.
Senator Brandon Creighton (R-Conroe) held the first interim hearing since March, convening the Senate Committee on Higher Education.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick today called on the State Auditor to provide a financial and programmatic audit of the more than $138 million state dollars that have been allocated for the historic preservation of the Alamo.
Since its inception, feminism told everyone they were fighting for equality. That’s a noble goal. It’s also one the feminists achieved, whether they want to admit it or not (and they don’t want to admit it because there’s no money or power in admitting it). But equality brought with it something unexpected and inconvenient – literal equality.
What does it mean to be "A Patriot" when fighting against belligerent and intellectual forces within our nation's own walls? American Democracy has come to a disturbing inflection point. This is not a fiction.
More “Registered Voters” nationwide want to move beyond the current COVID-19 lockdowns than not, says a recent Scott Rasmussen National Survey. And “Likely Voters” in Purple States – the competitive states that may decide the 2020 Election – say they want restrictions eased, 49% to 36%. Even Blue State Voters appear to be losing their patience.
Barack Obama admitted something in a recent interview that Democrats have been trying to deny or keep secret for months: "If you look at Joe Biden's goals and Bernie Sanders' goals, they're not that different." He's right – the two men are merely describing the Democrat Party's radical 2020 vision in different tones of voice, hoping Americans don't and won't catch on.
Democrat Joe Biden's support among Hispanics, at 61%, remains well short of the 66%-67% he probably needs to win, and the same appears to hold true among Blacks. And by a margin of 43%-40%, voters now think Mr. Trump will win the election.
This legislation would expand broadband access across the country by sending federal dollars to the states for the purpose of developing programs that fund broadband projects in underserved areas.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced the appointment of Brent Webster as First Assistant Attorney General.
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush recently announced the Texas General Land Office (GLO) has completely rebuilt more than 2,000 homes for Texas families through the Homeowner Assistance Program.