Join us on Sunday, August 4th, 2013 at 5:00pm as we are joined by special guest, Mr. Malachi Boyuls on The Curtis Report. Mr. Boyuls is a conservative Republican candidate who is currently running for Texas Railroad Commissioner with the hopes of bringing his values of expanding liberty, more freedom from government intrusion, pro-family policies, pro-growth business, and energy policies to the state of Texas.
Mr. Boyuls will discuss with us on the show his goals for not only campaigning but also his plans once being elected as Texas Railroad Commissioner. We are going to also discuss with Mr. Boyuls exactly how he plans to introduce policies that will ensure “we leave Texas an even greater state to our children and grandchildren.”
Remember to listen in live to The Curtis Report on KLIF 570AM each Sunday from 5:00pm – 6:00pm.
Here is a brief bio on Mr. Malachi Boyuls:
Malachi Boyuls is a conservative Republican candidate for Texas Railroad Commissioner. Malachi believes in expanding liberty, more freedom from government intrusion, pro-family policies, pro-growth business and energy policies and ensuring we leave Texas an even greater state to our children and grandchildren.
Malachi is currently a partner in St. Augustine Capital Partners, LLC, an opportunistic Texas-based partnership focused on principal investing, brokering and consulting services for small to middle-market transactions in the oil and gas industry. Prior to this business venture, he helped start a successful small business, a commercial real estate business. He also practiced law in the Dallas office of Gibson, Dunn, & Crutcher LLP, where he practiced in the firm’s regulatory groups—including antitrust, energy, securities, and intellectual property—fighting the federal government on behalf of free enterprise. He has authored legal articles arguing for revised regulations in the federal antitrust and professional responsibility context.
Malachi earned his Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law, where he was Editor-in-Chief of the Annual Survey of American Law. During law school, Malachi worked for current Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. Following graduation, he clerked for Federal District Court Judge David C. Godbey in Dallas and Federal Appeals Court Judge Harris L Hartz in Albuquerque, N.M.
Malachi grew up in Fredericksburg, Texas with his mom and two sisters and was the first person in his family to graduate from college. He earned his B.A. in Religion from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor where he was voted Team Captain of the football team, earned Academic All-Conference honors, and was involved in a variety of community service causes.
In 2011, Malachi was named a Next Generation Fellow for the Next Generation Project at the University of Texas’ Strauss Center for International Security. The Next Generation Project, founded by the American Assembly at Columbia University in 2005, gathers the best and brightest leaders from around the country to discuss the most pressing issues through rigorous, responsible debate. As a Next Generation Fellow, Malachi participated in a Fort Worth Assembly of Fellows on energy, the environment, and U.S. global policy. The Assembly resulted in innovative recommendations on ways the U.S. can generate and implement more effective, forward-looking global policies in the years and decades to come.
In 2010, Governor Perry appointed Malachi to the Texas Appraiser Licensing and Certification Board where he helped set policy for the state agency charged with safeguarding the public interest and protecting consumers of real estate services. He also served as Chairman of the Board’s budget committee. He is also a member of the Richardson ISD Budget Committee and has previously mentored at-risk elementary-aged children and served on the advisory board for the Dallas County Youth Advocate Program. Malachi is also an inaugural member of the SMU Maguire Energy Institute’s Dallas Council.
Malachi is a member of the Republican Party of Texas’ Finance Committee under Chairman Steve Munisteri; Vice Chair of Dallas County Republican Party’s Finance Committee under Chairman Wade Emmert; Chairman of the Maverick PAC’s Candidate Selection Committee; Spokesperson for Texans for Lawsuit Reform; and Board Member of Brighter Dallas. He has also served on multiple candidates’ finance committees, including Governor Perry’s 2012 Presidential campaign.
Malachi is married to his high school sweetheart, Shelby, who graduated from the University of Texas and received her Master’s in Social Work from Columbia University. Malachi and Shelby are the proud parents of two young children and are active members of Watermark Community Church in Dallas.