Gov. Abbott Response to Austin Police Defunding | SARC

Austin city council has voted to defund the Austin Police Department and move funds to “social programs.” Does that make you feel safe? Does this make you want to move to Austin with your family? Check out the details in this article to come to your own conclusion. But, we are confident that you won’tContinue reading “Gov. Abbott Response to Austin Police Defunding | SARC”

Austin Republicans call on party leaders to stand firm against violence, vandalism

by Andy Hogue While still strongly supporting First Amendment freedoms, Republicans nationwide are calling on elected officials to condemn the violent crime that has regrettably become associated with recent racial justice protests. The Travis County Republican Party approved a resolution at its 2020-21 organizational meeting joining a growing number of Republican organizations calling for GOP activists,Continue reading “Austin Republicans call on party leaders to stand firm against violence, vandalism”

Poll: Majority supports full funding for Austin PD; indicates unrest with City Council | SARC

A poll commissioned by the Greater Austin Crime Commission helps confirm that there is growing dissatisfaction with the direction the Austin City Council and the Travis County Commissioners Court has taken the city.

Is wide-spread voter fraud possible?| SARC

We have all heard of each side of the aisle calling the counter side out for voter fraud. This is common place in today’s political climate as a friendly tactic amongst pundits from both camps. However, beyond the name calling and accusations there may be some truth to the matter – especially in Texas. FiveContinue reading “Is wide-spread voter fraud possible?| SARC”

Martin Harry’s Statesman interview is scheduled for live streaming at Noon TODAY!

Republican nominee Martin Harry and Democratic nominee José Garza, candidates for Travis County District Attorney, met Aug. 18, 2020 with the Austin American-Statesman’s editorial board. The office prosecutes felony charges in Travis County. The winner will replace District Attorney Margaret Moore, who lost in the Democratic primary.