Julie McCarty—mother, Christian and First Citizen of the Northeast Tarrant Tea Party (NETTP)—is not a woman who suffers fools gladly, and state Rep. Giovanni Capriglione (R-Southlake) should have known that. Read More
If Texas politicians are refining the art of how to get indicted, Paxton showed us what not to do. He communicated Monday that he was on the defensive. Read More
Founder of SEC-probed company linked to Paxton appears at Collin County courthouse
The grand jury considering felony charges against Attorney General Ken Paxton met today in Collin County—and an unexpected figure happened to be there. Read More
In Granbury, evangelical leaders rally the faithful with talk of Hitler, slavery, sodomy and voter turnout.
On Friday, at the second annual Christian Values Summit, some 200 evangelicals met in the Granbury Resort Conference Center to consider America’s precipitous moral decline. Could the nation be saved? Read More
State Rep. Giovanni Capriglione talks Bitcoin, bullion and the Federal Reserve with apocalyptic radio preacher
In a radio interview with Christian talk show host Rick Wiles, Rep. Giovanni Capriglione talks about the Texas gold depository, which would allow gold owned by the University of Texas’ endowment fund to be returned from New York City. While gold fever has long been a feature of American political life, its rapid normalization in Texas and adoption as state policy is odd, to say the least. Read More