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Police find men pushing car loaded with explosives in Mexico border city of Ciudad Juarez

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Police in the Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez say they have detained three men who were pushing a car laden with explosives.

The explosives included two tubes of ANFO, or ammonium nitrate-fuel oil, a potent explosive often used in industry. Officials say the explosives would have caused damage in a 40-yard (meter) radius had …… read more here. 

By Associated Press

TEXAS WANTS ITS GOLD BACK INSIDE THE STATE’S BORDERS

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Forget Fort Knox or the Federal Reserve. Texas has decided to start keeping its gold holdings within in its own borders. But what makes sense politically in such a sovereignty-loving place is creating a logistical conundrum.

Texas is the only state that owns an actual stockpile of gold, according to public sector and financial industry experts – not just gold futures or investment positions, but approximately 5,600 gold bars worth around $650 million. The holdings, stored at a ……. read more here.

BY WILL WEISSERT

Simpson endorses ending Marriage Licenses

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“teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly in the present age,”
Titus 2:12

David Simpson released the following statement today:

(Longview, TX) On Monday, House member and Texas State Senate candidate David Simpson announced that he is calling on Governor Abbott to immediately call a special session of the 84th Legislature in light of the Supreme Court’s lawless and unconstitutional redefinition of marriage.

Says Simpson, “In light of the Supreme Court’s actions, I believe that the best way to protect marriage is to divorce marriage from government. I am asking the ……… read more here. 

by Cahnman

 

Jodie Laubenberg: One Cheap Date

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“A false witness will not go unpunished,
And he who speaks lies will not escape.”
Proverbs 19:5

Empower Texans had a piece yesterday discussing Jodie Laubenberg:

When neighboring State Rep. Scott Turner (R-Rockwall) announced his bid for Speaker, a number of conservatives stepped up to support him. Conservatives knew that Turner would work with Gov. Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, and the conservative caucus in the Texas Senate to pass a bold conservative agenda, while Straus would ………. read more here

Texas Primary Voters to Get More Say in 2016 Than Planned

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Texas primary voters are about to have a bigger say in the 2016 presidential race than their parties previously planned.

In recent weeks, the Texas Democratic Party and the Republican Party of Texas have finalized plans to allocate all their national convention delegates based on the outcomes of their primaries, a departure from normal for the Democrats and a return to normal for Republicans.

It is a far bigger deal for ………. read more here. 

by Patrick Svitek

RERop-ed: The Next Queer Assault

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Last week, the Supreme Court of the United States stunned us all with their egregious misinterpretation of the plain wording of the ludicrously titled “Affordable” Care Act to once again save Obamanablecare.  They followed that up on Friday with their deliberate misrepresentation of the Constitution in usurping the right of the States to determine the question of queer marriage within their own borders.

But in between these two desecrations of the Constitution, the Court dropped a little bomb shell that probably went unnoticed to most Americans.  On Thursday, the Court found for the plaintiff in Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs, et al. v. The Inclusive Communities Project, Inc.

In 2008, the Inclusive Communitiues Project (ICP) brought suit against the Texas Department of Housing in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas alleging “disparate-impact” discrimination.  Disparate-impact means you don’t have to prove intent, only effect.

The allegation was that the Texas Department of Housing, in alocating federal low-income housing tax credits predominantly to developers building low-income housing in Black neighborhoods in Dallas (as oppose to building them in Dallas White neighborhoods) effected housing segregation.  The District Court agreed and ordered the State of Texas to amend its ctieria for alocating such federal tax credits.

Texas appealed, and the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans reversed the Circuit Court’s rediculous finding.  the ICP then referred the case to the Supreme Court.

First of all, the premise of this case flies in the face of common sense.  If the State ofTexas is truly interested in providing low-income housing, they would naturally concentrate on those areas containing low-income renters.  To facilitate the building of low-income housing in White neighborhoods, where there are no low-income tennents, would be stupid.

Unless, of course, the objective is not to provide low-income housing but to integrate White neighborhoods.  The ICP is not even interested in ant-discrimination.  The very name of the project – Inclusive Communities Project – tells you what their agenda is  It’s Black infiltration into White neighborhoods.

But I’ve got news for the ICP.  Blacks don’t want to live in White communities.  Aint no drug dealers and prostitutes there, man.  And Whites, understandably, are reluctant to have prostitutes and drug dealers invading their neighborhoods.  They are so reluctant, in fact, that whey will do what they have done to the whole city of Detroit – move away and let the drug dealers and prostitutes have it.

When I was a kid in the 40s and 50s, the South Side of Chicago was one of the most affluent areas in the city.  I remember the sumptuous apartment buildings with uniformed doormen at the entrances and Duesenberg broughams parked out front.  The last time I was brave enough to venture into South Chicago, those same buildings were run down tenements with cardboard-patched broken windows, graffiti desecrated walls, and street gutters clogged with liter.

Memo to ICP: you cannot integrate White neighborhoods.  You can only convert White neighborhoods to Black ghettos.  A White suburb is not a place, it’s the people who choose to live there.

If you truly want to improve the Black condition in America, work on improving Black people and stop wasting your time trying to move them out of the ghetto – because wherever you move them, they will take the ghetto with them.  A ghetto is not a place, but the people who live in that place and make it a ghetto.

Meanwhile, the Supreme Court, in their effort to facilitate the quixotic dream of Black infiltration into White neighborhoods, re-affirmed the concept of disparate-impact.  They established precedent in the highest court in the land that if your actions result in what a court decides creates a disparity between diverse groups, you are liable regardless of your intent.

What do you think the queer coalition will do with that?

G. E. Kruckeberg

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Gov’t Official Refuses to Personally Issue Gay Marriage Licenses — and Here’s the Supreme Court Quote She’s Using to Back Her Stance

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A Texas county clerk is citing her Christian faith in announcing that she will not personally offer marriage licenses to gay couples, saying that she is constitutionally protected from being forced to do so.

“The religious doctrines to which I adhere compel me to personally refrain from issuing same-sex marriage licenses,” Hood County clerk Katie Lang said this week in a statement on the county’s website.

Despite her personal opposition to same-sex unions, Lang said that other staff members will be available to issue gay marriage licenses.

“I am grateful that the First Amendment continues to protect the sincerely held religious beliefs of public servants like me,” Lang said. “That has …………….. read more here. 

Independence Day 2015

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Today, on the 239th birthday of the greatest republic ever conceived by the mind of man, that republic is faced with many challenges.  We have a runaway legal system that is radically rewriting our Constitution to turn it against the People who wrote it for their protection.

We have a feckless legislative system that seems more interested in lining their pockets than in addressing the needs and concerns of the People who hired them and who pay their bloated salaries.

We have an educational system that is inculcating our children with the brutality of Islam and the perversion of sodomy.

And we have an illegally elected President who is using his office to aid and abet the enemies of the United States and to destroy the Constitution and the hard-won independence of the United States.

But this is not a time for despair.  In desperate times, men of faith and courage must take desperate measures.  Let us take inspiration from those brave men who, 239 years ago today, risked all – even life itself – for the right to breath free.

Let us resolve on this momentous day to rededicate ourselves to fight against tyranny wherever we find it and with whatever weapons we can forge for our common defense.  We are Americans, with a proud history of fighting for our freedom to think and do as we damn please.  And it is that very independence that binds us together into an invincible force against evil.

And as we enjoy our hot dogs and potato salad and beer on this momentous day, let us pause for a moment to remember those less fortunate – such as Pretendent Obama, who is fasting for Ramadan.

Power-Tripping, Jaywalking Texas Cop Assaults and Detains PINAC Reporter for “Officer Safety” (Updated)

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Sometimes exercising your right to be free from unlawful search and seizure is a dangerous proposition. Some cops assume that a citizen taking a stand for their own liberty is a challenge to their authority.

In many ways they are correct, but one common denominator in all abuses of authority is the escalation of force by those wearing badges.

The scenario was ……… read more here

Posted by: Brett Sanders

Former Galveston Judge Arrested For Felony Impersonation

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COUNTY of GALVESTON
Criminal District Attorney
JACK ROADY
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 2, 2015

FORMER JUDGE CHRISTOPHER DUPUY ARRESTED ON FELONY ONLINE-IMPERSONATION CHARGES

On July 2nd, 2015 Christopher Michael Dupuy was arrested on two counts of felony Online Impersonation. The arrests follow a long term joint investigation by Assistant Criminal District Attorney Adam Poole and the ……… read more here. 

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