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Tag: Texas

What’s Happening in Texas Politics? Battle over the Appointment of Democrat Chairmanships

Many Texans may be unaware of the current policy in Austin for the Speaker of the House to award committee chairmanships to both the majority and minority parties. Even though Republicans held the majority during the last legislative session, Democrats in Texas were put in charge of 40% of House committees. This is a policy that has been in place for numerous years, but this past year, 81% of Republican voters asked Republicans in the Texas Legislature to end this practice. The vote on this rule change will be happening in Austin this next Thursday, January 12.

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Despite What is Being Portrayed in the Media (and even by many Republicans), Conservatives had some BIG Wins in the Midterms

The anticipated red wave turned into a red trickle, leaving many scratching their heads and others throwing in the towel. But Republicans had some major wins, with more wins anticipated once the counting is done. Why didn’t the current state of the U.S. economy lead to a LOUD repudiation of the current administration and its’ policies? Abortion and debt forgiveness were key factors.

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Time to End All Vaccine Mandates

“17% of my patients today were for adverse reactions to the vaccine.” – Dr. Mary Talley Bowden, MD (Posted 1 hour ago on Twitter @MdBreath) There is risk associated with taking the vaccine. (Any vaccine.) There is risk associated with not taking the vaccine. ALL information regarding potential risk/reward benefits should be presented to the public and individuals allowed to make their own health decision.

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