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Today is the National Day of Prayer and tomorrow is the opening day of the NRA Convention in Houston. Let me try to connect God and guns via Alexis de Tocqueville. Tocqueville wrote, “Liberty cannot be established without morality, nor morality without faith.” This observation exposes the connection between a nation’s character and its ability to enjoy liberty. It also establishes the point that laws cannot establish the right character for enjoying liberty. Read more »
I am pleased to announce a town hall meeting that will be taking place this evening. I hope that you can join me for a discussion on what I’m working on in the United States Congress to preserve our liberties and get our country back on a fiscally sustainable path. More importantly, I look forward to hearing and discussing your ideas and suggestions.
Wednesday, May 1
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It turns out that not all political fundraising is the same, and the failure to understand the differences can cost a political party substantial donor support.
At last month’s International School of Fundraising in London I was asked to present on a very specific topic: what’s the difference between political party and candidate fundraising, and why does it matter?
A nonprofit group in Houston, TX known for helping single mothers has begun an ambitious new effort to help an entire neighborhood, and ultimately, the entire nation. This nonprofit stands apart from most others because of how it is trying to help. Namely, they arm single mothers and other vulnerable groups in society. They are the Armed Citizen Project.
The group formed earlier this year and raised funds to purchase
Chris Matthews’ Sunday program, The Chris Matthews Show has been canceled. The final episode will run on July 21 to a viewership of…Chris Matthews’ TiVo.
The idea that Chris Matthew could compete with the venerable Sunday line up with a what is described as a DC-based public affairs program named after Chris Matthews was ridiculous; but such is NBC and the world of Liberalia. Read more »
The Texas Advance Directive Act of 1999 (TADA) describes “Advance Directives to Physicians” (what most people would call a “Living Will”) and contains Section 166.046, an attempt to outline the procedure for resolving a disagreement between a doctor and patients or their surrogates about what is medically appropriate treatment.
The law currently in effect requires the doctor to notify the patient or the surrogate when he or
VOCES Action and King Street Live teamed up last night to introduce a panel of immigration experts to discuss immigration reform and border security. The event was moderated by VOCES Action National Director and TexasGOPVote blogger Adryana Boyne and panelists included TexasGOPVote blogger and US Border Watch volunteer Bob Price, TexasGOPVote blogger and immigration attorney Linda Vega, former Texas Supreme Court Justice David Medina, founder of Cross Culture Communications Edward Retta, and
Don't let this opportunity pass you by. There are several political entities in Texas holding elections this May, some of which started early voting this week. This is everyone's chance to have a real impact on the future of politics in Texas. It might be difficult to get excited about a local election in May, but voters should take notice. With gridlock in Washington bringing governance to a slow crawl, it is the perfect time to go local.
In Harris County, the most populous county in Texas, 445 people show up to vote on the first day of early voting. 445! You and your immediate family could possibly be the deciding votes in such a low turnout election. If you've ever wanted to make a difference
White House Correspondent’s Dinner: Parade of the Assclowns Laughing Over Issues that are Destroying America
While a majority of Americans are struggling to put food on the table, suffocating under an extreme tax burden, sacrificing comforts for necessities and fighting for our rights that the federal government is stripping right and left…. political elites, the Washington press corps, hollywood celebrities, and the Obamas dress up, party hearty and poke fun over Republican/Democrat battles that are not funny to the rest of America. Read more »
FRIDAY WAS A DAY OF CONTRASTS.
Earlier that day, I streamed the live broadcast of President Obama addressing Planned Parenthood’s annual gathering in Washington D.C. This smaller, low-profile event in front of a modest gathering of 1000 Planned Parenthood volunteers and supporters,