Monthly Archives: December 2010

University of Dallas Names Representative Tan Parker to Board of Trustees

December 23rd, 2010

Dallas Morning News (IRVING, Texas – Dec. 2, 2010)  The University of Dallas announced today the appointment of a new member to the University’s Board of Trustees. Tan Parker will begin his three-year term immediately. Parker is an alumnus of the University of Dallas, where he served as the Student Government President during his undergraduate […]

Understanding The True Meaning of November’s Election

December 23rd, 2010

On November 2nd, people across Texas and our great nation witnessed a historic election, one not seen since the 1930s.  Collectively, voters across America stood up and in one clear voice called for a more conservative approach to leading our nation.  It is important to reflect on this accomplishment and to also clearly understand the […]

Gov. Rick Perry gives former TV lawman Chuck Norris honorary Texas Ranger title in Garland

December 9th, 2010

December 3, 2010 The Dallas Morning News Jeffrey Weiss In a more dramatic world, Thursday afternoon’s ceremony would have included Chuck Norris delivering a signature roundhouse kick to a bad guy attacking Texas Gov. Rick Perry. Reality was more sedate when the governor made the star of the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger an honorary […]

Parker’s Bills Address Economic Growth, Efficiency

December 3rd, 2010

“Our budget shortfall leads me to focus on greater efficiency in all aspects of government,” Parker said. “I want to make sure the government is living within its means, just like families do and just like businesses do.”