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Update on Texas Special Session

Posted by on Aug 4, 2017 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Update on Texas Special Session

With only 2 weeks left to the Special Session, it is obvious that the Texas State House is not interested in passing the legislation that the Governor wanted to be passed, they are moving at what the Dallas Morning News calls a slower pace. Like the United States Senate, the House in Texas is obstructing legislation they don’t like. Here is where the legislation stands as of the 4th of August.  Sunset Legislation – passed by both houses, State Senate and House. Teacher pay – Senate passed a measure to give raises to teachers, the...

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What harm do Sanctuary Cities do?

Posted by on Jul 23, 2017 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on What harm do Sanctuary Cities do?

There have been a great deal of protests of Mayors as well as the Government of California in regard to becoming Sanctuary Cities or again California “Sanctuary State” fighting against the Federal Government. While in Texas the State Government wants to end Sanctuary City policies. These Mayors, Police Chiefs and some Sheriff’s who say that there are many people in their cities who are illegally here and they are afraid to come forward to report crimes unless they know that they will not be arrested and deported. In the case of...

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Is your Horse in the Race?

Posted by on Jul 20, 2017 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Is your Horse in the Race?

Freedom of Expression and Speech are fundamental rights along with others put forth and protected by the founding documents of our great country. The first Congress met in 1791 and ratified The Constitution along with the Bill of Rights including the 1st amendment addressing Freedom of Speech.  “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the...

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July 18 Special Session Texas Legislature

Posted by on Jul 18, 2017 in Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on July 18 Special Session Texas Legislature

Today July 18th is the official start of the special session called by our governor Greg Abbott to complete the business that the House of Representatives simply refused to complete in the regular session. Special session agenda items will include: Sunset legislation Teacher pay increase of $1,000 Administrative flexibility in teacher hiring and retention practices School finance reform commission School choice for special needs students Property tax reform Caps on state and local spending Preventing cities from regulating what...

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Posted by on Jul 17, 2017 in Chairman's Corner, Featured, Guest Writers | Comments Off on PROPERTY TAXES

Who has the ownership of your personal property? The community, town, city or municipality in which you reside? Is it the independent school district (ISD)? Or is it the county? Or maybe the state of Texas itself? The typical reaction people have is, “I own my house.” Or, “I own my land.” But is this the actual case? Jackie, my wife, and I have resided in Weatherford for the past eleven years. We built a 1648 square foot residence with three bedrooms and two bathrooms on a subdivision lot which is roughly 75′ x...

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Election Reform

Posted by on Jun 23, 2017 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on Election Reform

The Constitution Party of Texas is working to bring our government back into the hands of the people. Our nation was founded on the principle that the government is of, by and for the people. We do not have a King, Emperor or other form of dictatorship, our legislature is not made up of Lords and Ladies as is the House of Lords in England. Instead it is made up of people who are supposed to be citizen legislators. In other words, the Senators and Representatives in Washington D. C. are not above us. They should know they are responsible to the...

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Gary Welch – The Three Pillars

Posted by on May 27, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Gary Welch – The Three Pillars

Today we get to talk with Gary Welch. Gary is a communications expert and currently serves as the National Communications Director for the Constitution Party. He shares with us “The Three Pillars” of how to win elections. Recently, I read this on Facebook: “Republican Party in Washington DC, We The People didn’t elect you to be bipartisan. We want things done or we will vote you out, I PROMISE!” The sad truth is it’s far easier said than done. What’s a voter supposed to do? Listen to learn how to make it happen.   Podcast:...

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Posted by on May 16, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Money

If the housing market in the St. Louis area is any indication, we’re on a roll! Listen to our show today with Financial Expert, Doug Tjaden, to learn more about our economy than you will hear anywhere else! Doug explains to us what is going on and what we can do to protect our assets both now in the future. What do you think is the best way to safeguard yourself and your family if there is an economic collapse? On this episode, we interview Doug Tjaden. Doug is an expert on monetary reform and co-leads the public policy group on monetary...

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Darrell Castle – Supreme Court

Posted by on Apr 11, 2017 in Cynthia Davis, Guest Writers | Comments Off on Darrell Castle – Supreme Court

Our guest is Darrell Castle, Constitution Party Presidential nominee in 2016. Darrell is the premier legal expert on all things Constitutional. On our show today, we explain how the senate makes decisions on who to confirm, what’s happening around the world and how to navigate through the potholes of government. You will leave with a fresh perspective to give you hope and encouragement on how to understand the events in the world taking place today. Podcast: Play in new window |...

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Who Makes The Law Of The Land

Posted by on Mar 29, 2017 in Guest Writers | Comments Off on Who Makes The Law Of The Land

By Jacob N. Schulz [NOTE: Jacob Schulz is an 8th-grade homeschooled student interested in American government. He will be giving this speech at the 4-H communication arts contest.] How many of you believe that Congress makes the laws of our land? How many of you believe presidential executive orders are also the law of our land? How many of you believe the Supreme court’s decisions are the law of our land? n the United States Constitution our founding fathers gave the American people a government of checks and balances–a government of...

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