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Texas Anti-Drone Legislation

February 9, 2013
Texas Anti-Drone Legislation

All around the nation it seems as if we are seeing a general awakening of the masses. A major portion of this can be seen in the calls for restrictions on drones being used here in these independent but United States of America. While it is certainly admirable, albeit a bit late to see so […]


Tags: Drone Laws, Drones, Police State
Posted in Mark Tipton, Texas Legislature, Texas Senate | 1 Comment »

Katy ISD Board Votes for Job Protection… for Administrators

March 21, 2012

 -Felicia Cravens, Contributing Writer   File this away under “This is How They Get Ya”… In the Spring of 2011 while the Texas Legislature struggled to balance the state budget, school districts across Texas afraid of budget cuts fired back; not solely with lobbying efforts, but also with dramatic scenes staged for the news.  For […]


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Conservative Index for Texas House 2010/2011

February 22, 2012

How many of you are enjoying having all the candidates at the meetings?  Aren’t they nice people?  And they all say they are conservatives!  Well, for the incumbents here is their report cards so you can ask them why they scored so low, or congratulate them on scoring so high.  Most of them you will […]


Tags: Conservative, report card, Texas Legislature
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New Texas Election Schedule

December 23, 2011

-Felicia Cravens   With Texas redistricting tied up and delayed with court challenges and other problems, a compromise was reached between the two major parties in Texas to make some significant changes to the electoral calendar for 2012.  Jared Woodfill, chairman of the Harris County Republican Party, sent out a message recently with some of […]


Tags: Elections, Redistricting
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Holding the Line for Smaller Government

November 11, 2011

    A year ago, as the tea party phenomenon was working up to a 2010 electoral landslide across the nation, one principle was foremost in the discussion: government is too big, at all levels, and it is costing us our future and our potential for prosperity. Even as much attention was concentrated on federal […]


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Texas and Tax Competition

October 28, 2011

Remember that little mess John Kerry got himself into over his yacht?  He had the yacht registered in Newport, Rhode Island, though he summers in Nantucket, Massachusetts.  When the Boston Herald discovered that Kerry was getting a tax break of around half a million dollars from this little trick, Kerry was embarrassed badly, and even […]


Tags: depreciation, economy, taxes, yacht tax
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