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Governor Rick Perry Endorses Justice Paul Green for Texas Supreme Court

By | January 20th, 2016|Latest News|

Governor Rick Perry endorses Justice Paul Green for the Texas Supreme Court, place 5, in the GOP Primary on March 1st. At a campaign rally, Governor Perry said this about Justice Paul Green: "Paul Green is the type of constitutionalist that I want to see on our courts. Paul has the intellectual capability [...]

The Texas Patriots PAC recommends Paul Green

By | January 15th, 2016|Latest News|

"Our considered opinion is that Justice Paul Green is without question the most qualified and proven candidate in this race. Absent a specific concern about his performance on the court, to replace a known jurist with the qualifications and experience of Justice Paul Green with a wonderful activist like Mr. Rick Green would not [...]

The American Spectator: Legitimate Judicial Candidates Must Be Judicious

By | January 10th, 2016|Latest News|

SPECIAL REPORT FROM TEXAS LEGITIMATE JUDICIAL CANDIDATES MUST BE ‘JUDICIOUS’ Definition: Having, exercising, or characterized by sound judgment. By Mark Pulliam – 1.11.16 Texas is an unusual state in many respects: the largest of the contiguous United States; home of three of America’s ten most populous cities; the biggest producer of oil, beef, cotton, and [...]

TLRPAC Endorses Justice Paul Green in the Republican Primary for the Supreme Court of Texas

By | December 9th, 2015|Latest News|

“Justice Paul Green was first elected to the Supreme Court in 2004, where he has been a consistently conservative judge, strictly applying the plain words of our laws rather than interpreting them to suit his own purposes. Justice Paul Green has proven that he has the analytical skills, judicial temperament, and conservative judicial philosophy to decide cases fairly and soundly. He is known for his integrity, as well as his legal and judicial competence. Prior to his election to the Supreme Court he served for 10 years as a Justice on the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals. His challenger is a person who has never been a judge and whose judicial philosophy and temperament cannot be known.”