WAX: Here’s Why Texas Governor Greg Abbott is Tanking.

Once a favorite and a “rising star” in the national Republican Party, Texas Governor Greg Abbott has fallen from grace. Recent polling shows he has lost his lead in the Texas GOP gubernatorial primary, dropping nearly 20 points in just three months. Abbott’s collapse was not brought about by dishonest attacks from the corporate media. On the contrary, his inauthenticity has become too much for conservative Texas voters to bear. In the era of Trump’s Republican Party, the conventional wisdom of Republican in Name Only (RINO) hacks simply won’t cut it, and it is clear to all that Abbott’s inner

Allen West – Trump’s Texas Torchbearer – Overtakes Governor Abbott. Here’s Why.

A recent poll showed retired Lieutenant Colonel Allen West leading incumbent Texas Governor Greg Abbott by six points, 38 to 32 percent. It also showed that Abbott’s support has cratered since his peak of 56 percent support in October. This may be a shock to Republicans outside Texas, who may have been fooled by Abbott’s carefully-constructed façade of leadership.  Abbott has done a decent job of pulling the wool over the eyes of national Republicans and even some Texas conservatives. Ever-ready to puff his chest out to secure a nice photo op before inevitably capitulating, we have observed this on

Gov. Abbott Falsely Blasts ‘Anti-Semitic’ Gab But Openly Collaborates With Chinese Communist Party.

While Governor Greg Abbott has criticized the platform Gab as “anti-semitic,” he has openly collaborated with the genocidal Chinese Communist Party – even sending letters to “celebrate” the party’s 70th anniversary.  “Anti-semitic platforms like Gab have no place in Texas,” the Texas Governor proclaimed in a Twitter video announcing legislation to tackle the ideology. Abbott, however, has met with and praised officials from the genocidal Chinese Communist Party. In 2017, Governor Abbott met with Chinese Consul General in Houston Li Qiangmin, Madam Zeng Hongyan, Deputy Consul General Liu Hongmei, and Commercial Counselor Zhou Zhencheng. The officials from the consulate, which

Texas Legislators Take Pro-Life Stand, Pass More Protections for Unborn

While most Americans were asleep last night, legislators in the Texas Senate were working diligently to add more pro-life legislation to their books, displaying their strong commitment to curbing abortions in the Lone Star State. Senate Bill 4 passed the Texas Senate by a 21-10 vote shortly before 2 a.m. earlier today. Sponsored by state Senator Charles Schwertner, the legislation prohibits local and state government agencies from contracting with abortion providers and their affiliates. It also expands the current state and federal bans on using taxpayer dollars to pay for abortions by prohibiting any financial contracts with clinics affiliated with

BREAKING: Texas Gov. Abbott Signs Pro-Life Bill, With More Coming

Yesterday, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill placing significant restrictions on abortion providers in his state, and simultaneously called for a special session which will provide an opportunity for further pro-life gains. We reported on the bill last week, shortly after it passed the Texas legislature: On Friday, Texas senators passed several new abortion limits, including a ban on dilation and evacuation — or “dismemberment abortions”, the most common abortion procedure used for second-trimester babies. The bill, Senate Bill 8, which has previously passed the House by a vote of 96-47, also requires that fetal remains be either buried

Texas Gov. Abbott Poised to Sign Strong Pro-Life Legislation

Less than a year after the Supreme Court struck down a pro-life law in Texas, the indomitable state legislature has once again acted to protect the unborn, sending new abortion regulations to Governor Greg Abbott’s desk. On Friday, Texas senators passed several new abortion limits, including a ban on dilation and evacuation — or “dismemberment abortions”, the most common abortion procedure used for second-trimester babies. The bill, Senate Bill 8, which has previously passed the House by a vote of 96-47, also requires that fetal remains be either buried or cremated. These bills represent the most stringent abortion regulations the