Posts Categorized: Capitol Hall Report

Capitol Hall Report – Open for Business – Just Not the State’s Business

Open for Business – Just Not the State’s Business On March 18, 2020 the Texas Capitol was closed to the public by the State Preservation Board in response to the Governor’s Executive Order shutting down most economic and social activity across the state due to the perceived rise in COVID-19 cases. Now, almost five months… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Will We Remember?

Will we remember? Angry mobs are vandalizing and destroying monuments across the United States. Many say that these are attacks on the preservation of our nation’s history, and they are right. Clearly, those who are taking down the monuments don’t have a thorough understanding of history, because statues of heroes such as Hans Christian Heg,… Read more

Does Liberty Matter? Capitol Hall Report

Does Liberty Matter? Either liberty matters, or it doesn’t. You can’t have it both ways, no matter what actions Governor Abbott or any local elected official takes or allows to be taken. We have repeatedly heard the Governor say that local governments cannot enforce a requirement that individuals wear masks. Apparently though, local governments have… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Post COVID-19 Texas—Liberty Lost?

Post COVID Texas—Liberty Lost? The death of approximately 1,500 Texans due to COVID-19 in the first five months of 2020 is unfortunate and alarming until put in perspective by comparing it to the 7,500 Texans who died with the flu. Since COVID-19 was first identified in China in late 2019, there have been over 6,193,548 cases… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Balanced Budgets; No New Taxes.

Balanced Budgets; No New Taxes. Until the Texas government decided to declare 90 percent of Texas businesses “non-essential” and arbitrarily close them indefinitely, Redistricting loomed as the biggest challenge facing the upcoming 87th legislative session. However, with the double whammy of the Chinese COVID-19 shutdowns and the unprecedented drops in oil and gas futures, there… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Latest Update – Liberty Loss Through Government Overreach – Part 5

Case Study of Liberty Loss Through Government Overreach – Part 5 After the latest court hearing on the Pardo case, there is much to be thankful for.   As the Supreme Court’s order to return Drake to his family had previously signaled, the Kaufman family court finally dismissed with prejudice the fabricated CPS case against the… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Texas Medical Board Now Triaging Patients

Texas Medical Board Now Triaging Patients. If you thought the ill-conceived directive from the Pharmacy Commission, which directed pharmacies to not fill prescriptions for existing drugs prescribed by medical doctors for patients the doctor wanted to treat for the Chinese Corona Virus was dreadful, wait until you hear what the Texas Medical Board (TMB) has… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Texas Medical Board Now Triaging Patients

  Texas Medical Board Now Triaging Patients. If you thought the ill-conceived directive from the Pharmacy Commission, which directed pharmacies to not fill prescriptions for existing drugs prescribed by medical doctors for patients the doctor wanted to treat for the Chinese Corona Virus was dreadful, wait until you hear what the Texas Medical Board (TMB)… Read more

Second Amendment Self Defense Rights Progress

Second Amendment Self Defense Rights Progress While many pro-Second Amendment patriots still feel the sting of the failure of the constitutional carry legislation this past session, all was not lost in that several good 2nd Amendment protection bills were passed by the 86th Legislature and signed into law by the governor. Though limited to only 12 bills,… Read more

Capitol Hall Report – Second Amendment Self Defense Rights Progress

Second Amendment Self Defense Rights Progress While many pro-Second Amendment patriots still feel the sting of the failure of the constitutional carry legislation this past session, all was not lost in that several good 2nd Amendment protection bills were passed by the 86th Legislature and signed into law by the governor. Though limited to only 12 bills,… Read more