Category Archives: Texas Issues

Judge keeps guns out of Waller County courthouse

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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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Election Integrity in Doubt

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Election Integrity Legal Case Pending
in Texas Third Court of Appeals

Computerized voting machines have been operating for over a decade and Texans don’t trust them–and now we know why.  Dr. Laura Pressley’s historic election contest has uncovered electronic voting machine corruption errors, security breaches, missing back up tapes and no ballot images exist for a legal recount in Texas.

Pressley’s landmark election integrity legal case is currently pending in the Third Court of Appeals and a ruling could come any day.   Thank you to our supporters and contributors for investing their time and support so that honest and fair elections, that follow the letter of the law, happen in Travis County.

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TPPF Files Lawsuit to Halt EPA Violation of Clean Air Act

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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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Local Government Threatens Texas Prosperity

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

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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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Phil King Supporting Donald Trump

I’m supporting Donald Trump. I know he’s not perfect but he’s demonstrated at least three qualities that will make him a good president:

  1. He has strong leadership skills;
  2. He surrounds himself with competent advisors; and
  3. His core policy positions are sound.

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