Chip Roy

Far Left ‘Abortion Barbie’ Running Against Conservative Congressman Chip Roy

Far Left former Texas state Senator Wendy Davis, whose 11th hour antics on the floor of the Texas Senate temporarily stopped a 2013 bill to tighten restrictions on abortion looks like she is planning to run against principled limited government constitutional conservative Rep. Chip Roy in Texas congressional district 21.

Chip Roy wants to actually debate a $19 billion spending bill, and Democrats think it's the end of the world

Rachel Bovard, Washington Examiner

More and more, bills are written behind closed doors by just a handful of members, just as this bill was written by a handful of senators whose states would benefit from it, before being dumped on the larger membership, who is then told to "Pass it, or else." In standing up to the D.C. establishment, Rep. Chip Roy has joined the ranks of Sens. Rand Paul and Mike Lee, plus former Sen. Jim DeMint and others who the swamp loves to hate for doing the jobs they were elected to do. This week, that small club got a new member. Conservatives everywhere should be applauding.

Congressman Chip Roy Stands Tall Demands Debate Of $19 Billion Disaster Bill

One principled limited government constitutional conservative – Representative Chip Roy of Texas – was willing to stand tall and say NO to passing, without debate, a disaster aid bill that no one had read, that added $19 billion to the deficit and that did not address some of the real disasters, such as the illegal alien invasion on our southern border.

Vote Chip Roy In The May 22nd Texas Congressional District 21 Runoff

We urge our friends in Texas Congressional District 21 to turnout for the May 22 runoff and to vote for Chip Roy, the one candidate in the race who can be trusted to keep his promises once he gets to Washington. Click here to learn more about how you can help Chip's conservative campaign for Congress.

Texas Retirements May Bring New Conservative Stars To Congress

If Texas elects to Congress a slate of new conservative leaders it will be in no small measure due to the efforts of conservative Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz, facing his own reelection campaign this year, has still found time to make endorsements and campaign for candidates in at least four hotly contested Texas GOP Congressional primaries.

Cruz's Staff Move To Campaign a Good Sign

Erick Erickson, Red State

If Ted Cruz builds his likely Presidential campaign team just as he built his Senate office team, he may have a shot. If he wants to win, he must do so as an inspirational conservative. Taking Chip Roy to the Presidential effort is a good first step of what will be many more needed to get the job done.