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  • Op-Ed: The United States of TEXAS

    Op-Ed: The United States of TEXAS

    By Wilbur Witt Governor Perry went to Japan this week, and he gave a speech which began with, "Texas is not a nation." What is a nation? The definition has been refined until nations look like the serving line at McDonalds. With well defined borders, except when it comes to… Read More »
  • Feds Punish Business For Engaging In ‘Citizenship-Discrimination’

    Feds Punish Business For Engaging In ‘Citizenship-Discrimination’

    Photo: The Daily Caller  A Texas catering business will pay the United States $26,400 for engaging in “citizenship-discrimination,” as part of a settlement with the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Culinaire International unlawfully discriminated against employees based on their citizenship status, the Justice Department claimed, because it required non-citizen employees to… Read More »
  • More Restaurants Say Guns and Butter Don’t Mix

    More Restaurants Say Guns and Butter Don’t Mix

    Photo courtesy of Yahoo Finance What Happened: An increasing number of fast-casual restaurants and retail outlets are “respectfully” asking patrons to leave their guns at home when they dine. Panera Bread, with its 1,800 bakery-cafes spread across 45 states and Canada, is the latest to join this gun-free dining effort.… Read More »
  • Armed citizen militias build up along US-Mexico border

    Armed citizen militias build up along US-Mexico border

    Photo: Reuters/Rick Wilking Armed militias continue to patrol the United States-Mexico border seeking to repel any migration north, but critics warn that these self-styled ‘freedom defenders’ lingering on private land represent a powder keg that could have “disastrous” consequences. Near Brownsville, Texas, a group of private citizens simply known as the… Read More »
  • Minutemen militia recruiting 3,500 volunteers to patrol US border

    Minutemen militia recruiting 3,500 volunteers to patrol US border

    Photo: Reuters/Edgard Garrido The co-founder of an organization composed of armed Americans adamantly opposed to illegal immigration says he plans to recruit as many as 3,500 volunteers to participate in a massive border fortification next year. Minutemen Project co-founder Jim Gilchrist announced earlier this month that he has begun planning for… Read More »
  • Op-Ed: E-mail I sent to Governor Perry this morning.

    Op-Ed: E-mail I sent to Governor Perry this morning.

    By Wolf Seinfein Dear Governor Perry, now that you a fellow Texan have become a victim of The Socialist Democratic Party North American Union, anti Constitutional Gun control agenda, maybe kind sir you will take a few minutes to reflect on U.S. and Texas History and Law in regards to the… Read More »
  • Mexican president disagrees with Texas’ guard deployment

    Mexican president disagrees with Texas’ guard deployment

    Photo: Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto // Source: mgnonline.com MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says Texas' decision to deploy National Guard troops along the border is "unpleasant" and "reprehensible." Last month's deployment had previously drawn Mexico's ire. It says the border should not be militarized and issues… Read More »
  • Who’s Behind the Push to Give Illegal Aliens Driver’s Licenses…in Texas?

    Who’s Behind the Push to Give Illegal Aliens Driver’s Licenses…in Texas?

    Photo by Cooper Neill Earlier this week, the left-leaning Austin American-Statesman editorialized that it’s time that Texas establish driver’s licences for illegal aliens. In the editorial, the paper calls for Texas to join the 11 states plus the District of Columbia in granting driver’s licenses to those who are in the state illegally. This… Read More »
  • EXCLUSIVE: FEDS FIND ANTI-ISRAEL AND PRO-PALESTINE 9/11 MESSAGE TO AMERICA ON BORDER FENCE

    EXCLUSIVE: FEDS FIND ANTI-ISRAEL AND PRO-PALESTINE 9/11 MESSAGE TO AMERICA ON BORDER FENCE

    Photo: BreitbartTX NOGALES, Arizona -- On September 11, 2014, individuals or a group in Mexico hung a message to America over the U.S.-Mexico border wall condemning American support for Israel and declaring support for Palestine. U.S. federal agents discovered the banner draped over the primary border fence in Arizona’s Yuma… Read More »
  • Border Patrol agent dies in 2-vehicle crash

    Border Patrol agent dies in 2-vehicle crash

    Photo Screen Shot from KSAT News Story Agent Tyler Robledo was on-duty; other driver also killed DEL RIO, Texas - A U.S. Border Patrol Agent was killed in a two-vehicle collision while on duty near Carrizo Springs early Friday. According to Border Patrol officials, Robledo, 34, was involved in a head-on… Read More »
  • EDUCATION COMMISSIONER VIES FOR $30 MILLION IN CONTEST THAT WILL BRING OBAMA’S UNIVERSAL PRE-K INTO TEXAS

    EDUCATION COMMISSIONER VIES FOR $30 MILLION IN CONTEST THAT WILL BRING OBAMA’S UNIVERSAL PRE-K INTO TEXAS

    Photo: AP File DALLAS, Texas -- Texas Education Commissioner Michael Williams notified the U.S. Department of Education that the Texas Education Agency (TEA) will submit an application for a federal preschool expansion grant that is part of the Obama Administration's Pre-K for All program, the Texas Education Agency (TEA) announced in a… Read More »
  • New crime invented for Hall: assisted guesswork

    New crime invented for Hall: assisted guesswork

    AP file photo The Rusty Hardin report on University of Texas regent Wallace Hall is 187 pages of relentless mendacity. It’s so dishonest, I wouldn’t even trust its commas. I had the displeasure of wading back into this half-million dollar pile of half-truths after the Travis County District Attorney’s office announced a grand… Read More »
  • FreedomWorks Endorses Scott Turner for Texas House Speaker

    FreedomWorks Endorses Scott Turner for Texas House Speaker

    Photo: FreedomWorks.org Washington, DC- FreedomWorks announced its endorsement today of Scott Turner for Speaker of the Texas House of Representatives. Turner is taking on Democrat-elected Speaker Joe Straus. FreedomWorks President Matt Kibbe commented, “Joe Straus was put into office by Democrats, and he has voted with the Democrats to raise… Read More »
  • A Vision For Alamo Plaza

    A Vision For Alamo Plaza

    Photo Courtesy of Alamo Plaza Restoration Project It is one thing to talk about what changes should be made but it is another thing to envision it. We would like to share with you a glimpse of a future Alamo Plaza that can be possible with your support. Documentary filmmaker… Read More »
  • Texas nationalists see hope in possible Scottish secession

    Texas nationalists see hope in possible Scottish secession

    Photo By ANDY BUCHANAN/AFP/Getty Images SAN ANTONIO — Texas nationalists are awaiting Scotland's pending vote on seceding from the United Kingdom in the hopes it could happen in Texas. Scottish voters will hit the polls Thursday to decide whether to break long-standing ties with the United Kingdom, which currently contains Scotland, England, Wales… Read More »
  • TEXAS TEA PARTY LEADERS RELEASE PLAN TO SECURE BORDER, CRITICIZE PERRY

    TEXAS TEA PARTY LEADERS RELEASE PLAN TO SECURE BORDER, CRITICIZE PERRY

    Photo courtesy of BreitbartTX AUSTIN, Texas — Thursday at the Texas Capitol, a group of grassroots tea party activists gathered for a press conference to share the “Texas Border Crisis Action Plan” they had created after years of frustration with a government that they characterized as “criminally negligent in their… Read More »
  • Feds Punish Business For Engaging In ‘Citizenship-Discrimination’

    Feds Punish Business For Engaging In ‘Citizenship-Discrimination’

    View Source : pocketfullofliberty.com A Texas catering business will pay the United States $26,400 for engaging in “citizenship-discrimination,” as part of a settlement with the Justice Department announced Tuesday. Culinaire International unlawfully discriminated against employees based on their citizenship status, the Justice Department claimed, because it required non-citizen employees to… Read More »
  • DEPORTATIONS DOWN 20 PERCENT, FEWEST SINCE 2007

    DEPORTATIONS DOWN 20 PERCENT, FEWEST SINCE 2007

    AP Photo/Eric Gay WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama has quietly slowed deportations by nearly 20 percent while delaying plans to act on his own potentially to shield millions of immigrants from expulsion. The Homeland Security Department is on pace to remove the fewest number of immigrants since 2007, according… Read More »
  • Militia Threatens to Block Traffic at International Bridges

    Militia Threatens to Block Traffic at International Bridges

    Photo: KRGV.com McALLEN - Law enforcement officials and city leaders from across the Rio Grande Valley are preparing for what they say could result in tense moments or violence. Officials say they received word that members of a militia are threatening to block ports of entry. In Starr County, international… Read More »
  • Election monitor argues strict photo ID laws won’t oppress transgender voters

    Election monitor argues strict photo ID laws won’t oppress transgender voters

    Photo: AP File  CULLMAN, Ala. — A voter integrity watchdog says a study arguing transgender voters could be disenfranchised by strict voter ID laws is overblown. The Williams Institute at the UCLA School of Law released a report this week saying about 24,000 transgender voters in 10 states with government-issued photo ID… Read More »
  • Scotland Is Paving The Way For Texas Independence

    Scotland Is Paving The Way For Texas Independence

    Photo courtesy of Texnat.org Have you wondered why the media on this side of the pond is relatively quiet in regards to Scotland’s upcoming referendum on independence? It is because those in power, sitting in lofty places, know that secession can be contagious. Look at what happened when the southern… Read More »
  • Headless body found floating in W. Houston canal

    Headless body found floating in W. Houston canal

    Photo: KHOU HOUSTON -- Homicide detectives said a headless body was found floating in a canal along Hammerly in west Houston. According to the Houston Police Department, the discovery was made during the day Monday west of Beltway 8 and just north of I-10. Investigators said it wasn't clear how… Read More »
  • Op-Ed: Little Red Riding Republican

    Op-Ed: Little Red Riding Republican

    By Wilbur Witt: an author and frequent contributor to RER. The children gathered round, their little faces glowing in the light from the fireplace, "Tell us a story, PaPa!" "What kind of story would you like?" "Something relevant," the little girl said. "Yes," the four boys chimed in, "Relevant! Relevant!" The… Read More »