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Ted Nugent Goes Off on Piers Morgan During Fiery Gun Debate: ‘You’re So Full of Crap’

Posted February 6, 2013

More: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/02/04/ted-nugent-goes-off-on-piers-morgan-during-fiery-gun-debate-youre-so-full-of-crap/

Bozell Pushes Back Hard Against Rove War On Tea Party

Brent Bozell, Chairman of ForAmerica, a conservative political action committee, is not very pleased with Karl Rove and his plan to campaign against GOP candidates whom he deems "unelectable" due to their tea party connections.  

Posted February 6, 2013

Bozell joined me and co-host Brian Wilson on WMAL-FM's "Mornings on the Mall" Tuesday morning to push back against Rove's plan.  He was particularly annoyed at Rove and partner Steven Law invoking William F. Buckley's famous rule: "Support the most conservative candidate who is electable."  Bozell has a unique perspective on Rove's use of the Buckley Rule considering he is the late conservative icon's nephew.

Listen as he hammers Rove and details his belief that the real reason behind recent Republican losses is the attempt to nominate "electable" moderate, non-conservatives: 


Rove: 'I Don't Want a Fight'

Posted February 6, 2013

This was a different argument than the one presented by Rove and American Crossroads in the New York Times article. Hannity questioned Rove about that – and Rove responded by stating, “It was written by the New York Times!,” implying that the Times had skewed the reporting. That, of course, does not answer why American Crossroads or Rove went to the New York Times to leak the story in the first place.

“You’ve seen the reaction of Tea Party groups,” Hannity pressed, “and my friend Mark Levin was excoriating you on radio yesterday. I look at the Tea Party movement, and I consider myself a Tea Party conservative -- Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Tim Scott, Deb Fischer, Mike Lee, Ron Johnson, Pat Toomey – there are instances there … Specter was chosen by the establishment over Toomey.” Rove answered that he had supported Specter when he was the incumbent, but got behind Toomey in 2009 personally.

“This is not Tea Party versus establishment,” said Rove. “I don’t want a fight.”


Editor's note: "It's a little late for that Karl."

American Majority Action to Rove: 'Thanks for 2006 & 2008 Elections'

The conservative group American Majority Action has a message for GOP strategist Karl Rove: "Thanks for leading GOP to failure, we'll take it from here.”

Posted February 6, 2013

In a release to the press, AMA’s Ron Meyer said that, “Karl Rove, fresh off of a massive and embarrassing 2012 failure--both in the prediction and advocacy worlds--is trying to convince his donors that 2012 wasn't his fault. It was conservatives’.”

Meyer said Rove’s “political adventures under President Bush (NCLB, Medicaid Part D, and increased spending) led the Republican Party into stunning and historic losses in 2006 and 2008.”
“Conservatives--led by the Tea Party excitement--took back the House of Representatives with no help from Karl Rove,” Meyer adds. “In 2012, Rove and his Super PAC American Crossroads spent just 1.29% of their money against candidates who lost, according to the Sunlight Foundation.”


Pete Sessions, and the Unbearable Disconnect of the GOP

Posted February 6, 2013

On January 28, Texas Congressman Pete Sessions — chairman of the powerful House Rules Committee — defended his vote in favor of the fiscal cliff deal before the Dallas County Republican Party Executive Committee, an ad hoc group of precinct chairs and guests.

In what were often heated exchanges, Sessions lamented how Obama and the Democrats are attempting to destabilize and destroy the GOP. He expressed his frustration with how they throw 15 things at them at once (gun control, immigration reform, women in combat, etc.) and conservatives willingly grab onto each one instead of focusing on the coming fiscal crisis. He pounded home that the fiscal cliff deal permanently locked in the Bush income tax rates for 99 percent of Americans.

With a lock on just one branch of government, Sessions stressed how tough it is to impact policy by leveraging the purse strings: “When we pass a budget and the Senate doesn’t do anything about it … we did all we could do.”

“No you didn’t,” shouted one of the attendees.

More at: http://pjmedia.com/blog/pete-sessions-and-the-unbearable-disconnect-of-the-gop/

Exchanging Liberty for a Pittance

Posted February 6, 2013
by Jeffrey Folks - American Thinker

The president's priorities during the December fiscal cliff debate were clear: expand government assistance to the welfare class at the expense of those who are actually working and succeeding.  Obama has a vision of America as a socialist economy in which the masses trade in their freedom for a pittance.  If the 2012 election was any indication, that arrangement seems to be gaining in popularity.

The real motive behind Obama's expansion of government, however, is not concern for the poor, but rather an insatiable lust for power.  As Milovan Djilas put it, "[p]ower is an end in itself and the essence of contemporary Communism" (The New Class, 1957, p. 22).  Djilas was the best-known dissident in communist Yugoslavia, for which he was sentenced to a total of fifteen years in prison (serving nine before his release).  He understood that Marxist leaders govern not in the interest of the people, but instead in their own interest.  Tito's many palaces boasted of legendary opulence, and they were off limits to all but a few.

When I lived in communist Yugoslavia, I saw firsthand what Djilas describes in The New Class.

More at: American Thinker

Karl Rove and the Cotton Conservatives

Posted February 6, 2013
By on The American Spectator

Modern Day Whigs and the rise of the Party of Lincoln and Reagan.

Cotton, conscience, and Karl Rove.

It’s time for a family discussion within the Republican Party. A serious conversation intended to be respectful conversation, and yes perhaps at times a tough-love kind of conversation. A conversation among friends. A conversation about politics, history, the Republican Party and America.

Karl Rove, the former Bush 43 White House aide, has jump-started such a conversation with the announcement in the New York Times of the formation of something called “The Conservative Victory Project.” Described thusly in the Times:

The group, the Conservative Victory Project, is intended to counter other organizations that have helped defeat establishment Republican candidates over the last two election cycles.

More at: http://spectator.org/archives/2013/02/05/karl-rove-and-the-cotton-conse/

Mark Levin: ‘Who the hell died and made Karl Rove queen for the day?’ [AUDIO]

Posted February 5, 2013

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/02/05/mark-levin-who-the-hell-died-and-made-karl-rove-queen-for-the-day-audio/#ixzz2K2DcfBih


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Posted February 6, 2013

Earlier Tuesday  the family of Chad Littlefield announced funeral services for the military veteran. They will take place Friday, February 8 at 2 p.m. at First Baptist Church in Midlothian, 1651 South Midlothian Parkway.

Littlefield, who was Kyle’s neighbor and workout buddy, is survived by his wife and daughter. His viewing will be at Midlothian Funeral Home on Thursday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Patriot Guard Staging will be at 12:45 in Midlothian on Friday

Chris Kyle's Services to be held at Cowboy Stadium on Monday

Details at LSTP

Petition to Remove CSCOPE from Texas Schools

Posted February 6, 2013

We, the above-signed citizens and taxpayers of Texas, do hereby demand that the Texas State Legislature take such steps necessary to ensure that:

(1) All curriculum used in Texas Independent School Districts (ISDs), whether print, electronic or internet based, but not including auxiliary or supplemental materials, be placed under the direct control and supervision of the duly elected State Board of Education (SBOE); and that

(2) Any curriculum, including CSCOPE, not currently approved by the SBOE, be immediately removed from all ISDs; and that

(3) All teachers be released, effective immediately, from any agreements regarding CSCOPE or that mandate the use of lessons contained in any such curriculum not currently approved by the SBOE; and that

(4) A full investigation by state authorities be made into all individuals and entities directly or indirectly responsible for the creation, sale, distribution or support of the CSCOPE curriculum in use in Texas ISDs.
NOTE: Please complete all fields to sign this petition so it may be presented to appropriate elected officials and Texas Education officials. Your name will be the only information posted for public viewing on the WOW website.

Sign the Petition to Stop CSCOPE

Rep. Matt Krause files "Come and Take It" Bill

Posted February 6, 2013

AUSTIN, TEXAS - Yesterday [February 4, 2013], State Representative Matt Krause (R-Fort Worth) filed H.B. 928, which deals with the enforcement of federal firearm regulations by Texas state and local law enforcement agents. H.B. 928 is different from any other bill protecting Texas gun owners that has been proposed in the State Legislature thus far this session, as it creates a legal framework for state-directed cooperation, or noncooperation, putting Texas in control of the issue.

H.B. 928 prevents our state resources from being used for the purpose of enforcing federal regulations on firearms. Simply put, if passed: No state/local law enforcement agency/officer may be deputized for the express purpose of enforcing a federal firearm regulation, and no state/local law enforcement agency/officer may aid a federal agency/officer in the enforcement of a federal firearm regulation that does not also exist in Texas law (i.e. bans on cosmetic features, magazine limitations, outright prohibitions, etc.). Texas is a large state, with millions of law-abiding gun owners. The federal government cannot possibly enforce intrusive regulations without the aid of the state. H.B. 928 will deny them that aid.

"H.B. 928 ensures that Texas leads on the 2nd Amendment and our resources are not utilized by the federal government to infringe upon the rights of our citizens," said Rep. Matt Krause. "If they want to, they can come and take it, but we will not help them in any way."

See Press Release: http://www.teaparty911.com/info/pdf/matt-krause-come-and-take-it-bill.pdf

We're having a CARAVAN to and RALLY in

Austin, Texas on Friday, Feb 8, 2013.

5:30AM.............Rally Point: Hobby Lobby
620 Wilshire, Burleson, TX 76028
~6:45AM...... Meet us on I-35 heading South in Hillsboro

OK, OK, 5:30AM on Friday is Early...BUT we need a good showing in Austin from North Texas!

Stand up for your 2nd Amendment!

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The Unconventional Ted Cruz

Posted February 6, 2013

Ted Cruz (R., Texas) has been a United States senator for only 34 days, but already he is making his mark on national politics. His conspicuous presence and aggressive tone have thrilled his conservative cheerleaders, while inducing fits of rage in liberal detractors and Joe Scarborough.

In the past week alone, Cruz has tangled with veteran Democratic spin-master Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) on Meet the Press, sent a tongue-in-cheek letter to Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago, introduced legislation to fully repeal Obamacare, and recorded “no” votes on major items, including Hurricane Sandy relief, raising the debt ceiling, filibuster reform, and the confirmation of John Kerry for secretary of state. He also made headlines with his aggressive interrogation of prospective defense secretary Chuck Hagel.

More: http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/339816/unconventional-ted-cruz-andrew-stiles

Cruz 0-for-11 in Senate and proud of it

Posted February 6, 2013

Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas has been on the losing side of every vote the Senate has taken in his young career — the only senator who can claim that distinction, boosting his anti-establishment credentials and earning him rave reviews from grass-roots conservatives.

The 42-year-old tea party favorite entered the Senate chamber last week at the bottom with his first two votes and walked away with nine more losses under his belt.

So far, he is 0-for-2013 — he has been on the losing end of 11 votes — and that’s just fine with the Texas Republican.

The way he sees it, a strikeout in the Democrat-controlled Senate is a home run for his constituents back home.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/feb/3/cruz-0-for-11-in-senate-and-proud-of-it/#ixzz2K3oMJ9x8
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Point, TX Police Chief Serena Booth Releases a Statement on the Second Amendment

Posted February 5, 2013

Point, TX Police Chief Serena Booth James Earl Jones reflects my feelings when he says, "The world is filled with violence. Because criminals carry guns, we decent law-abiding citizens should also have guns. Otherwise they will win and the decent people will lose."

I am pro-gun. I was raised around them, taught how to use and respect them.

So, do we seriously think that the "bad guys" will register or turn over their weapons? I think not. If we expect to reasonably protect our household, our family, our children, then we should expect gun ownership. We expect to stand on the 2nd Amendment.

If the 2nd Amendment is slighted, if you will, then what stops the federal government from deciding to "remove" other pieces of the United States Constitution?

The Constitution is a lot like the Holy Bible. It is not our place to pick and choose...to remove what we don't like just because it's a little uncomfortable or unpopular.

I'm not bringing a knife to a gun fight and I certainly don't expect others to.

More at: http://rainscountytoday.com/index187.htm

Questions & Answers About Texas Independence

Posted February 6, 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.

Is supporting Texas independence treason? 

No. Treason is the only defined crime in the US Constitution. Article III Section 3 says this: “Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.” 

The Texas Nationalist Movement peacefully advocates for the political, cultural and economic independence of Texas. We do not levy war. In addition, we are not an enemy to the United States and do not adhere to or give aid and comfort to their enemies. Therefore, supporting or advocating Texas independence is not treason. 

To the contrary, we are fighting against the enemies of the United States and Texas. We are working to secure the principles upon which the United States and Texas were founded. The ones who are guilty of treason are the ones who have disregarded the Constitution, have fundamentally attacked the freedom and independence of Texas and the other states, have systematically restricted or eliminated our natural rights and have given aid and comfort to those whose stated purpose is our destruction. The traitors are in Washington, D.C. and those who perpetuate the system which makes their treason possible. 

More FAQs at the Texas Nationalist Movement.


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