Chuck Devore

Chuck Devore on the Russian invasion of Ukraine

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Russian forces have expanded their offensive in Ukraine to the country’s west side. Major Ukrainian cities such as Dnipro and Lutsk were attacked Friday, according to Ukrainian officials. Chuck Devore, Retired U.S. Army Intelligence Officer and VP of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, joined...
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Chuck DeVore: Texas' fleeing Dem lawmakers – here's why they'll be back soon

Democrats in the Texas House of Representatives just flew maskless in a private jet with a case of beer to Washington, D.C. Normally, this would just be a fundraising trip to see powerful special interests in the nation’s capital. But this flight out of Austin had a different purpose – a quorum-busting walkout to prevent a vote on an election integrity bill designed to safeguard elections in the Lone Star State, It was the second such walkout; Democrats deployed the same tactic in May at the end of Texas’ regular biennial session.
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Chuck DeVore: Biden's border crisis – Texas may have to defend itself. Here's why

The world wants to come to America and many in America – at least in the Biden administration and the Chamber of Commerce – want the world to come. Nowhere is this more apparent than on the Texas-Mexico border, where the surge of would-be immigrants has completely overwhelmed the Border Patrol and local law enforcement. If current trends continue, more than 3 million people may stream into the U.S. by year-end, threatening Americans with lost jobs and crime.

Chuck DeVore: Texas' blackouts – here's the truth about why they happened and what we have to do next

As Texas entered a deep freeze on Feb. 14, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio broke seven record lows over three days. Ice-laden trees snapped power lines. Wind turbines ground to a halt while some reliable natural gas, coal and nuclear plants failed to get energy to the grid. Electricity demand hit an all-time high – but the supply wasn’t available, plunging some four million Texans into the cold and darkness.

Chuck Devore on Texas blackouts and renewable energy

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Nearly 3.4 million utility customers around the U.S. were still without power Wednesday in the aftermath of a winter storm that overwhelmed power grids and another blast of snow and ice threatened to impede the efforts to restore service. More than two dozen people have died...