UT Objectivism Society

UT Objectivists and “Slavery”

The UT Objectivism Society needs to learn that some words should not be used lightly in politics. While promoting an event that will “dissect” the president’s policies and governance in an email• and on facebook, the student group claimed, a vote for him is a vote for slavery!” Obviously, this is a free country and […]

Paul Sadler with Crowd

Sadler’s Final Pitch

In the final weeks of his campaign, Sadler has gained the critical wind to become a serious candidate for the United States Senate against Tea Party extremist Ted Cruz. In his final pitch to Texas voters, Sadler is reminding them of his bipartisan record and mainstream agenda. Major newspapers from across the Lone Star State are […]

Senator Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa at the Capitol Tejano Monument Groundbreaking. (photo by Huey Rey Fischer)

Who Doesn’t Like Chuy?

Senator Juan “Chuy” Hinojosa is having a much easier sail to victory than he had originally feared. Unfortunately for his Republican opponent, Raul Torres, everybody likes the incumbent and his record. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times summed it up pretty well in their endorsement: District 34 Rep. Connie Scott, R-Robstown, spent a chunk of her interview […]

Gregg Abbott's Letter

Abbott’s Lack of Southern Hospitality

Remember Judge Head’s fears of a UN invasion on Texas soil? He is pushing for a tax increase in Lubbock County in order to adequately fund and reinforce local law enforcement. Well, the West Texas leader is no longer alone in his preparations for threats to our state and national sovereignty. Attorney General Greg Abbott […]