Tea party conservative Sen. Ted Cruz ended his all-night talkathon to dismantle President Barack Obama’s health care law after 21 hours and 19 minutes.
State Sen. Wendy Davis has nothing to say about Ted Cruz’s vow to talk until he drops on the U.S. Senate floor.
Tea party activists are to rally at the Texas Capitol to urge Congress to withhold funding for the White House-backed health care law.
As many Tea Party stars seek re-election next year and Florida Sen. Rubio considers a 2016 presidential run, conservative activists are finding themselves at a crossroads.
At least two North Texas conservative groups are among those that say they were singled out when requesting tax exempt status from the IRS.
The national conservative group FreedomWorks is sponsoring a school choice rally at the state Capitol.
The nephew of former President George W. Bush headlined a local North Texas Republican fundraiser Satuday night — along with one of the state’s most strident conservative voices.
Will the President’s second term bring cooperation or confrontation between Democrats and Republicans?
Gov. Rick Perry promised to further embrace tea party values, beat back government spending at every turn and fiercely oppose abortion — while keeping an eye on rising political stars.
The Republican Party seems as divided and angry as ever. Infighting has penetrated the highest levels of the House GOP leadership.
Texas’ new Senator Ted Cruz became the center of attention from Republicans and the Tea Party long before today’s swearing-in.
Ted Cruz will be sworn in Thursday as the first Hispanic to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate. Cruz is more fiercely conservative than U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.