Jobs up, oil drilling down | Much legislative news | Texas History is in court | The Durham report – Pratt on Texas 5/19/2023

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: Texas House passes a new version of property tax relief putting the ball back in the court of the Senate. Will the Senate compromise on things leadership previously said were not acceptable and you don’t compromise with “fuzzy math?”

Texas Capitol Dome

Much happening as the House began deliberations at 9am today and plans to work on Saturday. Democrats have fought hard all day to derail ban on the bigoted political (Left) litmus test of D.E.I. on our college campuses. I provide updates on other key legislation including House passage of a bill to stop children from seeing sexually explicit performances.

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Roy Maynard

Texas History is on the line and in court Monday. Roy Maynard shows us another example of how the far-Leftist “woke” have invaded and then try to dominate our institutions – this time it’s the Texas State Historical Association.

Texas sets another jobs record and oil field drilling plummets, again.

Hans von Spakovsky

Hans A. von Spakovsky, of the Heritage Foundation, tells us just how damning is Special Counsel John H. Durham’s report on the FBI. It shows sloppy work, ignoring of evidence, political favoritism, and much more. Read Spakovsky’s summary: The FBI’s Keystone Cops According to John Durham.

And, other news of Texas.

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