Tag Archives: Governor Rick Perry

Statement by Gov. Perry on President Obama’s Executive Actions



Wednesday, January 16, 2013  •  Austin, Texas
Press Release
Gov. Rick Perry released the following statement regarding President Obama’s executive actions:

“The Vice President’s committee was appointed in response to the tragedy at Newtown, but very few of his recommendations have anything to do with what happened there.

“Guns require a finger to pull the trigger. The sad young man who did that in Newtown was clearly haunted by demons and no gun law could have saved the children in Sandy Hook Elementary from his terror.

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Arne Duncan Can’t Quite Explain Why He’s Dissing Texas

School of Thought

By Andrew J. Rotherham Friday, Aug. 19, 2011

U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, left, says the Texas school system “has really struggled” under Governor Rick Perry. Why is Arne Duncan messing with Texas? I asked the Secretary of Education about this a few hours after he injected himself into the presidential-election scrum. Continue reading →

Why I’m Running

Governor Rick Perry

What I learned in my 20’s traveling the globe as an Air Force pilot, our current president has yet to acknowledge in his 50’s – that we are the most exceptional nation on the face of the earth.

As Americans, we believe freedom is a gift from God, and government’s prime function is to defend it.  We don’t see the role of government as a nanny state, and we recognize there is no government money that wasn’t once earned through the sweat and toil of private citizens. Continue reading →

Texas’ Perry, with eye on 2012, makes Calif. swing

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Texas Gov. Rick Perry will swing through California this week for private meetings with Republican leaders, potential fundraisers and legislators that will stoke speculation that he plans to enter the 2012 Republican presidential contest.

Perry is scheduled to hold a closed-door event Thursday morning with business leaders in Beverly Hills, a city known as a rich source of campaign dollars. He then heads to Newport Beach in Orange County, where he will meet privately with Republican officials. Continue reading →

Why It Will Be President Perry in 2013

Current Texas Governor Rick Perry will, in all likelihood, be President of the United States in January of 2013.
Having already said that on Fox News and the nationally syndicated Mancow Radio Experience, I guess it’s time for me to now put into print what I see forming in front of me.
So I did.
I did this in December 2006 too. I was the first pundit to predict that Barack Obama would be President, and I said that would be especially true if John McCain were his opponent. Continue reading →

Meet 43rd District Judge Trey Loftin

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Last day to secure your room in the 2011 Texas Inaugural hotel block

2011 Texas Inaugural Media Alert
Today is the last day to secure your room in the 2011 Texas Inaugural hotel block, so reserve your room today!
This just in…Texas based musicians Clay Walker, Pat Green, Eli Young Band and special guest Bonnie Bishop will perform at the Evening Inaugural Celebration on January 18 at 7:30 p.m. at the Palmer Events Center. You can click here to buy your Evening Inaugural Celebration tickets

The swearing-in ceremony for Gov. Perry and Lt. Gov. Dewhurst, at 11 a.m. on the South steps of the Capitol, is free and open to the public. The BBQ lunch, which will be served on the southwest grounds of the Capitol at about 12:15 p.m., is also free, but you must register for your tickets on the 2011 Texas Inaugural website.

We look forward to seeing you on January 18th.
Texas: Where Opportunity Still Looms Large.

The enemy of my enemy is my friend

by Lenny Leatherman


“The enemy of my enemy is my friend” is an ancient Arabian proverb that I believe may benefit those who supported a candidate who did not succeed in the 2010 Primary Election.

I recently saw a blog post that said, “If you are not supporting Perry, you are not opposing White – a liberal supporter of abortion on demand, gay marriage, sanctuary city for aliens, cap & trade, and gun control.”

I believe that is a powerful statement. If you really believe the things you say you do, how can you refuse to support Governor Rick Perry?  Your standards are not what you say they are; they’re what you demonstrate by your actions.

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