Top 4 Issues:
1. Secure Our Groundwater
Our aquifers are irreplaceable. Rule of capture has to go.
2. Enforce Our Constitutions
Our U.S. and Texas Constitutions are designed to secure our unalienable rights. But no law - including our supreme law - is any good if not enforced.
A big part of enforcing our Constitutions includes:
Corralling Executive Overreach
Executive Orders are not laws and should not be obeyed. No branch of government can rightfully violate the rights of Texans.
3. Protect the Texas Electrical Grid
Our grid remains vulnerable to many hazards. I will continue working to harden it.
4. Implement RPT Priorities
In the war for control over the Texas legislature between the cronies and the grassroots, I will side with the grassroots and their priorities as expressed in the Republican Party of Texas Legislative Priorities.
Unimplemented or incomplete priorities for which I have a passion include:
Remember the Alamo
We need to respectfully remember the Alamo and our other historical heritage - not reimagine it.
Who counts the votes and how they do it is fundamental to insuring that We the People of Texas control our servants in government.
Protect Our Kids
The life-destroying lie that people can change their God-given gender must be obliterated in every aspect of Texas law and medical practice.
Eliminate Property Tax
Sam Adams said, "What liberty can there be when property can be taken away without consent?"
End Tax-funded lobbying
Thomas Jefferson said, "To compel a man to furnish funds for the propagation of ideas he disbelieves and abhors is sinful and tyrannical."
It needs protecting from the beginning and at the end.
Other Important Issues
Protecting Texans from the Border Invasion
The counties on and behind the front line need financial, legal, manpower, and moral support as they enforce existing Texas law against the invasion.
No Eminent Domain for Private Entities
Eminent domain for public use is constitutional but abused. Private corporations should not get the benefit of eminent domain.
The right to self defense is natural, protected by Article I, Section 23 of the Texas Constitution and the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Texas Should Fight Local Corruption - Not the Feds
Tom Glass has worked on lots of legislation over the past decade. Click here for more details.