U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is one of 30 of his Senate colleagues to cosponsor the bipartisan Paycheck Protection Small Business Forgiveness Act, legislation that would streamline forgiveness for PPP loans of $150,000 or less if the borrower submits a simple, one-page attestation form to the lender.
According to Ballotpedia, 34 states across America will require some sort of official ID to vote in November's Presidential Election, with 18 requiring a Photo ID. Yet after 19,888 counterfeit U.S. Driver's Licenses were recently seized at Chicago's O'Hare Airport, fears of voter fraud continue to resound across mainstream media.
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and President Trump have granted a Federal Emergency Declaration request for Public Assistance Category B (Emergency Protective Measures).
While Democrat's claims that voter fraud is rare and mail-in or absentee ballots do not represent a threat to November's Election, 3,100 ballots – representing more than 22% of the Total Votes Cast in the Special Election – were disqualified.
With the Texans ready to safely get back to work, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz launched a second statewide tele-tour to connect with the men and women of the Lone Star State who are working toward Texas’ and the country’s recovery from the public health and economic crises.
In the latest “Peaceful Protest” in Portland, a man being chased by rioters crashed his pickup truck, was removed from the truck and brutally beaten unconscious by “protesters” in a horrendous act caught on video. WATCH HERE. (WARNING, voilence, graphic language & distrubing video is included.)
Had President Trump not ordered this step, in just a few short weeks the arms embargo on Iran would have been lifted, and then after that the ballistic missile ban, and ultimately Iran would be left with an unlimited civilian nuclear program endorsed by the U.N.
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that the TWC has applied for additional unemployment benefit funding made available through President Trump's Lost Wage Assistance Executive Order.
38% of All "Likely U.S. Voters" – including 20% of Democrats overall – believe Nominee Joe Biden suffers from some form of Dementia, and 61% think its important for him to address the issue publicly. Even 49% of Democrats think it’s likely his vice president will become president within the next four years.
When asked which is closer to their own thinking, 50% of "Likely U.S. Voters" say that police should crack down on the violence & protests to bring them to an end, including 47% of Unaffiliated Voters who think police should crack down on the protests.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in his new op-ed in Newsweek praised the Trump administration for taking action last week to prevent the expiration of an arms embargo this October and urged the administration to invoke the snapback mechanism in the UN Security Council Resolution (UNSCR) 2231.
Texas Att. Gen. Ken Paxton filed a 'Friend-of-the-Court' brief with the Texas Supreme Court urging the court to override a Trial Court Order that unlawfully prevented the Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District from resuming in-person, on-campus operations and teacher trainings just days before the start of the school year.
After President Trump signed an Aug. 8th Executive Memorandum in the face of Congressional Democrat's inaction, $300 in Extended Unemployment Benefits are slated to be included as part of the program's weekly payments by the end of this month said the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA,) which is distributing the funds.
Congressman Brian Babin (TX-36) led 21 Members of Congress in a letter urging DHS Acting Secretary, Chad Wolf, to reexamine cross border “essential travel” COVID-19 guidelines and to swiftly close any exploited travel loopholes.
A whopping 634 negative statements were made about President Donald Trump between June 1st - July 31st, while just 34 positive statements were made. “That’s not 'news reporting' — that’s a negative advertising campaign in action. There’s never been anything like it,” said Media Research Center's Research Director, Rich Noyes.
Information is useless without action. The largest counties in Texas have recently sent taxpayers new information on how to analyze the level of taxes you pay, and now is the time to get involved.
"The legislature will take this issue up next session, but in the meantime, the Texas Department of Public Safety will stand in the gap to protect our Capital City," said Gov. Greg Abbott earlier today following the Austin City Council's decision to cut $150 million from the Austin Police Department's budget.
Congressman Roger Williams (R-TX-25) this week sent a letter to U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Acting Secretary Chad Wolf requesting an update on the implementation of Non-Intrusive Inspection (NII) technology at the southern border.
The number of laid-off workers applying for Weekly Unemployment Aid fell below 1 million last week for the first time in 20 Weeks . While COVID-19 continues to debilitate the U.S. economy, the decline may suggest jobs across the U.S. are rebounding as layoffs slow, or are being reversed nationwide.
Why, when so much of what dominates our national discussion today is the alleged importance of elimination of racism and sexism, is there open and unabashed talk about how sexism and racism must be the basis for choosing the candidate for the nation's second-highest office?