Don Hooper

The No Transition Transition

For three consecutive election cycles, Paul Simpson challenged Jared Woodfill for Harris County Republican Party Chair. In 2014, Simpson won the position after claiming that Woodfill was engaged in malfeasance – allegations that the vacancy committee was rejecting qualified applicants and the party’s finances were troubling. These allegations were promulgated by a core group of
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Saturday Showdown of the Simpson Sycophants

Saturday was filled with last gasps of hot air from the Simpson crowd – still working to undue the March 2020 election results. This is an informational update on the Saturday Showdown of the Simpson Sycophants. At 11:38 p.m. on Saturday, August 1, current Senate District 13 Chair Kristy Bridges sent the following email: Dear
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Battle Discovery Green Dylan Glass

My last three weeks have been very different. Since the death of George Floyd, downtown Houston has been ground zero for protest activities, both peaceful and violent. From our view, we have personally witnessed the preparation, the marches, the mayhem, and the aftermath. On Friday, May 29, we were caught in the midst of the
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Harris County Republican Party Virtue Signaling

Virtue signaling is a liberal tactic that has a big brother – political correctness. Most of the riots you see in America today are happening because of virtue signaling and political correctness tools employed by the left together with the mainstream media. Today, virtue signaling came to the Harris County Republican Party. The Simpson folks
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il Bond Democrats Socialist

Harris County lost more than Ed Emmett in the November 2018 election. This election represented a sea change in criminal justice issues and the bombardment of the socialist agenda. A look at the bail bond consent decree signed by Judge Lee Rosenthal and who is behind it. Republican judges serving in the misdemeanor and felony
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Party of Principle Martin

Gary Polland says it best – “We can have a party of principles with no money or we can have a party with money and no principles.” If you have known Gary for any length of time, you have heard him make this statement. He is, of course, referring to the Harris County Republican Party.
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