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Glenn Beck's Keynote Address to the NRA

Posted May 6, 2013

Issa Reveals Explosive Details From Benghazi Whistleblowers

Posted May 6, 2013


SEAL Chris Kyle's wife Taya Emotional Speech at NRA-ILA Leadership Forum

Posted May 6, 2013

Sarah Palin's SMOKING HOT NRA Speech ~ "Don't make me do it..."

Posted May 6, 2013

Why Republicans Lose: It's not what you think

Posted May 6, 2013

Obama Rolls Back $5 Billion in Sequester Cuts

Posted May 6, 2013

The White House budget office is using an obscure budget rule to restore $5 billion in sequester-related cuts.

The recalculation trick will mean the State Department will no longer have to furlough employees, will spare the Pentagon $4 billion in cuts to the rate of spending growth, and will replenish $1 billion to the budgets of agencies including the Homeland Security Department and NASA.


Shocking report discovers Tea Partiers are conservatives, think GOP too soft

Posted May 6, 2013

That headline is sarcastic, of course. The liberal American Prospect recently reported on a new study of Tea Party members (or more precisely, a poll of FreedomWorks members) by the College of William & Mary. It found three things:

1- “Tea Party activists are not Republicans.” — “While 70 percent of FreedomWorks activists identify as Republican, another 23 percent reject the Republican label entirely and instead, when asked which political party they identify with, choose “other. Asked if they considered themselves more Republican or more a Tea Party member, more than three-quarters chose Tea Party.”

2- “Tea Party activists nearly as concerned about winning.”  – “More than three-fourths of respondents preferred the candidate who was more likely to lose but shared their positions.” That is, as opposed to a candidate who didn’t share all of their views but had a better chance of winning.


Are all telephone calls recorded and accessible to the US government?

Posted May 6, 2013

The real capabilities and behavior of the US surveillance state are almost entirely unknown to the American public because, like most things of significance done by the US government, it operates behind an impenetrable wall of secrecy. But a seemingly spontaneous admission this week by a former FBI counterterrorism agent provides a rather startling acknowledgment of just how vast and invasive these surveillance activities are.

Over the past couple days, cable news tabloid shows such as CNN's Out Front with Erin Burnett have been excitingly focused on the possible involvement in the Boston Marathon attack of Katherine Russell, the 24-year-old American widow of the deceased suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev. As part of their relentless stream of leaks uncritically disseminated by our Adversarial Press Corps, anonymous government officials are claiming that they are now focused on telephone calls between Russell and Tsarnaev that took place both before and after the attack to determine if she had prior knowledge of the plot or participated in any way.

On Wednesday night, Burnett interviewed Tim Clemente, a former FBI counterterrorism agent, about whether the FBI would be able to discover the contents of past telephone conversations between the two. He quite clearly insisted that they could:


National Ground Game Day: June 15, 2013

Posted May 6, 2013

Star Parker: Planned Parenthood targets black women

Posted May 6, 2013

The struggle for racial justice in America -- whether fighting slavery, or fighting for civil rights -- has always been informed by absolute standards of right and wrong, of good and evil, that transcend even the cleverest human mind. Black history is testimony to where we wind up when those standards get lost.

Yet, once again, those standards have gotten lost. And, once again, black Americans are bearing the brunt of the cost of a nation that has lost its moral rudder, this time as a result of wantonly legal and available abortion.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, blacks accounted for 35.4 percent of abortions performed in 2009, despite representing, according to the 2010 census, just 13.6 percent of the U.S. population.

Let's not be deluded that this is an accident.



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Stop Castro By Voting Early!

Posted May 6, 2013 ~ Weston Hicks, Texas Freedom PAC

We need your help to stop Julian Castro and his liberal agenda. For those of you who don't know, turnout in the May elections is historically low. This means your vote in the San Antonio City Council elections matters more than ever! 

If you don't know where to vote visit the Bexar County Elections website and decide where to vote on either Monday or Tuesday. If you don't vote early, please vote on Saturday, May 11th.

The following candidates are not part of Castro's machine and deserve your support:

District 10 - Carlton Soules
District 8 - Rolando Briones
District 7 - Carlos Zaldivar
District 6 - Greg Brockhouse
District 4 - Joseph "JoeJo" Savage
District 2 - Hector Medina


We Need You to Act Against Smart Meters in Texas

Posted May 6, 2013

Take Action Against Smart Meters in TexasThe bill that the grassroots/tea parties want has been passed out of committee. Our understanding is that as soon as the Lt. Gov. has 21 supporters of the bill it will be put on the floor. WE NEED YOUR HELP TO INSURE THAT THE LT. GOV. GETS THE 21 SENATORS SUPPORTING SB 241 THAT HE MUST HAVE. WILL YOU PLEASE NOTIFY YOUR SENATOR THAT YOU WANT HIM TO DO EVERYTHING HE CAN TO SEE THAT SB 241 MOVES TO THE FLOOR.

Carville: 'Ted Cruz Is the Most Talented and Fearless Republican Politician I’ve Seen in 30 Years'

Posted May 6, 2013

Democratic strategist and former Bill Clinton adviser James Carville said something about Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tx.) on ABC's This Week Sunday that is guaranteed to raise eyebrows on both sides of the aisle.

"I think he is the most talented and fearless Republican politician I’ve seen in the last 30 years."

JAMES CARVILLE: I think he is the most talented and fearless Republican politician I’ve seen in the last 30 years. I further think that he’s going to run for president and he is going to create something. I’m not sitting here saying he’s going to win, and I think Senator DeMint is right. I’ve listened to excerpts of his speech in South Carolina. He touches every button, and this guy has no fear. He just keeps plowing ahead. And he is going to be something to watch.

And a lot of Republicans feel this way, George, and you hear this a lot: "If we only got someone who was articulate and was for what we were for, we would win elections. And we get these John McCains and these Mitt Romneys and these squishy guys that can’t do anything." Well, there’s one thing this guy is not - he ain’t squishy, not in the least.

Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2013/05/05/carville-ted-cruz-most-talented-and-fearless-republican-politician#ixzz2SVjydXWX


When is Amnesty NOT Amnesty?

Posted May 6, 2013 ~ by George Rodriguez

When is “a path way to citizenship” not amnesty or a reward? Over the past few weeks, I have been criticized by some conservatives and Republicans for “confusing” the two terms. I have expressed my concern that some Texas Tea Party groups, like the San Antonio Tea Party, may have bought off on the idea that there is a difference between a “path way” and amnesty.

However, in my opinion, anyone who willfully entered the country illegally should not be eligible for citizenship…ever. My reasons for this hard position are these.

First, unless there is a severe and costly penalty to willful illegal entry, the problem will continue forever. This second “adjustment” for the millions of illegal immigrants will only lead to a third, and fourth, and so forth, because there is no absolute penalty for illegal entry.


MILLER: Rick Perry says Obama wants to ‘disarm the American public’

Posted May 6, 2013

Gov. Rick Perry sat back in shock when I told him President Obama told Mexicans that an upside of his efforts to infringe the Second Amendment would be to make them safer. The Texas Republican, a lifetime member of the National Rifle Association (NRA), pushed back his chair and thought before speaking. 

“The idea that a United States president would go to Mexico and make that statement is incredulous,” the 2012 president candidate told me in an interview after his rousing speech at the NRA annual meeting in Houston Friday. “His goal —  well before he became president of the United States  — was to try to disarm the American public. He just disregards the Constitution.”

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/may/3/miller-rick-perry-says-obama-wants-disarm-america-/#.UYXFLAbWO4E.email#ixzz2SQNzL5rn
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Affidavit reveals Temple PD arrest of Grisham was all about attitude

Posted May 6, 2013

Following a fortnight’s wrangle over an open records request, Temple police released a probable cause affidavit that reveals an officer’s reasons for arresting Army Master Sgt. C.J. Grisham for carrying an loaded AR-15 on a rural road near this city’s airport.

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Yes, this actually happens in the legislature

Posted May 3, 2013 ~ Rep. David Simpson

It has been said — wisely, I might add — that "No man's life, liberty, or property are safe when the Legislature is in session."

Sometimes you just have to scratch your head and wonder how it is that we let things go the way we do. For instance, one day earlier this month, the House "recessed" instead of "adjourned" so that when we convened again the following morning it would still be the "same legislative day" and we could avoid some deadlines and legislative restrictions. Yes, that actually happened. It reminds me a little of when Nancy Pelosi asked that Congress simply "deem" ObamaCare passed, even when the vote hadn't been won. Things are or they are not...except in the Legislature where we can make our own rules.

Another example. This past week, bills were being read and voted on so fast that we voted on one bill while thinking it was a different bill. A bill was read and voted on, then the Representative who had moved passage on the bill came forward and apologized, saying that we had voted on one bill while thinking it was actually a different bill! But, instead of reconsidering that vote and allowing Representatives to actually know the vote they were taking, we just kept right on going... In fact, there was an average of just 45 seconds between votes on major bills, including a bill that appropriated $1 billion.

Among other things, we continue to pass vague mandates disguised as other things, continue to pass statewide and controversial bills on the "local and consent" calendar, and continue to expand the police powers of the state.


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