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Houston...We Do Have A Problem Here

Well, here we are in another fine mess down here in The Republic of Texas. Perhaps you have seen or heard about the Mayor of Houston, the City Council of Houston, the in house attorney for the City of Houston, a few ordained, Christian ministers, and some 50,000 of the City of Houston’s citizens having a dispute amongst themselves. It was all over the news and even made Fox News all last week.   Read more »

at Nov 6, 2014 12:25 PM
       

Houston Mayor Rescinds Subpoenas of Pastors

Mayor Annise Parker, Houston’s first openly lesbian mayor, rescinded the subpoenas sent to five Houston area pastors. The subpoenas originally demanded all sermons and correspondence dealing with homosexuality, gender identity and the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO).   Read more »

at Oct 31, 2014 11:55 AM
       

Breitbart Exclusive Interview: Sen. Cruz Talks Assault on Religious Liberty and Ebola Travel Ban

Senator Ted Cruz said the City of Houston and Mayor Annise Parker have “no legal authority, no constitutional authority and no moral authority” to issue subpoenas to pastors for their sermons and personal communications. The exclusive interview below came shortly after the Senator gathered with some of the top religious leaders in Houston to speak out against this unprecedented attack on religious liberty. During the interview, Cruz also reinforced his “common sense” call for a travel ban on people traveling from countries with an active outbreak of the Ebola virus.   Read more »

at Oct 22, 2014 2:37 PM
       

City of Houston - Intimidation Tactics Against Churches

The Mayor of Houston has backed down on the subpoenas that she issued to five pastors for "all speeches, presentations, or sermons" on a variety of topics, including the mayor, and "gender identity."

Despite backing off of the issued subpoenas, the Houston Mayor and City Attorney still fail to admit

at Oct 17, 2014 8:54 AM
       

Batty In Houston

It's pretty remarkable that one of the most wacky, tyrannical definitionally un-American governing actions I've seen in this country, comes not from San Francisco or Burlington, Vermont, or not even from New York, L.A. or Chicago, but from Houston, TX. Houston recently imposed an act that allows choice in use of Men or Women's public bathrooms, irrespective of one's actual sex. And now, the Mayor and city attorney have issued subpoenas to five Houston pastors to turn over all sermons relating to homosexuality or Mayor Annise Parker.

at Oct 16, 2014 8:35 AM
       

With Only Months Until The Election: Why TCR Is Optimistic And Why We Still Have Concerns

For conservatives in 2014 it is the best of times, but potentially it could be a hugely disappointing time.

First, the reasons for optimism:

  1. Nationalization of the election at this point is a huge plus for conservatives. President Obama's approval rating continues to decline and is now at a 53% disapproval and currently is a drag on Democrats nationally.
at Aug 15, 2014 2:01 PM
       

Domestic Rampage Leads to Deaths of 4 Children and 2 Adults Near Houston

Four children and two adults are dead in northwest Harris County, near Houston, after a domestic situation exploded into a violent shooting rampage. The alleged shooter, identified as Ron Lee Haskell, aged 33, surrendered to deputies after a nearly three and a half hour standoff with deputies from the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. The standoff occurred in a cul-de-sac in a different subdivision where the suspect stopped after a police chase.

at Jul 10, 2014 3:39 PM
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The Significance of the Houston Rodeo

It's no secret that March is the month for Texas. Starting with the Texas Declaration of Independence on March 2, the fall of the defenders of the Alamo on March 6, and one of my personal favorite times of the year: the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo--the world's largest rodeo. All in the same week, Houston saddles up to reflect on Texas history and partake in the Houston Livestock Show, where millions of people flock to from all over the world for this one-of-a-kind Texas tradition.   Read more »

at Mar 6, 2014 11:49 AM
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Houston City Elections - Michael Kubosh is the Clear Choice in At-Large #3 Race - Last Day for Early Voting

Today is the last day for early voting for the Houston City Council run-off election. If you don't vote today at any of the various early voting centers, you can vote Saturday at your precinct location. This election gives Republicans a real shot at reshaping the Houston City Council with a more conservative look. The election will decide the fate of three seats on city council. Also up for grabs on Saturday will be two seats on the Houston Community College Board. Let's turn City Council Red!

There is a clear choice in each of these run-off spots to build a more effective Houston City Council.

at Dec 11, 2013 9:43 AM
       

Houston City Elections - Michael Kubosh Brings Conservative Values and Broad-based Support to Race for City Council

It is time for conservatives to stand up in Houston and take control of our city's future. We have an opportunity to add a true conservative to Houston's City Council who also has a proven ability to build a coalition of supporters to take on issues like Houston's former red light camera program and Mayor Parker's anti-feeding ordinance.

It takes a unique individual to be able to effectively work with such a wide and diverse group of people. It is a skill that could be very valuable to a member of the Houston City Council. I sat down this week with Michael Kubosh, candidate for Houston City Council, At Large Position 3, to talk with him about who he is and why he wants to become a member of council for this great city.   Read more »

at Oct 9, 2013 11:49 AM
       

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