Tag Archives: Michael Quinn Sullivan
At a dessert banquet for Jonathan Stickland, tea party funders convene for their biannual fleecing.
Texas House elections are fun to write about, and they’re crazy as hell. But their primary benefit seems to be their ability to get consultants paid....Read More
Things are getting heated in House District 58, where Philip Eby's supporters are learning a little something from his warrior spirit....Read More
This weekend's contest between two far-right candidates in Senate District 4 saw a bomb-thrower defeated by a legislative insider—an increasingly rare event....Read More
The feedback loop that protects conservatives from legitimate criticism is Bob Deuell's challenger's best friend.
What does hundreds of thousands of dollars in unpaid taxes make you? A warrior, targeted by Obama himself, who'll return this country to fiscal sanity....Read More
The Republican kingmaker has had a bad couple of days in front of the state’s Ethics Commission—but will it stick?
For years, Michael Quinn Sullivan has used his talents to shape Texas politics—but confronted by the Ethics Commission on two fronts, is his power in decline?...Read More