Category Archives: Parker County Issues

The .50-cal. Browning Machine Gun—The Gun That Won The War

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John M. Browning was a historic figure whose guns started the first World War and helped end the second. In 1914, Serbian nationalist Gavrilo Princip used a Browning-designed FN Model 1910 to assassinate Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand, inciting the Great War. And though Browning died in 1926, he provided his nation with nearly all its World War II machine guns, its automatic rifle and its foremost sidearm. But he did something even grander. Browning’s magnificent M2 machine gun—chambered in the .50 Browning Machine Gun (BMG) cartridge—gave America and her allies the priceless gift of global air superiority. Nothing else came close.

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Nine Causes of Scientific Decline in American Academia

American Thinker

By Leo Goldstein, February 25, 2017

People frequently write about academic political bias but rarely about the degradation of academic scientific capacities. Nevertheless, the signs of this degradation are everywhere. One example is embracing the pseudo-science of climate alarmism. The degree of enthusiasm has varied from Caltech’s tacit approval to the full-throat fervor of Harvard University president Dr. Drew Gilpin Faust. Another sign is a chronic failure of the $300 billion-dollar-a-year post-secondary educational system to produce enough computer specialists. Lastly, there’s the academia’s failure to distance itself from the Union of Concerned Scientists (Disclosure: the author has a pending lawsuit against the Union of Concerned Scientists, the Ford Foundation and other defendants.) and the ongoing “Bill Nye the Science Guy” media hoax.

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Love for dogs and children makes people kinder

Andy Seliverstoff is a 58-year-old professional photographer from
St. Petersburg, Russia.
Andy Seliverstoff is a 58-year-old professional photographer from St. Petersburg, Russia.
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Parker County Conservatives to meet January 17th

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Tuesday, January 17th.

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A More American Conservatism


Dr. Larry P. Arnn

Dr. Larry P. Arnn

The following is adapted from a speech delivered on December 2, 2016, at Hillsdale College’s Allan P. Kirby, Jr. Center for Constitutional Studies and Citizenship in Washington, D.C.

The astonishing political campaign of 2016 involved much debate about whether Donald Trump is a conservative. He was not always facile with the lingo of conservatism, and he pointed out once that he was seeking the nomination of the Republican, not the conservative party. Yet there is a lot we can learn from him about conservatism.

What is conservatism? It is a derivative term: it refers to something outside itself. We cannot conserve the present or the future, and the past being full of contradiction, we cannot conserve it entire. In the past one finds heroism and villainy; justice and injustice; freedom and slavery. Things in the past are like things in the present: they must be judged. Conservative people know this if they have any sense.

What then makes them conservative?

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Texas schools pass debt on to the next generation

bond-debt-300x300Has anything relative to bond debt improved since the article below was published?

Sadly, the answer to that question is NO…

If you really care about the debt we are leaving our kids and grand kids, you should read the article below and start asking school board members some serious questions about bond debt and how it is structured.

If you look at our debt 20+ years from now, should the question be:

What are we doing for our kids?

OR

What are we doing to our kids?

After doing your own research you may come away with the satisfaction of knowing all is well, or, after learning more about Capitol Appreciation Bonds(CAB) you may be deeply troubled.

What questions should you be asking? After you read this article, I think you will know.

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Texans Demand Paper Backup Records for Early Voting

Texas Election Integrity at Risk

Early Voting Must Be Backed-up with Paper Tapes

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Texans Demand Paper Backup Records for Early Voting

Austin, Texas – October 24, 2016 – Early Voting results in Texas are at risk.  Texas laws require Early Voting paper backup records to prevent electronic  hacking of elections.  To the surprise of Texans, a bureaucrat in the Texas Secretary of State’s office has issued instructions to counties to ignore state election laws that require the printing of paper backup records for Early Voting.

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Texas Press Conference: Election Integrity For November Elections

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Proactively Ensuring Election Integrity in Texas

Austin, Texas – October 18, 2016 – There are serious election concerns in Texas related to the Texas Secretary of State’s office issuing numerous 2016 administrative waivers which encourage counties to ignore state election laws related to paper backup records and audits for counties utilizing both paper ballots and direct recording electronic voting machines (DRE’s). These waivers place the integrity of the November elections at risk.

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Texas Election Fraud Revealed

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Parker County Conservatives

Tuesday October 18 Meeting

6:00-6:45 PM Social

6:45-8:15 PM Meeting

Parker County Cowboy Church

5050 FM5, Aledo, TX 76008

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Welfare Check Turns to Arrest

Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler

                                             Parker County Sheriff Larry Fowler

by on September 30, 2016

PRESS RELEASE

Parker County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a woman Thursday evening who was found slumped over inside her vehicle, which was found parked in a travel lane of Ranger Highway, by passing motorists.

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