A group of Panhandle businesses paid for an ad in the Austin American-Statesman Tuesday to chastise Texas Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy after his lone “no” vote on Friday delayed a $19.1 billion assistance package for disaster victims across the nation.

Disturbingly, union activists are placing kids on picket lines. One little girl parroting union talking points said, “Stand by my teachers. I don’t cross the picket line.” Union activist-in-training. Innocent families delivering children to school are surrounded by angry mobs. My friend is t…

A group of Panhandle businesses paid for an ad in the Austin American-Statesman Tuesday to chastise Texas Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Roy after his lone “no” vote on Friday delayed a $19.1 billion assistance package for disaster victims across the nation.

Disturbingly, union activists are placing kids on picket lines. One little girl parroting union talking points said, “Stand by my teachers. I don’t cross the picket line.” Union activist-in-training. Innocent families delivering children to school are surrounded by angry mobs. My friend is t…