The embattled speaker of the Texas House, Dennis Bonnen, calls it quits.
The secretly recorded meeting between Dennis Bonnen and Michael Quinn Sullivan shows how Texas political operators talk behind closed doors.
The growing controversy around Bonnen's quid pro quo is about much more than palace intrigue. Fundamentally, it concerns unethical, possibly criminal, behavior on the part of the speaker.
House Speaker Dennis Bonnen offers a masterclass in how to lose friends and alienate your allies in just a few easy steps.
MQS isn't the most trustworthy person in Texas politics, but Bonnen has done a poor job offering an alternative narrative about what transpired.
Retiring House Speaker Joe Straus helped finance business backlash against social conservatives.
As if anyone needed further proof, MQS’s bogus mailer shows that he is no better than Russian trolls.
No offense to Michael Quinn Sullivan, but he’s never even won a Republican primary runoff, has he?
Governor Greg Abbott’s honeymoon shadow, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick’s prayers, and an effort to keep the United Nations out of the Alamo.
Michael Quinn Sullivan, the Texas Ethics Commission, and the federal courts.