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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.

Rick Perry Flip-Flops On Obamacare: ‘Defund It’

Rick Perry Flip-Flops On Obamacare: ‘Defund It’

By Zack Beauchamp and Scott Keyes ST. CHARLES, Missouri — Last week, Texas Governor Rick Perry took an uncharacteristically independent stance, bashing Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX)’s plan to force a government shut down over Obamacare funding as “nonsensical.” But this Saturday, Perry was singing a different tune: “Defund it,” the Governor told ThinkProgress. When asked…

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Texans at center of shutdown drama — especially Ted Cruz

Texans at center of shutdown drama — especially Ted Cruz

By TODD J. GILLMAN Washington Bureau tgillman@dallasnews.com WASHINGTON — Squabbling dominated the capital Monday as the government careened toward a midnight shutdown deadline. Fingers were pointed, lines drawn in the sand. Pundits brainstormed for just the right description: stalemate, brink, train wreck, logjam. One name was on everyone’s lips. Ted Cruz, the junior senator from…

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Wendy Davis Campaign Slogans

Wendy Davis Campaign Slogans

This Week’s Sign the Apocalypse is Upon Us by Rebekah Maxwell Remember when a political leader rose to prominence based on their experience, strength of character, moral integrity, and leadership ability? Me neither. But it was once generally considered bad for one’s career to publicly extol the virtues of murdering innocent children. Now, it seems…

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Senator Cornyn is a Texas Sized Disgrace

Senator Cornyn is a Texas Sized Disgrace

via Kingwood TEA Party www.kingwoodteaparty.com Senator John Cornyn is actively working against Senator Cruz. On the Ed Hendee show earlier today, Senator Cornyn said in reference to a vote against cloture: “A government shutdown is not in our best interest.” In a phone conversation earlier today, the Senator’s Deputy Regional Director for the Dallas area,…

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Reclusive homeowner killed by police after fatally shooting burglar

Reclusive homeowner killed by police after fatally shooting burglar

Garett Ray Fisbeck/Staff Photographer Dallas police investigated the scene of a shooting in Far East Dallas on Thursday night. “He was a loner,” a neighbor said of the homeowner who confronted police. By TRISTAN HALLMAN Staff Writer thallman@dallasnews.com A career criminal broke into a neglected-looking Far East Dallas home Thursday night thinking the homeowner had…

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Placements suspended with Texas foster care contractor, affecting its 127 homes in Dallas area

Placements suspended with Texas foster care contractor, affecting its 127 homes in Dallas area

AUSTIN — The state has stopped placing abused and neglected children with a major contractor after finding more problems at the company’s nearly 400 foster homes, a third of them in North Texas. A recent state sweep of foster homes run by Texas Mentor, a division of National Mentor Healthcare, Original story here: http://www.dallasnews.com/news/state/headlines/20130927-placements-suspended-with-texas-foster-care-contractor-affecting-its-127-homes-in-dallas-area.ece?action=reregister

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CSN Houston bankruptcy filing surprises Astros

CSN Houston bankruptcy filing surprises Astros

Affiliates of Comcast/NBC Universal filed an involuntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition Friday in Houston against Comcast SportsNet Houston, the struggling regional sports network owned by Comcast/NBC Universal, the Rockets and Astros.   The action apparently came as a surprise to the Astros, who are the largest owner in the partnership at 46.384 percent, and said…

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Comptroller Candidate Medina Open to Gubernatorial Bid

Comptroller Candidate Medina Open to Gubernatorial Bid

Debra Medina hosts a monthly potluck with Tea Party activists at her home in Wharton on Sept. 6, 2013. Medina is exploring a run for state comptroller. photo by: Michael Stravato by Aman Batheja, The Texas Tribune September 27, 2013 Former Republican gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina could end up running again for the state’s highest…

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Nullification The Rightful Remedy

Nullification The Rightful Remedy

What do we do when the federal government steps outside of it’s Constitutional boundaries? Do we ‘vote the bums out’ and hope that the new bums limit their own power? Do we ask federal judges in black robes to limit the federal government’s power? Thomas Jefferson and James Madison didn’t think so, and neither do…

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