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Website Launches Petition to Recall Senator Marco Rubio

Posted June 28, 2013

Sign the Recall Petition of Marco RubioMarco Rubio in his own words previously while serving in the state legislature; during his campaign for office and his recent rhetoric on TV, Talk Radio, commercials, emails and surveys sent to his constituents stating that the border must be secured first then path to citizenship. The senator now has changed his promise to suit what he decides is in his best interest and not honor his own commitment to his campaign, voters and supporters thereby disenfranchising them.


‘Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment’ plans to go cross-country

Posted June 28, 2013

Impeach ObamaPlanning to sweep the country with a “patriot wave,” a movement called Overpasses for Obama’s Impeachment is looking to heat up July and August with overpass protests, according to the Examiner.

James Neighbors, the movement’s national coordinator and founder, has already set up a Facebook page and is preparing for demonstrations similar to the one held in California earlier this month.


Top Democrat Pushing For “One Child” Population Control In America

Posted June 28, 2013

One of the most foul things in China is the “one-child policy.” Initially enacted because China feared its population would outrun its resources, it’s led to infanticide, forced abortions and sterilizations, rampant corruption, and the disappearance of at least 100 million girls who would have been born but for the fact that their parents didn’t want their legal “one-child” to be female. Now, a Florida Democrat wants to bring Chinese ideas about population control to America.

Michael E. Arth, who ran for Florida governor in 2010, is now advocating for America to adopt its own one-child policy in order to fight what Arth sees as dangerously large population growth. In an interview with Vice, this Leftist visionary states his vision for America, one that values “the environment” more than he does human life:


Vision America Action Head Says God Defines Marriage -- Not Courts

Posted June 28, 2013

Contact: Janet Cook, Vision America Action, 936-560-3900, janet@vaaction.org

WASHINGTON, June 26, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ -- Reacting to the Supreme Court decision in United States v. Windsor, striking down the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) of 1996, Vision America Action President Dr. Rick Scarborough declared: "The definition of marriage is not within the purview of the United States Supreme Court, or any other court, for that matter. God defines marriage. Governments either conform to His will or ignore it -- at their very great peril."

Scarborough continued: "Throughout the course of millennia of Western Civilization, marriage has been defined as the union of a man and a woman. In recent years, 38 states have amended their constitutions, most by popular vote, to endorse that definition, which happens to be the only definition that makes sense -- morally or biologically."


Immigration Reform News

Posted June 28, 2013

Website Launches Petition to Recall Senator Marco Rubio

Sen. Corker (R-TN): 'I Don't Know' What Makes Rove an Immigration Expert

The GOP Implodes

Immigrationists and the Death of America

Posted June 27, 2013

Conservatives threaten to oust Boehner if he allows vote on immigration bill favored by Democrats

Gutierrez: Boehner a 'Friend and Ally' in Immigration Reform Fight

Republican Party Won't Survive Amnesty Bill and Neither will America

The Victims of Immigration Reform

The Great Border Distraction

Big Hobby Lobby Victory on HHS Mandate in Tenth Circuit—Part 1

Posted June 28, 2013

By a vote of 5 to 3, the en banc Tenth Circuit today reversed the district judge’s ruling (which I criticized here) that denied Hobby Lobby’s motion for a preliminary injunction against the HHS mandate that would require it to provide its employees insurance coverage for abortifacients.

The five judges in the majority agree that Hobby Lobby (and Mardel, owned by the same family) had demonstrated a likelihood of success on their claim under the federal Religious Freedom Restoration Act and had satisfied the irreparable-harm prong of the preliminary-injunction standard. Four of the five judges would resolve the remaining two factors (balance of equities and public interest) in Hobby Lobby’s favor, while the fifth would remand the case to the district court for evaluation of those two factors. Because that fifth vote is controlling, the Tenth Circuit is remanding the case to the district court.


Warren Buffett’s company lobbies for special tax credit

June 28, 2013

Billionaire Obama fundraiser Warren Buffett thinks his tax rate is too low, which is fine. He also lobbies the government to take more money from other rich people while personally pocketing bailout money, ethanol subsidies, and government contracts — all of which is less than fine, in my opinion.

But now Buffett’s company is lobbying Massachusetts to give his company a special tax break. Richline Group is not trying to take advantage of a tax break that’s available to everyone — Richline wants the state to give it a break because Richline is special.
Boston.com reports:


Pension Bubble:10 States' Liabilities Exceed Annual Revenues

Posted June 28, 2013

new Moody’s report released on Thursday finds that ten states have public pension liabilities that are as big or bigger than annual state revenues.

Illinois’ pension program is the worst, with liabilities that are 241% of its revenues. That represents $133 billion ($10,340 per Illinois resident), or nearly 20% of its gross domestic product, reports Reuters:

After Illinois, Connecticut had the highest pension burden in the country, with a pension liability equal to 189.7 percent of revenues. That was followed by Kentucky, at 140.9 percent; New Jersey, 137.2 percent; Hawaii, 132.5 percent; and Louisiana, s 130.2 percent. Colorado's net pension liability was slightly more than revenues at 117.5 percent and Maryland's slightly less at 99.5 percent.


The White House of Cards

Updated June 28, 2013

Coverage of the Obama Administration scandals - IRS targeting conservative groups, NSA Surveillance of US Citizens, DOJ/AP scandal, Benghazi lies, Extortion 17, Fast & Furious, & many more.

The White House of Cards

NSA Surveillance of US Citizens

Posted June 28, 2013

Feds collecting personal, confidential data on consumer's credit cards, bank transactions

Posted June 26, 2013

NSA surveillance leaks damage Obama administration's Internet freedom agenda

IRS Scandal

Posted June 26, 2013

IG: IRS Credit Cards Used for Wine, Pornography

No, It's Not Time To Move On From The IRS Scandal

Posted June 25, 2013

IRS chief: Inappropriate Screening Was Broader

Posted June 24, 2013

The Real IRS Scandal


Posted June 27, 2013

Benghazi Attack Suspect Walks

Posted June 26, 2013

Where Was the President?

Key Provision in Defense of Marriage Act is Struck Down by U.S. High Court

Posted June 27, 2013

Elvis has left the building and the Supreme Court has left town… But just before they did they handed down a raft of major decisions. Amazingly enough some of them weren’t so bad. The net effect of the Supreme Court’s two decisions today on DOMA and on California’s Proposition 8 is that the power to decide whether or not to permit same sex marriage is left up to the States as it rightfully should be. This decision should not be construed as a defeat for traditional Christians, but rather as a victory for advocates of limited government, and for all of us who still love the Constitution. Apparently they still occasionally read it over there at the Supreme Court. These two decisions should NOT be viewed as a victory for all those who like to make love to someone of the same sex, no matter how hard they try to convince you. They should be viewed as a victory for all those who love the Constitution.


Rep. Duckworth Deplores Witness for Claiming Veterans Disability

Posted June 27, 2013

12 of the Most Cutting Highlights From Justice Scalia’s Angry Defense of Marriage Act Dissent

Posted June 27, 2013

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s acerbic style was on full display in his dissent from the high court’s decision to strike down the provision of the federal Defense of Marriage Act denying benefits to married gay couples.
Scalia excoriated Justice Anthony Kennedy’s majority opinion in United States v. Windsor as “rootless and shifting” and held that the court had no standing to take the case. Here are 12 sharp-tongued highlights:

• The Court is eager—hungry—to tell everyone its view of the legal question at the heart of this case. Standing in the way is an obstacle, a technicality of little interest to anyone but the people of We the People, who created it as a barrier against judges’ intrusion into their lives. They gave judges, in Article III, only the “judicial Power,” a power to decide not abstract questions but real, concrete “Cases” and “Controversies.” Yet the plaintiff and the Government agree entirely on what should happen in this lawsuit. They agree that the court below got it right; and they agreed in the court below that the court below that one got it right as well. What, then, are we doing here?


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Obama campaign jumps into Texas abortion fight

Posted June 28, 2013

Organizing for Action, the Obama campaign-turned-nonprofit, jumped into the fight about banning abortions in Texas after 20 weeks, promising to help state Democrats fight Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, to stop the bill.

“Because of one powerful woman’s voice — and the thousands of people who had her back — it didn’t go Governor Perry’s way on Tuesday night,” OFA’s Lindsey Siler wrote in an email today. “He called it a ‘breakdown of decorum and decency’ — and what he’s describing was the women of Texas, who literally had to scream to be heard to defend their rights from being stripped away by extremists.”

The bill failed to pass after a 13-hour talking filibuster by Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis, who received an assist at the end from a gallery crowd that prevented the vote from taking place before the session ended at midnight by shouting down the lawmakers.


Texas Gov. Perry calls second special session on abortion

Posted June 27, 2013

AUSTIN, Texas –  After a one-woman filibuster and a raucous crowd helped derail a GOP-led effort to restrict Texas abortions, Gov. Rick Perry announced Wednesday that he's calling lawmakers back next week to try again.

Perry ordered the Legislature to meet July 1 to begin 30 more days of work. Like the first special session, which ended in chaos overnight, the second one will include on its agenda a Republican-backed plan that critics say would close nearly every abortion clinic across the state and impose other widespread limits on the procedure.

"I am calling the Legislature back into session because too much important work remains undone for the people of Texas," Perry said in a statement. "Texans value life and want to protect women and the unborn."

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/06/26/texas-gov-perry-calls-second-special-session-on-abortion/#ixzz2XQLekLTC

Let’s give the Republic another chance

Posted June 27, 2013

The filibuster might have been in line with the rules of the Texas Senate, but what happened next was not.  A crowd of some 400 pro-abortion protesters packed into the Senate chamber and literally drowned out the vote with their screaming and yelling.  The legislature was unable to finish voting and secure the signature of Lt. Governor David Dewhurst before the midnight deadline.  ”I didn’t lose control – we had an unruly mob,” said Dewhurst, before shrugging off the debacle and looking forward to another shot at passing the legislation.  ”It’s over.  It’s been fun.  But see you soon.”

That’s awfully sporting of him, but why should anyone – including abortion enthusiasts – be comfortable with the spectacle of mob rule overriding representative democracy?

The very next day, we got a dose of mob rule at the Supreme Court, as the liberal wing joined with the swingiest swing justice to ever swing from a court, Anthony Kennedy, to strike down Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act.  The 5-4 majority was very clear that its personal preferences colored the decision.  They didn’t see any way a decent person could support restricting federal benefits to same-sex couples, so the machinery of representative democracy (and the signature of President Bill Clinton) was demolished with a judicial wrecking ball.  No further input from the people of the United States – or, more to the point, their elected representatives – would be solicited.


Senator Wendy Davis kills bill and babies in Texas

Posted June 26, 2013

Dewhurst declares abortion bill dead, blames 'unruly mob'

Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst returned to the Senate floor at 3:01 a.m., banged the gavel and announced that, “regrettably, the constitutional time expired” on the special session.

Senate Bill 5 cannot be signed because it passed after midnight, he said.

After making his announcement, Dewhurst paused, then added: “It’s been fun, but, uh, see you soon.”

The crowds in the Capitol, loudly cheering early word that the bill had failed, let loose with another rousing cheer when told that it was official.

Speaking to reporters afterward, Dewhurst said he was furious about the night’s events.

“An unruly mob, using Occupy Wall Street tactics, disrupted the Senate from protecting unborn babies,” he said.


Sen. Ted Cruz Speaks in Support of his Amendment to Defund Obamacare and Stop the Amnesty Tax

Posted June 26, 2013

Supreme Court STRIKES DOWN Racist Voting Rights Act Provision - NO MORE DOJ PRECLEARANCE for Redistricting and Voter ID

Posted June 26, 2013

The Supreme Court of the United States has declared a key provision of the Voting Rights Act. I have long declared and written many articles explaining why Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act is racist, discriminatory and unconstitutional. SCOTUS did not strike down Section 5, but they effectively dismantled Section 5 by striking down Section 4.

Section 5 of the voting rights act requires certain states and counties to get preclearance from Eric Holder's racist Department of Justice before they can make ANY changes to anything involving elections.


Texas AG Tells Janine Turner that SCOTUS Voting Rights Act Decision Is a ‘Huge Win for Equality’

Posted June 26, 2013

Greg Abbott implements Texas Voter ID law immediately after the ruling.

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott responded to today's Supreme Court decision striking down Section 4 of the 1965 Voting Rights Act by implementing Texas' voter ID law. The Texas legislature had passed that law in 2011, only to have the Obama-Holder Justice Department put it on ice while challenging it under the Voting Rights Act.

Appearing on the Janine Turner Show today, Abbott was jubilant.

"This is a huge win for the Constitution and for equality in this country," Abbott said. "Before today, different states were treated differently under the Constitution. The Voting Rights Act is the only law that was used to impose disparate or different kind of treatment. Specifically, Texas was called out and treated differently than other states."


Dewhurst Says Straus Did not get Pro Life Bill to TX Senate in Time

Posted June 26, 2013

Texas LT Governor David Dewhurst has partially blamed a mob for the failure of big Texas Special Session Pro-Life bills and he partially blamed The Texas House, under the leadership and scheduling of pro-choice Texas Speaker Joe Straus. Dewhurst says that the Senate did not get the bill from the House in time to pass it in the Senate. They had all Special session to pass the bill and the Texas Senate had a plan from the beginning but the House leadership drug their feet.


DC March for Jobs & Anti-Amnesty Rally

TEXANS: Reserve your bus seat today

To help to stop Congress' amnesty push, please join the Black American Leadership Alliance for our march on Washington on Monday, July 15, 2013 at 9:30 a.m. at Freedom Plaza as we demand that our leaders reject amnesty, and pass immigration policies that put Americans back to work. Click here to learn more about the event.

To register to attend the event, click here.
To reserve your bus seat, click here.


  • Only people registered will be allowed on the bus.
  • Busses will be departing 7/14 and returning 7/16.
  • The Days Inn will be offering room rates at $75+ tax.


Say “NO” to amnesty…loud and clear. Please register today.

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Officials seek public feedback on flawed toll plan for US 281

Posted June 24, 2013

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) and the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority (RMA) are soliciting public comment on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Highway 281 expansion project. They held a public hearing Thursday, June 20, at the San Antonio Shrine Auditorium and nearly 250 people attended despite it being held on the same night as the final game of the Spurs World Championship play-offs. Over 90% of the public feedback opposed tolls on Hwy 281.

he Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) currently has two HOV/transit toll lanes planned from Loop 1604 to Stone Oak Pkwy., and tolls on all six main lanes (including the 4 currently toll-free lanes) north of Stone Oak Pkwy. to the county line.

Take ActionTexans Uniting for Reform and Freedom (TURF) is urging residents to reject the toll plan on Hwy 281 and demand the complete non-toll expressway option be advanced as the 'preferred alternative' for the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) that advances to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) for final approval in 2014. The deadline for public comment is July 1 and comments can be submitted to US281EIS@alamoRMA.org.


Ted Cruz Launches National Petition Against Gang of Eight's Bill

Posted June 21, 2013

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) launched a national petition on Thursday to stop the Senate Gang of Eight's amnesty bill and send Washington a "strong signal" of the grassroots opposition to the bill. 

"This is urgent," Cruz wrote in an e-mail to supporters. "We must stop this Gang of 8 immigration bill, which would give amnesty to an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants with no guarantee of a secure border." 

"The Senate debate is in the final stages and we need to send Washington a strong signal of the overwhelming grassroots opposition to this amnesty bill from Americans across the country," Cruz explained.

Cruz urged supporters to share the petition with friends and to "act now--without delay--to help us defeat amnesty and stand for legal immigration!"



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