7.62×39 vs. .300 Blackout

 by Aaron Carter – Wednesday, November 18, 2015

7.62x39 vs. .300 Blackout

Retailer’s ‘brilliant marketing strategy’ backfiring

From OneNewsNow.com, Chris Woodward, Jody Brown, 08/17/16 –

Target signA financial expert argues that regardless what Target says, the four-month-long boycott of the retailer by a pro-family group is at least part of the reason the company’s revenue has dropped more than a billion dollars in the last quarter.

Target reported today it has cut its profit and comparable-store sales outlook amid stiffer competition and its own stumbles in areas like grocery sales. The discounter’s second-quarter net income fell nearly 10 percent, though that was better than what most had expected.

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Saving Election Integrity in Texas – All Hands on Deck

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Contact Dr. Laura Pressley at LauraPresley@StartMail.com

Election Integrity is the most incredibly powerful issue because it brings together people from all walks of life that would normally never agree, let alone even consider eating lunch together.  Texas is a bastion for the rule of law and a strong-hold for legal accountability.  Fortunately for Texans, our election statutes originate in our state Constitution Article 6, Section 4:

 “In all elections by the people, the vote shall be by ballot, and the Legislature shall

provide for the numbering of tickets and make such other regulations as may be

necessary to detect and punish fraud and preserve the purity of the ballot box…”

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Report: Minorities, mentally ill and drug users populate Tarrant jail

Fort Worth Star-Telegram, by Mitch Michell, 08/13/2016 –

New report concludes Tarrant County jail operations need work

Tarrant County's Lon Evans Corrections Center

Tarrant County’s Lon Evans Corrections Center

FORT WORTH

Its always FUN to spend other peoples money

Ross Kecseg “Local Government Threaten Texas Prosperity: Property Taxes, Debt, Forced Annexation. Learn what citizens can do …

“……….Learn what citizens can do about it! ”

They can start by reelecting NO ONE and send a clear mandate that the ‘back room’ deals and business as usual is O-V-E-R.

has anyone seen the so-called local ” TEA Party” of late ?

You will never reform corrupt county judges, commissioners, mayors, state reps and senators – they are part-and-parcel of the system which is destroying the working man, blue collar, and entreprenural class.

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Local Government Threatens Texas Prosperity

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Ross Kecseg

Ross Kecseg

“Local Government Threaten Texas Prosperity:
Property Taxes, Debt, Forced Annexation.
Learn what citizens can do about it!”

Come alone or invite your friends and enjoy a fun evening with like-minded conservatives.

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Property taxes trigger ‘growing social crisis in Texas’

From Watchdog.org, By , August 4, 2016

Watchdog.org photo UNMOVED: While local politicians tout “no increase” in property tax rates, Texas property taxes have more than doubled over the past 13 years, rising 63 percent faster than population and inflation combined, according to the nonpartisan Tax Foundation.

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UNMOVED: While local politicians tout “no increase” in property tax rates, Texas property taxes have more than doubled over the past 13 years, rising 63 percent faster than population and inflation combined, according to the nonpartisan Tax Foundation.

 

A Texas lawmaker is calling local politicians to account for their persistent assertions that steady tax rates mean flat property tax bills.

“That’s simply not true,” said state Sen. Paul Bettencourt, R-Houston.

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Trump is correct

US immigration legislation online

1952 Immigration and Nationality Act, a.k.a. the McCarran-Walter Act (An act to revise the laws relating to immigration, naturalization, and nationality; and for other purposes)

H.R. 13342; Pub.L. 414; 182 Stat. 66.

82nd Congress; June 27, 1952.

You can find the full text of this law here or download the PDF.

SUMMARY

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Commissioners Court releases 2016-2017 budget

By Daily Post, August 3, 2016 –

Parker County Commissioner’s Court met for a special session Monday morning.
During that session, the court heard a review of the county judge’s 2016-17 proposed budget, which is a net decrease of $83,455 in total property tax revenue collected compared to the 2015-16 adopted budget.

To see the full proposed budget, go to

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She was alert and responsive in hospice, but couldn’t get anything to eat

From LifeSiteNews.comLisa Bourne Follow Lisa, Aug 2, 2016 –

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PHILADELPHIA, August 2, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) – A Philadelphia woman was put into hospice without medical basis and then while there was purposefully deprived of nutrition in a case underscoring the dangers today for the medically vulnerable.

A hospital utilization committee determined the woman would be transferred from a local hospital to hospice, an attorney in the case told LifeSiteNews, and this was done at a point in time when it was medically impossible to determine the level to which she could recover.

Utilization review (UR), or utilization management (UM), is a healthcare concept intended to reduce unnecessary hospital admissions and to control the length of stay for inpatients for the purpose of managing cost.

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