Harris County Republican Party reaching out

And choice in education is the wave of the future because it represents a return to some of our most basic American values. Choice in education is no mere abstraction. Like its economic cousin, free enterprise, and its political cousin, democracy, it affords hope and opportunity. – Ronald Reagan, 1989 This past Sunday, Republicans in Harris […]

Judicial Engagement by Harris County Republicans

I ran across a great article written by Don Hooper yesterday regarding the HCRP’s Judicial Signing party. Although the article was interesting, I found some of the comments even more fascinating. Some of the comments made me think that we, as the HCRP, should be collaborating efforts within our committees and subcommittees to bring about […]

Harris County Republican Party Chair Jared Woodfill supports gay bashing vacancy committee

My, my. What is it with certain members of the Harris County Republican Party? Methinks that it might have something to do with this: Psychoanalysts use the concept of latent homosexuality to explain the emotional malaise and irrational attitudes of some individuals who feel guilty about their erotic interests and who struggle to deny and […]

Some Words of Praise from a “Garage-Door Politician”

All too often we who press for constructive change in an organization dwell so much on our criticisms that we fail to praise positive activities and outcomes.  Effective criticism always should promote positive change, and the effective critic should note when positive change occurs. Over the last few months, I was identified on one local […]

Harris County Republican Party: Brother, can you spare a dime?

If you’ve been following Ed Hubbard’s posts about the state of the Harris County Republican Party or have been on the receiving end of any one of hundreds of emails about the situation at the HCRP, you already know that the party is financially broken. If you haven’t, I’ll recap: the party couldn’t afford to […]