Robert Nichols was the sixth most conservative in the Senate last year. But an attack site that surfaced in the last two weeks says he’s a liberal.
Tag Archives: Michael Quinn Sullivan
The potential firing of UT-Austin President Bill Powers marks another success for the machine that’s been chewing through Texas politics and institutions.
At Michael Quinn Sullivan’s formal hearing before the Texas Ethics Commission, the man that seemingly never stops talking refused to talk.
Things are getting heated in House District 58, where Philip Eby’s supporters are learning a little something from his warrior spirit.
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.
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.
This week in WTF Friday: Women—what’s the deal with them? Office unity. Is Bob Deuell’s runoff challenger the future of the GOP? Or is it Sun Tzu.
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?
Gov. Rick Perry vetoed his first set of bills Saturday, including SB 346, Sen. Kel Seliger’s “dark money” disclosure bill.
But one thing everyone should be able to agree on is that conservative activist Michael Quinn Sullivan is horrible at math. Twice in the past month, Sullivan’s been thoroughly busted on the widely disseminated, but bogus, numbers that he uses to convince credulous tea partiers and lawmakers that Texas is a profligate spender.