Fernando Trevino

When Battleground Texas started up, we heard a lot about how the booming Hispanic population in Texas was going to turn this state blue. On election night, Texas Republicans and HRT hit Democrats with the biggest reality...
When I first heard of “2016: Obama’s America,” I was pretty skeptical. I was afraid this was just going to be another movie bashing President Obama. I would not say I’m a defender of the President; in fact, I have been...
Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan was clearly the big draw at tonight's convention. Congressman Ryan hit hard for the future of this country by clearly laying out how he and Mitt Romney would tackle the tough issues that...
Mitt Romney’s selection of Wisconsin Congressman Paul Ryan to be his Vice-Presidential running mate is perhaps the most serious and forward-thinking choice he could have made. We all know Mitt Romney has great executive and...
Who would have thought, but South Texas actually has an interesting race on the Republican side for Congress! Of course we are still in the middle of a runoff, but now that we are getting close to November we must look at...
With a budget shutdown averted and behind us, it is time to move onto the real battle – the FY2012 budget! This is where conservatives will really have to get into the fight over debts and deficits. Democrats may have...
What is going on in the Texas House? I find it strange that even after their electoral beating, the Democrats in Texas refuse to listen to the voters who clearly wanted more conservative governance and continue to obstruct...
On Tuesday, March 1, the House Select Committee on Voter Identification and Voter Fraud began hearing testimony on the Voter ID bill that passed the Senate two weeks ago. While this is definitely a good start at combating...
Just over a month after Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison announced she will retire from the US Senate when her current term expires, the field to replace her in 2012 is already getting pretty full. The four Republicans who have...
While most everyone in Texas was freezing last week (and this week), Governor Rick Perry was in California to celebrate President Ronald Reagan’s centennial in addition to promoting Texas’ friendly business environment....
One of the few things that really irritates me is how ignorant most of us are on tax policies. Granted, the IRS Tax Code is well over 44,000 pages but you’d think that people who are going to complain about a presidential...
Well it's official, last night Governor Mitt Romney accepted his party's nomination to be the 45th President of the United States. The last night of the convention was all about his vision for America and how the policies...
Tuesday night featured many prominent conservative women and minorities, counteracting the liberal message of division. While the Democrat Party loves to set us against each other, the Republican Party focused on a theme of...
It is unfortunate that as election day draws near, Jessica Puente Bradshaw's campaign and supporters have resorted to misusing my words and intentionally misleading voters! This story has appeared in several places and uses...
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Dear Fellow Voters,Early Voting has begun in Texas and will run through May 25, with Primary Day being May 29. We have a responsibility to be informed voters and choose the candidate who will best represent our values and...
When I was in high school, I quickly realized there were a lot of inefficiencies in my local school district, but it wasn’t until I started looking into conservative projects such as Protect the Classroom and the Red Apple...
In these lean budgetary times, Texas schools, and more specifically Texas teachers, are being targeted to balance our state’s budget, but does it have to be this way? The more than 1,000 school districts in the state of...
Once again liberal hypocrisy is on full display and in such a beautiful way in Wisconsin. Due to a multi-billion dollar budget deficit, Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker has decided to take on the unions who are...
On Friday, February 11, freshman State Senator Jose Rodriguez (D – El Paso) filed SB600, which is basically the antithesis of Arizona’s SB1070 and then some. If passed, which I highly doubt (it’ll be lucky if it’s even...
Being a political novice, I didn’t know that assigning House committees would take this long, but then again, there are 37 freshmen in the Texas House. Things were already going well in Texas when Republicans achieved a...

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