AFP’s TXOnline 2014 in Pictures (18 Pics)
This week-end, Kemberlee Kaye at Americans for Prosperity flew me out to Houston, Texas for the first TXOnline. The first night, we partied at Melissa Clouthier’s house and then on Day 2 and 3, we settled into the conference. What follows are the pictures along with a few relevant tweets. Enjoy!
When Mark Levin decided to write his book “The Liberty Amendments” to advocate a convention to propose a series of
“I don’t know any polite way of putting this — but he’s lying,” said professor John Ellis, president of the
I’ve been saying for a long time that our education system is not underfunded and our teachers are not underpaid.