Author Archives: sedwardstea

Whose Interests Is the House Freedom Caucus Considering?

The United States will reach the debt limit on November 5. If the limit is not raised prior to that point, the United States could default on its obligations, but that is not a likely outcome. Two days ago, Paul … Continue reading

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Reflections on 9/11 Remembrance

by Sheri Edwards Today there are many pictures of remembrance and reflection on the memorial of 9/11 – the day America had terrorist attacks on our own soil. It rocked our sense of security as a nation.  I was driving … Continue reading

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Ed Thompson Responds

I received a response to my letter (see previous article) penned to TX Representative Ed Thompson in the mail yesterday. He first outlines the House budget of $209.8 billion stating it “provides additional General Revenue in transportation, invests in our … Continue reading

Posted in 84th Legislature, Border Security, Republican Party, School / Educational Issues, Speaker of the House, TEA Party, Texas, Texas House of Representatives, Texas Legislature, Texas Senate | Leave a comment

Co-founder of Texas Conservatives pens open letter to TX House 29 State Representative Ed Thompson

Dear Ed, I would like you to know the facts, rather than the talking points Joe Straus gives.  A priority for the legislature should be on closing our border, which I discussed with Emily when I was last in your … Continue reading

Posted in 84th Legislature, Border Security, Conservative Republicans of Texas, Cronyism, Governmental Bullies, Lt Governor, Republican, Republican Party, School / Educational Issues, Speaker of the House, State Issues, TEA Party, Texas, Texas House of Representatives, Texas Legislature, Texas Senate, Wasteful Spending | Leave a comment

Is Texas DMV Competing with ObamaCare Rollout for “Glitches”?

On May 27, 2013, both the House and Senate of the 83rd Texas Legislature passed HB 2305, and it was signed by Governor Perry on June 14, 2013. Fast forward nearly 2 years when this law took effect on March 1, … Continue reading

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