How much socialism

Charles Spurgeon

The Constitution forbids government intrusion into a man’s reasoned convictions.

Why then should government act on his behalf, and without his consent, by giving his tax dollars to non-governmental nonprofit organizations to which he objects?

If he refuses to pay taxes, his property is seized. Therefore one cannot deny he is forced to support non-governmental entities that may be in opposition to his deeply held convictions.

If you believe a non-profit entity should be supported, write a check. But do not force your neighbor to participate in the support an organization that may act in opposition to his deeply held convictions.

Example: Your local government may think it is a good idea to support Planned Parenthood.  If government is forbidden from intruding into your deeply held convictions, should it be acceptable to support Planned Parenthood with your taxes, a “non-profit” to which you may find deeply offensive?

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Economic Warfare and Financial Terrorism

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Kevin D. Freeman

Kevin D. Freeman

Why the Federal Government’s Fiscal (and other) Failures Put Texas at Risk and What We Should Do About It


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

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Parker County Cowboy Church
5050 FM5, Aledo, TX 76008


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More on “City cuts nonprofit support in half”

Councilman Kevin Cleveland Finally…. Weatherford …

” I would suggest that all of you go look at what each of these “Official” Non-Profits do within your community….”

“Contradictions do not exist. Whenever you think that you are facing a contradiction,
check your premises. You will find that one of them is wrong.”
Ayn Rand

Funding for these, and myriad of other programs, is not a proper function of government, at any level. Funding should be derived from voluntary donations , fund drives etc , NOT from the public treasury.

Charity is not “charity” when it is derived by compulsion from the taxpayers

“The real destroyer of the liberties of the people is he who spreads among them bounties, donations and benefits”
Plutarch (Roman Philosopher and Statesman)

“The same prudence which in private life would forbid our paying our own money for unexplained projects, forbids it in the dispensation of the public moneys.”
–Thomas Jefferson

“There is no worse tyranny than to force a man to pay for what he does not want
merely because you think it would be good for him.”
– Robert Heinlein

City cuts nonprofit support in half

Councilman Kevin Cleveland

Councilman Kevin Cleveland

Finally…. Weatherford elects a man who votes with tax payers in mind! Our thanks to Councilman Kevin Cleveland, who understands the proper use of taxes, made a motion to cut funding for nonprofit organizations.

Does it make sense to anyone, that some on Weatherford’s city council would be talking about raising taxes, and giving tax dollars away to unofficial nonprofit organizations at the same time?

Without naming names, it is easy to pick out one of these geniuses by reading the Weatherford Democrat article below.

Thank you Councilman Kevin Cleveland for standing on conservative principles!

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On Israeli TV, Hillary makes the choice for Trump clearer than ever

The Jerusalem Post, by David Friedman, 9/11/2016 –

Hillary Clinton. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Hillary Clinton. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Hillary Clinton appeared on Channel 2 News late last week. She had the opportunity, once and for all, to distance herself from the views of Max Blumenthal, George Soros and her other far-left anti-Israel supporters, and to offer a change of course from President Barack Obama. Needless to say, she didn’t.

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The Flight 93 Election

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2016 is the Flight 93 election: charge the cockpit or you die. You may die anyway. You—or the leader of your party—may make it into the cockpit and not know how to fly or land the plane. There are no guarantees.

Except one: if you don’t try, death is certain. To compound the metaphor: a Hillary Clinton presidency is Russian Roulette with a semi-auto. With Trump, at least you can spin the cylinder and take your chances.

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Why a Nurse and a Pastor Object to Being Forced to Help Abort Babies

The Daily Signal,Leah Jessen / / September 04, 2016

Fe Vinoya says she became a nurse to help others, not to do harm. She supports legislation protecting her and others from being forced to take part in abortions. (Photo: Alliance Defending Freedom)

A pastor and a nurse want Congress to pass legislation that would allow Americans the freedom to opt out of the abortion process.

Chris Lewis, lead pastor of Foothill Church in Glendora, California, says his congregation doesn’t want to be coerced into covering abortions on employee health insurance plans.

But that is exactly what the state of California is doing, Lewis told The Daily Signal in a phone interview.

Lewis said it is “shocking” that the state Department of Managed Health Care would force his 1,000-member church, against its deeply held religious convictions, to cover abortion in the health plans of roughly 100 employees.

“We’re stuck in this horrible place,” Lewis told The Daily Signal. “We’re essentially being coerced by the state to violate our conscience.”

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TPPF Files Lawsuit to Halt EPA Violation of Clean Air Act


Texas Public Policy Foundation,  by Caroline Espinosa

AUSTIN – The Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF), through its litigation Center for the American Future, filed a lawsuit challenging the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) approval of standards issued by the Air Resources Board for tractors, excavators, and other nonroad vehicles. The case, Dalton Trucking v. EPA, was filed Tuesday with the 9th Circuit federal appellate court in San Francisco. The petitioners argue that EPA violated the Clean Air Act by rubber-stamping California’s stringent standards without inquiring whether those standards were actually needed to protect the health and welfare of California residents, as required by the Act.

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The Armed Citizen

NRA’s American Rifleman, August, 2016

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August 1st, 2016 –

When a serial armed robber was on the loose in Indiana, just the threat of being shot by a targeted victim was enough to bring his spree to an end. The robbery suspect accosted a woman and flashed a gun at her. Instead of cowering in fear, she pulled out her own concealed handgun, and he turned and ran away. Police caught the fleeing suspect and ended up linking him to a string of break-ins and robberies in the area. The suspect was arrested and charged in connection with possession of a stolen handgun, possession of stolen property and other related crimes. (Fox59, Kokomo, IN, 5/17/16)

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7.62×39 vs. .300 Blackout

 by Aaron Carter – Wednesday, November 18, 2015

7.62x39 vs. .300 Blackout