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Anthony Carter resides in Virginia. He is an entrepreneur, author and success coach. Anthony specializes in internet marketing. Anthony is a proud Constitutional Conservative who believes in limited government, low taxes and a strong military. Anthony relishes the opportunity to spread the conservative message through his work with Raging Elephants Radio.

Texas Gaining People And Income

Texas Gaining People And Income

The old saying “I wasn’t born in Texas but I got here as fast as I could” appears to be holding true.  Since 2000, Texas has gained $17.6 billion in net income from people moving here from other states, according to a new study by the Tax Foundation.  That ranks Texas third behind Florida and…

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Kansas and Arizona file suit to change voting laws

Kansas and Arizona file suit to change voting laws

Kansas and Arizona filed a joint lawsuit against the federal government Wednesday over requirements needed to register to vote. The lawsuit demands that the U.S. Elections Assistance Commission modify the federal voter registration form in both states so it would allow for proof of citizenship when people sign up to vote. The federal form doesn’t…

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Obamacare critic Rick Perry seeks cash from law

Obamacare critic Rick Perry seeks cash from law

From Politico By KYLE CHENEY and MAGGIE HABERMAN Gov. Rick Perry wants to kill Obamacare dead, but Texas health officials are in talks with the Obama administration about accepting an estimated $100 million available through the health law to care for the elderly and disabled, POLITICO has learned. Perry health aides are negotiating with the…

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Texas Government: Hey, Big Spender

Texas Government: Hey, Big Spender

From Forbes.com A fact about Texas politics that outsiders are often surprised to learn is that its legislature convenes only biennially. Meeting for a few months every other spring is among the reasons why the Texas economy has performed so beautifully through the Great Recession and its aftermath. To put it bluntly, by restricting the…

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Cruz: Americans Could Get “Addicted” To Obamacare

Cruz: Americans Could Get “Addicted” To Obamacare

by Jay Root, The Texas Tribune August 19, 2013 KINGWOOD, Texas — U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has come home to Texas to promote his long-shot bid to defund Obamacare, warning Tea Party activists Monday that they have only a few months to stop the health care reform law before people get “addicted” to it. Cruz,…

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Chaos is NOT Government

Chaos is NOT Government

By George Rodriguez : Thursday, June 27, 2013 From MySanAntonio.com   Once again, liberals have used chaos and disruption as a tactic when they can’t use logic and the rule of law. A crowd of about 400 protestors disrupted and halted the proceedings in the Texas state legislature in Austin before a roll call vote…

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Texas Fights Back Against Holder on Voting Rights

Texas Fights Back Against Holder on Voting Rights

by Ken Klukowski From Breitbart Updating our story on Attorney General Eric Holder declaring war on Texas: Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act (VRA) creates a preclearance regime, under which certain states with records of egregious racial voter discrimination cannot change any voting law or procedure or draw new legislative districts after each census…

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At Senate Candidate Forum, Republicans Take Aim at Davis

At Senate Candidate Forum, Republicans Take Aim at Davis

by Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune August 14, 2013 FORT WORTH — Whether state Sen. Wendy Davis decides to run for governor or not, Republican candidates are lining up to replace her in her home district. At a candidate forum on Wednesday night hosted by the Tarrant County Young Republicans, GOP candidates Konni Burton and…

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The Brief: Texas Political News for Aug. 12, 2013

The Brief: Texas Political News for Aug. 12, 2013

by Morgan Smith, The Texas Tribune August 12, 2013 The Big Conversation: If Gov. Rick Perry makes a second bid for the White House in 2016, there is mounting speculation that he may have some home-state competition for the Republican nomination from a certain junior senator. U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz spoke to a gathering of…

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