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In Search of Ronald Reagan 2.0

Ronald Reagan has been called, in recent times, the patriarch of the Republican Party and ever since he left office in January of 1989, a search has been on for someone to continue in his footsteps.  This search has left many people disappointed over time because there hasn’t been another GOP nominee like him. Many had high hopes for George ...

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The Country Needs a Plan for Growth and Texas Has the Answers

The Lone Star State is a symbol of success for free-market policy. Austin Local Me reported in May that Texas created more jobs than the eight other states that created any jobs at all combined according to Bureau of Labor Statistics. Nine states, including Texas, had more jobs in March 2011 than in that month five years earlier. And Texas’ gains ...

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Texans vs TSA

As a citizen of Texas I was quite proud to hear that the Texas Legislature would be voting on a bill that  would make TSA pat-downs a felony. I was equally outraged when the bill did not pass. To quote my colleague from an article just a little more than a month ago: “Simpson’s bill has now been approved in ...

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Governor Scott Warns Governor Rick Perry- We Will be #1 .

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MAY 19, 2011 Press release Governor Scott Warns Governor Perry: Watch Your Back! Florida Is Coming for That No. 1 Spot Tallahassee, Fla. – Governor Rick Scott warned Texas Governor Rick Perry not to get too comfortable as the No. 1 business friendly state. While our state moved up three places from last year’s survey of CEOs, ...

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Rick Perry: 2012 Presidential Profile

Personal Information James Richard “Rick” Perry , a fifth generation Texan, was born March 4, 1950 in Paint Creek, Texas, to Joseph and Amelia Perry. Family Married to his childhood sweetheart, Anita, who he’s known since elementary school. They have two children. Education 1968- Graduated from Paint Creek High School 1972- Graduated from Texas A&M with a degree in Animal Science On His ...

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Texas Allows Students to Defend Themselves

The Guardian.uk reported a story on Texas’ allowing students to defend themselves from thugs, rapists and psychos like the one that killed 32 students at Virginia Tech. Imagine if just one of those students had a self-defense weapon. University administrators strongly opposed the measure that the Texas State House passed. It is likely that they fought against it not out ...

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CPAC 2011 Rocks on Day 2

Many big name conservative stars hit the stage for day 2 at the Conservative political Action Conference of 2011. With the rowdy applause and cheering reminiscent of a 70’s rock concert, the enthusiasm was pumped up to incredible levels by a wide variety of solid, hard-hitting, Patriotic speeches. While the messages contained the basic conservative Teaparty theme of smaller, more accountable government, less taxes ...

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Governor Rick Perry Says Obama Taking U.S. To Socialism

The Governor of Texas has now said publicly what many have believed for months.  In a speech in Midland, Tx, Perry stated, “This is an administration hell-bent on taking America towards a socialist country”.  Well, no duh. Find more videos like this on Mywesttexas Chatte

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