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Well, today is the big day in Houston as Proposition 1, the Bathroom Ordinance (Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO)), is on the ballot for voters. After more than year of the tyrannical deception of the City of Houston and their lesbian mayor, Annise Parker, the people of Houston are finally

GOP candidate for President and Senator from Texas, Ted Cruz (R-TX) was a guest on Glenn Beck‘s internet TV show recently, discussing a host of issues surrounding his run for the White House. When the conversation turned to Climate Change, Cruz made some very interesting observations about the liberal climate

Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Fethullah Gülen are two Islamists who are globally known to be key figures with a grand dream to revive the Ottoman Empire. They needed to gain support from U.S. congress, especially lawmakers. So Gülen founded hundreds of charter schools across the United States and around the world and expanded

My favorite part of the CNBC GOP presidential debate had to be the way the GOP candidates stuck together against the biased, ‘low-blow’ nature of the questions that CNBC was tossing at them. Maybe this debate was just what the GOP race for president needed. Maybe now the conservative candidates

The top Committee on the Judiciary senators expressed surprise at recent reports that the IRS is using secret spy technology usually reserved for law enforcement to track cell phones. Now Sens. Chuck Grassley and Patrick Leahy have sent a letter of inquiry to Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew asking for an explanation. The Guardian

Once again, the party of treason is leading the fight not against those who are waging a holy war to destroy us, but against those who oppose jihad terror. The Hill reported that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) on Wednesday invoked his ancestors’ deaths in Holocaust concentration camps as he embraced

My Dad loves to tell the story of a man walking along the road who picked up a rattlesnake as an example of a life lesson. In case there are readers who have not heard the story, the short version goes like this. A man walking down the road on

The election of Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) as Speaker of the House is not a good thing. Those familiar with his very unconservative and unconstitutional views and voting record will recall how he was exposed in 2012 when he ran as a vice presidential candidate with Mitt Romney. However, his

More unconstitutional spending… more debt for Americans, their children and grandchildren that will never be able to be paid back. And all of this was led by Senate Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as the senate overcame a filibuster early Friday morning to pass a new budget deal that

You’ve heard the expression:  If you like sausage, you shouldn’t watch it being made. The same is true with legislation. The Senate Judiciary Committee recently passed a “Sentencing Reform” Bill by a whopping 15-5, and now, the Senate could vote on it at any time. Pro-Constitution Senators like Ted Cruz