Unraveling Obama-Era Regulations on Day One with the Congressional Review Act

Unraveling Obama-Era Regulations on Day One with the Congressional Review Act

We Say: Thanks, in part to activist grass roots pressure, the Republican-led congress ended its lame-duck session with considerable conservative victories, including: Confirmed no Obama Supreme Court nomination Excluded the “Draft our Daughters” provision from the National Defense Authorization Act Stopped Obama’s Massive Omnibus Spending Bill Stopped the Internet Sales Tax Now Congress must: Pass […]

Former UK Ambassador: “I’ve Met the DNC Wikileaks Leaker…”

Former UK Ambassador: “I’ve Met the DNC Wikileaks Leaker…”

We Say: It doesn’t seem clear who may or may have not attempted to influence the US election. Yes, we need to find out if anything was done, who did it, and why. But consider what they did!!! They disclosed: 1) E-mails from Hillary’s campaign chairman John Podesta connecting her to powerful bankers. 2) DNC […]

What jury duty with Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson was like

What jury duty with Secretary of State nominee Rex Tillerson was like

We Say: The measure of a man can usually be determined by what he does when no one is watching.  This is a touching account of what Mr. Tillerson did when no one knew who he was. Republished by WorldTribune.com, Staff report, December 19, 2016. Image credit: image not covered by license One of our first […]

Help wanted: City Hall hiring another innovation specialist

Help wanted: City Hall hiring another innovation specialist

We Say: Another informative local story from Kenric Ward. The City of San Antonio needs to spend more money to become more efficient? Hmmm. Sounds like something out of Atlas Shrugged. And we agree with former SATP director Jeff Judson’s take on the matter:  “The Office of Innovation looks like a hodgepodge of unrelated liberal […]