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Armed Guard Stops School Shooter After He Opened Fire at Atlanta Middle School

Posted February 2, 2013

ATLANTA (AP) — A student opened fire at his middle school Thursday afternoon, wounding a 14-year-old in the neck before an armed officer working at the school was able to get the gun away, police said.

Multiple shots were fired in the courtyard of Price Middle School just south of downtown about 1:50 p.m. and the one boy was hit, Atlanta Police Chief George Turner said. In the aftermath, a teacher received minor cuts, he said.

The wounded boy was taken “alert, conscious and breathing” to Grady Memorial Hospital, said police spokesman Carlos Campos. Grady Heath System Spokeswoman Denise Simpson said the teen had been discharged from the hospital Thursday night. Campos said charges against the shooter were pending.

More at: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/01/31/armed-guard-stops-school-shooter-after-he-opened-fire-at-atlanta-middle-school/

PJTV: Afterburner: What Difference Does It Make?

Posted February 2, 2013

Conservatives Launch New Social Network to Escape Facebook ‘Censorship’ — Will You Join?

Posted February 2, 2013

Fed up with the threat of “censorship” on Facebook, a group of a conservatives are launching their own social network called “The Tea Party Community.” The site, which doesn’t even officially go online until Saturday, has already attracted nearly 50,000 members.

The site’s co-founder, Tea Party activist Ken Crow, told Fox News that The Tea Party Community will be the “new home for conservatives and the Tea Party movement in America.”

“Most of us are subjected to censorship on Facebook…I’ve been suspended there as have many of my friends. You also absorb a lot of abuse from liberals,” Crow said.


TV AD: Imperial President

Posted February 2, 2013

Time to roll back all gun bans

Posted February 2, 2013

WND Exclusive: Joseph Farah wants to see automatics in the hands of the people

Someone asked me recently what might make a good compromise with those at war with the Second Amendment.

My answer is there is no compromise. In fact, we have compromised too much in the past, opening the door for the banning of classifications of firearms that will, if unchecked and not reversed, lead inevitably to an American society devoid of the weapons of meaningful self-defense – both against criminals and future tyrants.

In my opinion, the National Rifle Association’s initiative to provide armed guards at every school in America is ill-advised, timid and, in the long run, counterproductive.

It could even be embraced by the left to expand what is rapidly becoming a police state in America.

The answer is not just to fight current gun grabs and future gun grabs, it’s to push for the rollback of all previous bans on the classification of firearms – including automatics.

More at: http://www.wnd.com/2013/01/time-to-roll-back-all-gun-bans/#pojpmBw3jRLztO1B.99

This week in voter ID news...

Posted February 2, 2013 - True the Vote

Lawmakers Introduce Voter ID Law - Senate Republicans introduced legislation Tuesday to change the rules. Senate Republican Leader Bill Dix said the legislation would protect Iowa's voting system by requiring ID. If a voter couldn't present a required form of identification, they would be offered a provisional ballot that would be checked later.

Hosemann submits Miss. Voter ID information to Department of Justice - Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann said he has sent proposed administrative rules for voter identification requirements to the federal Department of Justice for approval.

Missouri House Will Take Up Voter ID Amendment - A House elections committee is expected to take up - and possibly send to the full House - a constitutional amendment that would require Missouri voters to show valid, state-issued photo identification before they can cast full ballots in the state's elections.

Nevada Photo ID Costs Less Than Expected - Secretary of State Ross Miller said Tuesday the cost of his proposal to include photos of voters in election poll books used at polling places to prevent fraud is $787,200, far less than originally estimated. The original estimate was between $5 million and $10 million, but that was based only on a similar proposal discussed in Minnesota.

Voter ID Bound to Pass - But Will NC Require Photos? - The legislature seems poised to once again pass a voter identification bill, legislation that has sharpened partisan lines and sparked heated debate regarding voter fraud and voting rights.

Watchdog Group Releases Survey of Election Day Preparedness for Voter ID Law - "Overwhelmingly, those that were asked say they were ready. But of course, that doesn't include the folks that didn't show up to vote," says Stalberg.

Wyoming Voter ID Bill Being Pulled from Consideration - The sponsor of the bill, Republican state Sen. Ogden Driskill of Devils Tower, said the proposal needs more work.



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Can You Beat Goliath with $350?

Posted February 2, 2013 - RagingElephants.org

The special election for the Texas Senate District 6 really drove home some strong points for us at RagingElephants.org.  For quite some time, we have been saying that if the grassroots are not able to neutralize the financial pipeline of the Establishment and plutocrats that the dream of toppling their corrupt power would never come to fruition.  The SD6 race gave us another harsh and painful lesson in this unavoidable truth.

As reported by the Texas Tribune, our candidate and the only true conservative in the race, R.W. Bray, raised a whopping $350 for the month of January.  Meanwhile, the two socialist Democrats advancing to the runoff election spent a combined total of $615,000 with donations coming from Establishment Republicans.  This is utterly shameful!

More at: http://www.ragingelephants.org/2013/02/01/can-you-beat-goliath-with-350/

Questions & Answers About Texas Independence

Posted February 2, 2013

There are many questions regarding Texas independence that come up often and need to be addressed in order to separate fact from fiction. The Texas Nationalist Movement led by Daniel Miller has put together a compilation of those questions and the answers to them and we will be posting them here for your convenience.

Weren't there irregularities in the annexation of Texas?

Yes. Texas was a recognized foreign nation at the time of annexation. The proper constitutional procedure for dealing with foreign nations is by treaty. The treaty of annexation, ratified by the Senate of the Republic of Texas, was not ratified by the United States Senate. The United States Congress passed a Joint Resolution of Annexation which was offered to the Republic of Texas. It was accepted by the convention and put to a vote of the people of Texas. While assent to the agreement is consistent with the laws and Constitution of the Republic of Texas, there are those who assert that the annexation of Texas was an unconstitutional act by the Federal Government. In addition, the Supreme Court’s dicta in Texas v. White regarding “indestructible states” and the lack of a severability clause in the agreement lead others to say that any enforcement of Texas v. White invalidates the annexation agreement altogether.

More FAQs at the Texas Nationalist Movement.

CSCOPE Hearing Analysis

Posted February 1, 2013

by Donna Garner 

 Today’s Texas Senate Education Committee hearing  on CSCOPE was amazing. I watched the proceedings online from 8:30 A. M. until it finished around 3:15 P. M., and I took notes as fast as I could type. These may not be word-for-word, but I trust that I have captured the essence of the hearing. 

 Texas Senator Dan Patrick led the hearing, and these are the Senators who worked alongside him to question the witnesses:  Donna Campbell, Larry Taylor, Eddie Lucio, Robert Duncan, Ken Paxton, and Kel Seliger.  (As best I could tell from online viewing, Royce West and Leticia Van de Putte did not attend the hearing.) 

 What thrilled me is that all of us private citizens who have dug out the truth about CSCOPE and who have been vilified for our efforts were vindicated today because the evidence presented proved we were right all along.

More at: http://www.voicesempower.com/most-amazing-senate-ed-hearing-ever-cscope/

Sen Ted Cruz Questioning Chuck Hagel in Confirmation Hearing

Posted February 1, 2013

Texas Bill Provides Tax Breaks to Companies Violating Obamacare Contraception Mandate

Posted February 1, 2013

A Texas legislator introduced a state bill that would provide tax breaks to companies who intentionally violate Obama’s health care act by refusing to cover emergency contraception.

The tax break would be the same amount as the federal fine that companies are required to pay for violating the Affordable Health Care Act, or the total amount that companies pay in state taxes.


U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz Q&A at Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing on Guns

Posted February 1, 2013


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