Chicago Anti-Second Amendment Politician Victim of Armed Robbery

Ammoland Inc. Posted on January 18, 2018 by Dean Weingarten

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Aaron Goldstein, above, is an ambitious Chicago politician and Progressive lawyer.
He was campaigning in his ward in Chicago when he and his crew were robbed at gunpoint by three young men. The robbery took place on Thursday afternoon, 11 January, 2018.

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Aledo ISD evaluating failed bond election

See ‘Aledo ISD evaluating failed bond election’ below

This is in no way a criticism of Michael Baselice. He did precisely what he was hired to do, and that is to show the Aledo ISD School Board why their November bond election was resoundingly defeated. I believe they already knew why it failed.

After reading this article, I have some questions:

Why was this survey conducted after the bond election and not before – If you do not want the truth don’t ask the question!

Lack of information and transparency – What reason could there possibly be?

I can think of only one reason for a lack of information and transparency; the intent to deceive! I suspect there was reason to believe that the bond proposals would fail if ALL pertinent information was made available to tax payers!

Property taxes – What percentage of those who voted for this bond proposal pay property taxes, and what percentage does not?

Lenny Leatherman

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 ALEDO HIGH SCHOOL
A survey commissioned by the Aledo Independent School District to examine the failure of its Nov. 2017 bond election revealed voters did not approve of the bond package based on concerns about the district’s debt, the impact on property taxes and a lack of information and transparency.

Michael Baselice, President & CEO of Baselice Associates, a public opinion research firm, presented the board with the results of the survey via conference call during a Thursday meeting.

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California, Poverty Capital

California Political Review, by Kerry Jackson, January 20, 2018

Never allow UNESCO, or the World Heritage Organization to have influence on what Texans do with their Alamo

Jerry Patterson
http://www.votepatterson.com 

Fellow Texan,
When it comes to the Alamo, the focus must be 1836.

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When asked, “Why not restore the Alamo to its 1836 appearance?”, George Skarmeas, Chief Planner of the General Land Office, always responded, “The events of 1836 were just 1 small chapter in 10,000 years of history.” How absurd.
The Alamo exists today solely because of what happened in 1836. Absent the siege, the iconic symbol of not just Texas liberty but also liberty everywhere would not exist.

We don’t need and shouldn’t seek advice or approval from any entity outside of Texas.

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Crossing the Line – Firearm Preemption Protection Under Attack

NRA-ILA, Friday, January 19, 2018

Crossing the Line – Firearm Preemption Protection Under Attack

Gun control groups are fond of describing preemption as a doctrine whereby a state has stripped local governments of their power to regulate guns. In fact, under established legal principles, localities are subordinate “creatures of state law,” with no inherent rights or powers other than what a state decides to delegate to them through statutes or charters. Although some local governments may be delegated an authority to regulate public safety and welfare (“police power”) as broad as that exercised by the granting state itself, this power retains its essential character as delegated authority and is limited both by the corporate boundaries of the locality and any restrictions on its exercise that may be imposed by the state. 

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Here’s how Gov. Abbott would limit property tax increases

Fort Worth Star-Telegram, by Anna M. Tinsley, January 17, 2018 

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ARLINGTON – Gov. Greg Abbott has a plan to give Texans long-sought property tax relief.

The key, said Abbott, who is seeking a second term in office, is putting a 2.5 percent revenue growth cap on property tax dollars collected by local taxing entities – cities, school districts and counties – unless voters approve a larger amount.

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The Armed Citizen

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January 12, 2018 –

Criminals might consider the elderly a vulnerable segment of society and easy victims to prey upon, but that wasn’t the case in Florida. When a would-be burglar tried breaking into the home of an 81-year-old, the homeowner turned the tables on him with a gun. The incident started when a stranger rang the doorbell of a New Smyrna Beach, Fla., home. The resident, not recognizing the visitor, declined to answer the door. A few minutes later, the citizen noticed the man on the porch was putting on white gloves. At that point, the senior citizen grabbed his personal protection handgun. When the outsider proceeded to break the glass of a first-floor window and reached in to unlock it, the older man fired several rounds, possibly grazing the suspect. Police were searching for the bad guy. (The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Daytona Beach, FL, 10/9/17)

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Alarmists Find New Excuse: Sea Levels Aren’t Rising Because ‘Ocean Bottom Deformation’

From Breitbart.com, by James Delingpole, 8 Jan 2018

Scientists in the Netherlands have found a new excuse as to why sea levels are stubbornly refusing to rise in line with Al Gore’s doomsday predictions: “ocean bottom deformation.”

Apparently, they claim in a study by Thomas Frederikse et al, the weight of the extra water caused by all those melting glaciers and icecaps is so great that it is causing the sea bed to sink.

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Fact Check: Did Republicans ‘Essentially’ Repeal Obamacare?

The Daily Caller, by David Sivak / /

President Donald Trump speaks on the South Lawn of the White House surrounded by Vice President Mike Pence (left) and Republican members of Congress after Congress passed the Republican-sponsored tax reform bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, in Washington, D.C., Dec. 20, 2017. (Photo: Alex Edelman/CNP/Sipa USA/Newscom)

President Donald Trump claimed the GOP tax bill that Congress passed Wednesday “essentially” repeals Obamacare.

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Monica Crowley on Why The Swamp Hates Donald Trump

Fox News’ contributor reveals why the ruling class is petrified at Restoration Weekend. 

Editor’s Note: Below are the video and transcript to remarks given by Monica Crowley at the David Horowitz Freedom Center’s 2017 Restoration Weekend. The event was held Nov. 16th-19th at the Breakers Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida.

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