Too Much At Stake – Paul Simpson for Harris County GOP Chairman


The 2016 election promises to be one of the most challenging, chaotic and divisive of recent times. Harris County will be the epicenter of an election that could shift Texas politically. As Harris County goes, so goes Texas, and so goes America. Paul Simpson has done much - more than almost anyone else to rebuild … Continue reading Too Much At Stake – Paul Simpson for Harris County GOP Chairman

The American Chronicles – Ep. 017 – Brent Webster for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5


The Texas Primary Runoff election arrives tomorrow, May 24th. Brent Webster overcame serious competition on Primary Day March 1 to earn a spot in the runoff for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5. Webster serves as First Assistant District Attorney for Williamson County, and cites his desire to bring Judicial Integrity, Conservative Values and … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 017 – Brent Webster for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 5

The American Chronicles – Ep. 014 – Reggie Gonzales for Texas 18th Congressional District


Having finished second in the primary race to oust Sheila Jackson Lee from her nest in CD 18, Reggie Gonzales looks to the upcoming runoff race as a chance to take his message to the residents of the 18th Congressional District. With a history of grassroots activism, military experience and political involvement, Gonzales believes his … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 014 – Reggie Gonzales for Texas 18th Congressional District

The American Chronicles – Ep. 013 – Judge Mary Lou Keel for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2


Today, a conversation with Judge Mary Lou Keel who has presided over the Harris County 232nd District Court since 1995. Judge Keel is a candidate for the Republican nomination for Place 2 on the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in the runoff election slated for May 24. Judge Keel addresses the race, her qualifications, and … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 013 – Judge Mary Lou Keel for Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place 2

The American Chronicles – Ep. 012 – Rick Ramos for Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party


In Harris County, Texas, an unexpected result emerged from the GOP Primary on March 1, 2016. Local attorney Rick Ramos, one of 2 challengers competing against incumbent Chairman Paul Simpson, seemingly came out of nowhere to surprisingly finish in first place, forcing a runoff race, where he and Simpson will compete to lead the most … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 012 – Rick Ramos for Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party

The American Chronicles – Ep. 011 – Paul Simpson for Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party


In 2014, a political earthquake rocked Harris County as grassroots activist and long-time political veteran Paul Simpson unseated the incumbent chair of the Harris County Republican Party, ushering in a wave of growth, and optimism, fueled by youth and diversity. After falling short of an outright win in the 2016 primary, Chairman Simpson faces one … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 011 – Paul Simpson for Chairman of the Harris County Republican Party

The American Chronicles – Ep. 010 – Wayne Christian for Texas Railroad Commissioner


  In Texas, the Railroad Commissioner doesn’t actually run the railroads, but the three-member commission does help to regulate and direct the production of energy needed by a state, nation and world ever more dependent upon power. Wayne Christian, former State Representative for House District 9 in East Texas is running to fill the seat … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 010 – Wayne Christian for Texas Railroad Commissioner

The American Chronicles – Ep. 009 – Gary Gates for Texas Railroad Commissioner


In Texas, the Railroad Commissioner  has nothing to do with actually running the railroads, but instead focuses on managing the vast amounts of energy the state produces across the spectrum – energy that the nation and the world desperately need. Gary Gates  is running to fill the seat left by the outgoing chairman of the … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 009 – Gary Gates for Texas Railroad Commissioner

The American Chronicles – Ep. 008 – Lori Bartley for Texas 18th Congressional District


For Houstonians, no member of congress is more embarrassing, ridiculous, and controversial than Sheila Jackson Lee, and every election cycle, the question arises, “Why doesn’t someone just run against her and win?” Well Houston, there is hope. Lifelong Houstonian Lori Bartley is running a bold grassroots campaign in a crowded field for the GOP nomination … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 008 – Lori Bartley for Texas 18th Congressional District

The American Chronicles – Ep. 007 – Briscoe Cain for Texas HD 128


A conversation with Young Republican, Briscoe Cain, who brings a well-deserved reputation for transparency and accountability and an intense passion for the causes of Liberty and Life to the GOP primary race for Texas House District 128, where he is challenging a long-time incumbent. Briscoe Cain is a practicing attorney and a lifelong activist for the … Continue reading The American Chronicles – Ep. 007 – Briscoe Cain for Texas HD 128

The Choice: 2014 Runoff Election


  The runoff runs out. Today is the last day for early voting before election day on Tuesday. The following candidates have earned my support. While some of these are the races for which I actually cast a ballot in the 2014 Republican Party primary runoff election. They have contributed immensely to the education of Texas voters … Continue reading The Choice: 2014 Runoff Election