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Peret Pass

"Politics is a contact sport, and you have to have confidence in yourself. This business can sometimes get personal and you need to be prepared to hold fast to your core values. During difficult times, or while under attack stay true to yourself and hold fast to that which you believe in the most."

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Immigration Reform: What Would Ronald Reagan Do?

It is clear that our nation has a broken immigration system and is in dire need of mending. Watch the video below to see what President Ronald Reagan would do:

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at May 6, 2010 4:01 PM
       

Senator John Cornyn Update on Health Care, the Economy, Securing the Border, and Immigration Reform

Over the past few months, I’ve heard from Texans of all walks of life during visits throughout the state, through phone calls, letters, emails and comments on Facebook and Twitter. What I’m hearing consistently is an outright concern with Washington’s misplaced priorities. While the jobless rate in Texas has fared much better than other states during the recession, there are still too many Texans looking for work.   Read more »

at May 6, 2010 9:22 AM
       

Recent Texas Governor Poll, Bill White Trails Rick Perry by 4%

The most recent Rasmussen Reports survey of 500 likely Texas voters show Democrat Bill White trailing Republican Rick Perry by only 4 percentage points. The gap between the two gubernatorial candidates has been narrowing since the start of the year.   Read more »

at May 5, 2010 7:53 PM
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Rick Perry's View on Arizona SB1070, Border Security, and the Immigration Debate

Governor Rick Perry made the following statement recently regarding Arizona SB1070, the recent debate over immigration policy in Washington, and border security.   Read more »

at May 5, 2010 7:00 PM
       

Texas State Board of Education Social Studies Fact Sheet

The liberal media has put the Texas educational system under a great deal of scrutiny lately, in particular, claiming that the State Board of Education (SBOE) was dropping Thomas Jefferson from the curriculum framework.This claim is completely untrue, as are many other accusations that have been made.   Read more »

at May 5, 2010 3:46 PM
       

Illegal Immigration: Republicans Must Go on the Offensive in the Media War As Well

If we don't get our message right, we will be in trouble in a couple of years. This could turn out to be 1964 all over again, where Goldwater lost the African American vote for the Republican party. It is imperative that those in the Republican party get their act together and work together to avoid a catastrophe. It is also key to identify those who act as if they are speaking for the party but in reality might have an agenda that does not include the future of the party.   Read more »

at May 5, 2010 12:02 PM
       

Texas Leads the Way: Business Leaders Once Again Rate Texas the Best State for Business

The following was sent in from The Republican Party of Texas:

The Lone Star State stands alone as America’s best state in which to do business. That’s how more than 600 CEOs across America rate Texas. Chief Executive Magazine polled a total of 651 corporate CEOs, who, for the fifth year in a row, gave Texas top honors for the state’s openness to business, our reasonable regulatory

at May 5, 2010 9:35 AM
       

Weekly Jobless Claims Report

Texas initial jobless claims for the week ending April 24 fell to 18,072 from 18,609 the previous week. The four-week moving average for initial claims – a steadier measure of unemployment claim activity – declined to 18,537.

Continued claims (those receiving benefits for two weeks or more) rose by 14,269 to reach 216,843 – or 18.8 percent lower from a year ago.   Read more »

at May 4, 2010 2:12 PM
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The Coming Constitutional Debate - Stephen Markman, Hillsdale College

There has been a lot of remarking on how the giant reach of Barack Obama and this Congress has sparked renewed (and not a little overdue) attention to The Constitution of The United States. And people seem to think that it is in fact, a giant overreach. Of course it is, but it is remarkable only in its pace; not in its very nature. America has been stretching and defying the bounds of The Constitution for all of my 50+ year life and long before.   Read more »

at May 4, 2010 11:36 AM
       

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