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Trumka in charge of the NLRB!

Obama taps two new appointees to NLRB

Posted July 18, 2013

President Obama has settled on two new appointments to the National Labor Relations Board after consulting with AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka.

Obama tapped Nancy Schiffer and Kent Hirozawa for the NLRB. Schiffer is the associate general counsel at the AFL-CIO and Hirozawa is the chief counsel to NLRB Chairman Gaston Pearce.


GOP won't let ongoing threat of 'nuclear option' curb future filibusters

Posted July 18, 2013

But Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, opposed the deal, suggesting that the Republicans emerged from this battle weaker politically than they would have been had they refused to back down, even if Reid carried through with the nuclear option, something Lee didn't think he would do.

"If you move in this direction, you may end up giving up what you would lose if they did in fact go nuclear," Lee said. "But you never get to find out whether they were, in fact, bluffing. ... We'll never know."

Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was less diplomatic in a tweet posted the day the compromise was approved: "Today, re: the so-called nuclear option, Senate Republicans preserved the right to surrender in the future."


House votes for delays on Obamacare; some Democrats give support to GOP move

Posted July 18, 2013

The House voted Wednesday to delay mandates in the federal health care law requiring individuals and large employers to have coverage, with dozens of Democrats joining Republicans in poking a symbolic hole in the president’s signature achievement.

Both votes left Democratic leaders struggling to grapple with the health care law, which they powered through in 2010 but now are struggling to keep on track amid complaints from businesses that they are having a tough time understanding it, and fears that individuals won’t sign up.

Boxed in by what they said were Republican tricks, 35 Democrats joined with Republicans to give large businesses a one-year reprieve on following the law, helping pass that provision on a 264-161 vote. Moments later, the House voted 251-174 to give individuals the same one-year break. In that vote, 22 Democrats joined Republicans.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/17/house-votes-delay-key-mandates-obamacare/#ixzz2ZOPiUDkj

The White House of Cards Scandal Coverage

NSA Scandal

Posted July 18, 2013

Lawmakers of both parties voice doubts about NSA surveillance programs

House Judiciary Panel Blasts Intel Officials

Patriot Act author blasts government collection of phone records


Posted July 18, 2013

New subpoena issued for State Department documents in House probe of Benghazi attacks

TWA Flight 800: Hillary Rodham Clinton's Benghazi warm-up


Posted July 16, 2013

The Watergate of Whistleblowers that could bring down Hillary Rodham Clinton

IRS Scandal

Posted July 18, 2013

Justice Department in hot seat after declining to prosecute alleged IRS abuse

How high did it go? Republicans to step up pressure on IRS at scandal hearing

IRS lawyer says scandal was overseen by D.C., names names

Obama Appointee Involved In IRS Targeting of Tea Party - IRS attorney Carter Hull has told congressional investigators that the Agency's chief counsel's office had asked to review the applications of tea party and conservative organization targeted for heightened scrutiny. William Walkins, chief counsel of the IRS, is a political appointee of President Obama. Hull's testimony provides the closest link between the IRS scandal and the White House.

Former GOP Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell told her tax records were breached

Conservative groups targeted by the IRS reject the agency's new expedited review process

Posted July 16, 2013

EXCLUSIVE: Feds admit improper scrutiny of candidate, donor tax records

Fast and Furious Scandal

Posted July 18, 2013

Grassley to Holder: Why is Your Department Hiding New Fast and Furious Murders?

Immigration Reform News

Posted July 18, 2013

Obama Tells Univision 'Probably' Can't Reform Immigration via Executive Order

Report: McCain Concedes Gang of Eight Losing Immigration Debate

GOP Rep: Amnesty Deal Would 'Blow Up' in Boehner's Face

Posted July 17, 2013

What If We Were Serious? - Real border security — a fence, more agents, no-nonsense rules of engagement, an entry-exit system — wouldn't be that hard.

Thomas Sowell: Paul Ryan’s argument for immigration reform ‘utter nonsense’

Posted July 16, 2013

Rev. Peterson: Working Class Black Americans Don't Want Immigration Bill

Heritage: U.S. Taxpayers Will Pay $12,433 Per Amnestied Household

Mitch McConnell Begging for Amnesty Again

Posted July 15, 2013

'March for Jobs' to Traverse D.C. in Protest Against Amnesty

Priebus Omits Immigration Reform in Speech to Young Republicans

Broken Immigration or Broken Laws That Are not Enforced?

Inside the immigration bill: Details, bureaucracy and pork

Zimmerman Verdict Fallout Coverage

Posted July 18, 2013

Allen West: Where Was NAACP, Media When Two Black Teenagers Shot White Baby In The Face

Allen West on the NAACP


Black Gang Attack White Marines in CA

George Zimmerman: Angela Corey’s Racial Peace Offering

Occupation of Florida Governor's Office Enters Second Day

Posted July 17, 2013

Where is the justice?

DOJ Asks Civil Rights Groups, General Public for 'Tips' on Zimmerman

GOP Rep: Zimmerman Was Acquitted, 'Get Over It'

Blacks benefit from Florida 'Stand Your Ground' law at disproportionate rate

Stevie Wonder Boycotting Florida Following Zimmerman Verdict (Video)

Hillary Clinton: George Zimmerman verdict brought 'deep heartache'

Holder sees racism in Zimmerman, Martin, shooting

Ted Nugent says lesson in Trayvon Martin incident: 'Teach your children not to attack people'

Graham Challenger Banks Quarter Million in Last Few Weeks

Posted July 18, 2013

ANDERSON, S.C., —After declaring his intention to enter the race on April 15, 2013 and challenge Senator Lindsey Graham in the 2014 US Senate Race, Richard Cash has been traveling the State spreading his conservative message. Cash’s message has resonated with those who have become disillusioned with Graham’s voting record and moderate agenda. Support for this 2010 3rd Congressional District Republican Primary winner has been overwhelming.



Posted July 18, 2013

The contemporary “animal rights” movement and its various factions are not what they seem. For every legitimate concern, there are dozens of front groups operated and funded by extremists with radical agendas. For instance, over the past several years, the ASPCA, PETA, and HSUS have been waging a war against so-called “puppy mills.”  

They lead Americans to believe that their focus is on rogue, unscrupulous dog breeders, but in a recent interview, the ASPCA admitted that they consider even law-abiding dog breeders to be “puppy mills.” Animal rights activists hold the belief that bringing new, pure-bred dogs into existence is unethical so long as there are dogs in shelters.  Thus, they seek to put every law-abiding dog breeder permanently out of business by any means necessary. 


Congress readies to consider Voting Rights Act revamp

Posted July 18, 2013

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday held the first of what could be dozens of congressional hearings to determine which states, if any, need federal oversight of their elections after the high court rejected the previous list.
A House judiciary subcommittee is scheduled to hold a similar hearing Thursday.

The Senate hearing didn’t produce potential solutions, instead serving as a warm-up to a congressional debate that could last years.

“Voting discrimination still exists; no one doubts that,” said Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. “The Supreme Court has called on Congress to come together to update the Voting Rights Act to meet current conditions, and it is up to us to meet that challenge.”



Posted July 17, 2013

Matthew Hutcheson, famed 401(k) fiduciary expert, was convicted at trial of federal wire fraud charges in April, 2013.   Many believe, and evidence strongly suggests, that Hutcheson’s federal charges were brought about as a direct result of his whistleblowing activities regarding a “skim machine” at the Department of Labor (DOL). Previous articles examined in depth Hutcheson’s whistleblowing and subsequent retributive prosecution at the hands of Obama’s Department of Justice (DOJ). 

Hutcheson’s prosecution is just one example of the administration’s merciless war on whistleblowers. It is unfortunately part of a wider pattern of extreme measures being directed by Attorney General Eric Holder against whistleblowers and others deemed to be enemies of the Obama White House. Hutcheson recently agreed to be interviewed in an effort to fully explain the events surrounding his whistleblowing and subsequent prosecution. 


GOP to confirm 7, Obama to change 2 in deal averting 'nuclear option'

Posted July 17, 2013

GOP senators agreed to drop their filibusters against Richard Cordray, nominated to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; Thomas Perez, Obama's nominee for Labor secretary; and Gina McCarthy, who is to lead the Environmental Protection Agency, among others. In exchange, Senate Democrats and the Obama administration agreed to replace the two National Labor Relations Board members that the president appointed during a disputed Senate recess with new nominees who are to be fast-tracked.

The lynchpin of the agreement, expected to be completed and announced Tuesday afternoon, was a joint Democratic-Republican decision to put off any attempt to permanently resolve the conflict that led them to the confrontation. Under this accord, Republicans retain the right to filibuster future Obama nominees, and Democrats maintain the threat to curb the use of filibusters if they judge any GOP blockade to be unreasonable or unwarranted.


Which Republicans supported Richard Cordray?

Posted July 17, 2013

Which Republicans voted for Cordray?: 12.

The GOP senators were Saxby Chambliss (Ga.), Tom Coburn (Okla.), Susan Collins (Maine), Bob Corker (Tenn.), Jeff Flake (Ariz.), Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.), Orrin Hatch (Utah), Johnny Isakson (Ga.), John McCain (Ariz.), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Rob Portman (Ohio) and Roger Wicker (Miss.).


We The People

Does “We The People” still Represent Political Power?

Posted July 17, 2013

Our Constitution begins with those words saying that the people of the United States do ordain and establish the Constitution. It does not say “We the State Legislatures” or “we the politicians” or “we a handful of important people”. A little reading of history tells us that the Constitution was conceived and written by people acting without the consent of a legislative body and then when written the Constitution was ratified by a vote of the people of each state and not the state legislators.

Clearly our entire federal government is a concept developed and established by the people of the time. The question I ask here is “Does this enormous power of the people to control their own lives still exist and if so how can it be utilized?” Have we irretrievably given this power to federal and state representatives?


Liberals Attack 'March for Jobs' Rally, Label BALA Front for 'Hate Groups'

Posted July 17, 2013

After the Black American Leadership Alliance (BALA) organized “March For Jobs” rally against amnesty for illegal aliens, forces on the institutional left banded together on Monday in an attempt to smear the organization and event as racist.


Colorado town considers licensing bounty hunters to shoot down drones

Posted July 17, 2013

The tiny town of Deer Trail, Colo. — barely more than a wide spot on Interstate 70 about 55 miles east of Denver, population 546 — is considering an ordinance that would authorize licensed bounty hunters to shoot down unmanned aircraft violating its “sovereign airspace.”

A six-page petition circulated by a resident says that the threat of surveillance from drones — regardless of who is piloting them — is a threat to “traditional American ideas of Liberty and Freedom” enjoyed by Deer Trail’s “ranchers, farmers, cowboys and Indians, as well as contemporary citizens.”

Therefore, drone incursions are to be seen as acts of war.

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/07/16/colorado-town-considers-licensing-bounty-hunters-to-shoot-down-drones/#ixzz2ZHzUhAi8

12 states sue EPA over agency's alleged 'sue and settle' tactics

Posted July 17, 2013

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt and the attorneys general of 11 other states sued the Environmental Protection Agency Tuesday, demanding that the agency turn over documents the states allege will show the agency cooperates with environmental groups as part of a "sue and settle" legal strategy to develop regulations.

The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court in Oklahoma City, alleges that binding consent decrees between the EPA and environmental groups that have sued the agency over the years have led to new rules and regulations for states without allowing their attorneys general to defend their interests and those of its businesses and consumers.


Why Does the AARP Hate Seniors?

Posted July 17, 2013

We know the AARP is typically left-leaning and sided with the Obama Administration on Obamacare and other policies that will wind up hurting seniors.

But now it seems they’re siding with the far-left environmental movement to put people out of work and raise energy prices — something that has a direct effect on seniors with fixed incomes.

The AARP and Sierra Club worked together to stall nuclear energy legislation in Iowa. They claimed the legislation would hurt seniors when, in reality, the legislation would have incentivized low cost nuclear energy production in Iowa.


EXCLUSIVE: Feds admit improper scrutiny of candidate, donor tax records

Posted July 16, 2013

Justice has declined to prosecute any of the cases

The Treasury Department has admitted for the first time that confidential tax records of several political candidates and campaign donors were improperly scrutinized by government officials, but the Justice Department has declined to prosecute any of the cases.
Its investigators also are probing two allegations that the Internal Revenue Service “targeted for audit candidates for public office,” the Treasury’s inspector general for tax administration, J. Russell George, has privately told Sen. Chuck Grassley.
In a written response to a request by Mr. Grassley, the ranking Republican on the Judiciary Committee, Mr. George said a review turned up four cases since 2006 in which unidentified government officials took part in “unauthorized access or disclosure of tax records of political donors or candidates,” including one case he described as “willful.” In four additional cases, Mr. George said, allegations of improper access of IRS records were not substantiated by the evidence.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jul/15/feds-admit-improper-scrutiny-candidate-donor-tax-r/#ixzz2ZCWpXQVc


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TEA Party Caucus Advisory Committee Update

Posted July 18, 2013

Texas Legislators:

During the entire 83rd legislation session - regular and special - we've been repeatedly crystal clear (in writing) on what we do and do not support regarding transportation funding; however, just so everybody knows we are still watching votes, I reiterate our position:

1) We view the 24% increase in session-to-session GR/ESF spending to be excessive and more than sufficient to have funded transportation and water without another raid on the ESF.  Reckless spending decisions have consequences.  To deliver baseline budgets out of the House Appropriation and Senate Finance Committees without properly funding transportation as a core constitutional function of state government was a big red flag to us that the legislature was on a spending binge.  The budget passed certainly proved our prognostication to be true. Thank you to those of you who voted against the budget.  To those of you who did not, please don't compound that bad decision by supporting a vote to raid the ESF with no protections for that fund!

2) We do NOT support any bill for transportation that does not protect the ESF. It is a commonsense safeguard to stop funding diversions if the ESF balance falls below a minimum threshold.  The ESF should always maintain a balance that will ensure the state's AAA credit rating.  The ESF should always maintain a balance to cover a true emergency due to a downturn in the economy.  The ESF was never instituted by the People of Texas to cover reckless fiscal policy and an emergency created by undisciplined elected officials so shortsighted as to jeopardize our state's fiscal health because they were willing to hang all our tomorrows on the very volatile oil and gas industry and just keep spending like there's no tomorrow.

3) We do NOT support any bill that dedicates existing sales and use taxes on vehicles to fund corporate welfare/taxpayer-subsidized profits for toll companies, the associated P3/CDA funding schemes, and to leverage more road debt.  We do not support a dedication of this revenue stream to light rail/trolley car/transit boondoggles.  We will only support a clean bill that gets us back to "pay as you go" to the highway fund for non-tolled roads. For all the people who keep saying that our goal is not possible -- they are the same people who refuse to hold TxDOT and the wasteful regional mobility authorities accountable for the flagrant examples of waste that we and other conservative activists have brought forward.

Make no mistake, a vote to raid the ESF with no protections and a vote to dedicate our tax dollars to fund more creative financing schemes that undermine the sovereignty of Texas will be considered the same as a vote to increase taxes.  

If you have any questions or would like to debate this, please feel free to call the numbers below.

Best regards, 

JoAnn Fleming, Executive Director (volunteer), Grassroots America - We the People  www.gawtp.com

Chair - Advisory Committee to the TX Legislature's TEA Party Caucus

Gov. Perry to Sign Texas' 20-Week Abortion Ban into Law on Thursday

Posted July 18, 2013

Texas Gov. Rick Perry will be signing House Bill 2 into law at the state capitol Thursday morning, as pro-abortion protests continue throughout the state. According to Perry, the legislation will not only protect the unborn, but it will also advance the health and safety of women in Texas.

The legislation will ban abortion in the Lone Star state after 20 weeks gestation, and require abortion facilities to meet the same safety standards as ambulatory surgical centers. The bill would also require abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital located within 30 miles of the abortion clinic, and to administer RU-486 in person.


Transparency Committee Goes Behind Closed Doors

July 17, 2013 by

In the coming weeks, the Texas House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations will be meeting in a closed-door session to begin their witch-hunt impeachment against a university regent accused of… seeking greater transparency. And, quite possibly, looking into cases of legislative abuse or corruption. Oddly, legislators don’t want anyone asking questions about that.

According to Article 3, Section 16, of the Texas Constitution, “The sessions of each House shall be open, except the Senate when in Executive session.” Yet inexplicably the Texas House’s Rules allow committees to meet in private.

Transparency in operations might be their name, but apparently the committee isn’t going to take it as their operating imperative in the quest to silence those investigating potential corruption and fiduciary mismanagement.

Let’s be clear about the House’s witch-hunt charges.

Rep. Pitts apparently doesn't want anyone being allowed to investigate possibly unethical behavior by lawmakers and university officials...

State Rep. Jim Pitts – a moderate, anti-transparency Republican who serves as Speaker Joe Straus’ chairman of the House Appropriations Committee – filed impeachment charges last month against University of Texas Regent Wallace Hall. It appears Mr. Pitts and other crony-insider legislators are very nervous about the kinds of questions Mr. Hall has been asking in his role as a regent.


Republicans Surrender

Posted July 17, 2013

Senate Republicans, led by Mitch McConnell, have given up the filibuster for executive nominations. Under a deal struck, the Democrats will not deploy the nuclear option, but the Republicans will let the President fill a number of positions the GOP has been blocking. Among the positions will be the ever important National Labor Relations Board, which has pursued a disastrous anti-free market agenda.

As Senator Ted Cruz noted, the GOP preserved the right to surrender in the future. What he means is that the GOP folded, but kept the appearance of still having a filibuster for executive nominations in place.

Until the GOP filibusters other executive nominees the President wants. They will then either cave again or see the nuclear option then.


Wendy 'Kermit Gosnell' Davis

Wendy “Gosnell” Davis – Pro-Abortion State Senator from Texas

Posted July 17, 2013

Texas State Senator Wendy Davis received fawning national media attention for her pro-abortion filibuster which ran out the clock in the 83rd legislative session in Texas. Davis, holding views similar to convicted abortionist Kermit Gosnell, believes that killing viable babies in the womb is a fundamental right for women. Her extreme pro-abortion stance flies in the face of the majority of Texans who are pro-life.

Wendy Davis now has an opponent for State Senator in District 10. Meet Konni Burton

How Pro-Lifers Beat the Pro-Abortion Mob in Texas: An Eyewitness Account

Posted July 17, 2013

When the Texas State Senate passed HB2 on Friday night, banning abortions after 20 weeks (when pre-born children have been scientifically proven to feel pain) and instituting regulations on abortion facilities that will bring them up to par with other surgical centers across the state, the scene outside the Senate chamber was chaotic. Abortion rights activists had descended upon the state capitol for a protest that became about much more than just one bill. Even Occupy Austin had joined the fray for demonstrations that, as our team witnessed, went far beyond the control of Planned Parenthood and NARAL.

The crowds started gathering very early in the morning, with some people lining up for access to the Senate gallery before 5 AM. The building became a sea of orange shirts (abortion activists) and blue shirts (pro-lifers). The abortion activists had come to the capitol ready for a fight.


Konni Burton: Texas Grass-Roots Conservative Looks to Unseat Wendy Davis

Posted July 16, 2013

The 2014 race for Texas Senate District 10 is already exciting, likely due to the intense debate over the recent bill passed in the state legislature that bans abortion past 20 weeks and requires abortion clinics to have the same standards of care as other ambulatory surgery centers.

State Sen. Wendy Davis (D) was said to have become a “rising star” as a result of her “pink-sneakered” filibuster of the legislation. But will she be able to hold onto her seat if she continues her campaign for re-election?

Hoping to unseat Davis, thus far, are two Republicans, former state Rep. Mark Shelton, who lost to Davis by a slim margin last year, and Konni Burton, a conservative, grass-roots activist who has been a longtime leader within the Northeast Tarrant Tea Party.


Sen. Cruz: Current Immigration Bill Doesn’t Fix the Problem

Posted July 16, 2013

Addresses Black American Leadership Alliance, DC March for Jobs

WASHINGTON, DC -- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) today spoke at the Black American Leadership Alliance’s D.C. March for Jobs to address concerns with the aspect of the Gang of Eight bill that would impose a penalty on U.S. employers for hiring U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents.

“One of the most egregious aspects of the gang of eight bill is its intersection with Obamacare, which penalizes businesses that hire a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident over an illegal immigrant,” Sen. Cruz said. “This is utterly and completely indefensible. If this bill passes it will increase unemployment: it will increase African American unemployment, Hispanic unemployment, youth unemployment and even legal immigrant unemployment.”

The senator continued, “This bill most hurts those who are struggling to climb the economic ladder. We need to fix this problem, we need to fix our broken immigration system we need to secure our borders now, we need to welcome legal immigrants and we need to uphold the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution.”

Sen. Cruz presented an amendment that would have fixed this issue by defunding Obamacare until there are no more individuals with RPI status. But the Senate Democrat majority blocked his request.

He also presented several amendments that would have strengthened border security measures; reformed the high-skilled temporary worker program; modernized, streamlined and expanded legal immigration; prohibited federal, state, or local entitlement benefits for those here illegally; and ensured that those in the U.S. illegally are not given a path to citizenship. Senate Democrats refused to allow a vote on any of these amendments.

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On Impeachment Probe, Committee In Uncharted Waters

Posted July 16, 2013

A legislative committee charged with weighing the impeachment of University of Texas System Regent Wallace Hall is easing its way into a process that has relatively little historical precedent or statutory guidance.

At the end of the first special session, Speaker Joe Straus, R-San Antonio, issued a proclamation expanding the scope of the House Select Committee on Transparency in State Agency Operations to allow it to investigate whether or not articles of impeachment should be brought against Hall, an increasingly controversial figure on the UT board.

State Rep. Jim Pitts, R-Waxahachie, had filed a resolution that would have jump-started the impeachment process, but the House leadership decided to take a step back and have the committee look into the matter and decide how to proceed.


Greg Abbott officially announces he's running for Texas governor

Posted July 15, 2013

SAN ANTONIO — Republican Greg Abbott looked out Sunday on a downtown plaza full of supporters and saw an unbroken field to becoming Texas’ next governor.

On the anniversary of his greatest misfortune, the state attorney general proclaimed his highest ambition to serve as governor. He promised to represent average Texans, pledging a continuation of his principles on guns, grit and greatness.

“Just as I’ve been a voice for liberty and the Constitution, I’ll be a voice for you,” Abbott said.


Pro-life Victory in Texas: Senate Passes Late-Term Abortion Ban

Posted July 15, 2013

We knew this was coming for quite some time despite vile protestations and hours-long filibusters. Fox News has the details:

The Texas Senate late Friday passed tough new abortion restrictions after weeks of protests, sending them to Gov. Rick Perry to sign into law.

The vote came after weeks of protests and rallies drew thousands to the Capitol and made Texas the focus of the national abortion debate.

Republicans used their majority to pass the bill nearly three weeks after a filibuster by Democratic Sen. Wendy Davis and an outburst by abortion-rights supporters in the Senate gallery disrupted a deadline vote.

Called back for a new special session by Perry, lawmakers took up the bill again as thousands of supporters and opponents held rallies and jammed the Capitol to testify at public hearings.

In a statement released just after the vote, Perry said, "Today the Texas Legislature took its final step in our historic effort to protect life. This legislation builds on the strong and unwavering commitment we have made to defend life and protect women's health."


Texas Legislature Passes Pro-Life Bill; Pro-Aborts Promise Challenge

Posted July 15, 2013

The Texas State Senate followed up House passage of a pro-life bill that would ban abortion after the 20th week of pregnancy, and pro-abortion activists have promised a court battle after Gov. Rick Perry's expected signature on the new law early next week. As reported earlier by The New American, the legislature had already passed the law in late June, but Perry was prevented from signing the bill before the end of the legislature's first special session on June 25 because of the actions of a nearly lawless pro-abortion mob at the State Capitol.

A similar mob threatened proceedings on July 12, with Texas State troopers hauling away several unruly pro-abortion screamers who attempted to disrupt the debate. The Senate's Republican majority finally passed the bill just before midnight, with all but one Democrat casting their votes against the commonsense mother-and-child protection measure.

“Today the Texas Legislature took its final step in our historic effort to protect life,” announced Gov. Perry, who vowed to quickly sign the bill into law. “This legislation builds on the strong and unwavering commitment we have made to defend life and protect women's health.”


Pro-Life Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott Running for Governor

Posted July 15, 2013

Pro-life Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott made it official today, saying he will run for governor and seek the GOP nomination to replace pro-life Governor Rick Perry, who is not planning to run again next year.

Prior to assuming the office of attorney general, Abbott was a justice on the Texas Supreme Court and was appointed by former Texas governor and President George W. Bush.

“When it comes to our freedom and our future, I will never – I will never stop fighting,” he said during an announcement in San Antonio.


A Changing of the Guard in Texas: Greg Abbott for Governor

Posted July 15, 2013

Today in San Antonio the biggest handoff in the Lone Star State since 2001 is taking place. Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott is announcing his 2014 run for Governor.

After his 2000 presidential victory, Texas Governor George W. Bush passed the reins to Rick Perry, a man who has taken the Texas Governor’s office from one of the weaker positions in the country to one of the strongest. As Rick Perry rides off into the sunset next year, the man who may be the most pivotal Attorney General in recent Texas history, Greg Abbott is stepping into the saddle in the race for Governor of the Lone Star State.

Attorney General Abbott has become an expert at challenging the Obama administration, filing suit against this regime to fight for the liberties of Texans and the rest of America as well. He has battled Obama’s over-reaching EPA whose war on fossil fuels could ruin not only the strong Texas economy, but that of other key energy producing states as well. The states that are helping to bring our economy back from the brink.

Abbott fought against Obamacare, filing suit against the law the day it was signed by the President. He has held Washington’s feet to the fire to protect the Second Amendment rights that we all hold so dear, especially in the face of a government whose menacing grip becomes tighter by the day.


Second Amendment Revoked: The Unbelievable Reason Why This Army Vet Can’t Own a Gun

Posted July 12, 2013

An Army veteran in Texas is fighting for his Second Amendment rights after learning that a misdemeanor pot conviction from 1971 has disqualified him from ever owning a gun.

Ron Kelly, who retired from the Army in 1993 after 20 years of service, was recently turned away when he tried to buy a .22-cal rifle at a Wal-Mart in Tomball, Texas, after a computerized background check flagged the 42-year-old arrest. The story was on the front page of the Houston Chronicle on Wednesday.

Kelly said he had forgotten about his minor pot violation from high school — the federal government, on the other hand, has not.

The Army vet spent one night in jail and was given one year of probation. Though he didn’t realize it at the time, he was also apparently stripped of his Second Amendment rights for a lifetime.



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