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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.

RERfirst: PAY-TO-PLAY STILL ALIVE. BURN ALL VOTERS’ GUIDES

RERfirst: PAY-TO-PLAY STILL ALIVE. BURN ALL VOTERS’ GUIDES

Three men have had a stranglehold on Harris County politics for 20 years. They have been the “king makers”, without a doubt. Dr. Steven Hotze, Terry Lowery, and Gary Polland.   Dr. Steven Hotze’s PAC produces and distributes the voters’ guides, Conservative Republicans of Harris County and Conservative Republicans of Texas.   Terry Lowery markets…

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RERsports: Knitting in the stands during the SMU game? It’s for the good of the team — she promises

RERsports: Knitting in the stands during the SMU game? It’s for the good of the team — she promises

Photo: Ashley Landis   Kissing a trophy in the tunnel, wearing the same socks 27 games in a row, spinning around three times while saying the opponent’s team name backwards. “It’s only weird if it doesn’t work,” said every sports fan ever. SMU alum and dedicated Mustangs fan Kathryn Arata is a prime example. “Since…

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Pro-Life Activist David Daleiden Appears in Court Over Planned Parenthood Video Sting

Credit: Eric Kayne Attorney Jared Woodfill (L) speaks to the media alongside client David Daleiden (C), a defendant in an indictment stemming from a Planned Parenthood video he helped produce, and attorney Terry Yates (R), at the Harris County Courthouse after Daleiden surrendered to authorities on February 4, 2016 in Houston, Texas. Daleiden is facing…

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Texas horse tracks remain open at least through February

Texas horse tracks remain open at least through February

Photo: Kentucky Downs Here’s a look at some of the historical horse racing machines at the Kentucky Downs.  Texas horse tracks will stay open — for now. State officials had indicated they might have to close next week, if no additional state dollars were allocated. But now, as officials wait for court hearings that could decide…

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RERfirst: STRAUS, RIDDLE TO BLAME FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD EXONERATION

RERfirst: STRAUS, RIDDLE TO BLAME FOR PLANNED PARENTHOOD EXONERATION

The lesson to learn from this story is that when you work with Democrats in a society that has rejected the Democratic Party and its ideology, the unintended consequences of the new law produced from such collaboration, will most likely get you burned. This is, once again, the fate of Texas Speaker of the House…

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Secretary of State visits RGV to address border issues

Secretary of State visits RGV to address border issues

Photo: Delcia Lopez MCALLEN ,Tx- Carlos H. Casco, Texas Secretary of State, speaks during the Texas Border Coalition meeting Thursday, Feb.11, 2016 at Hampton Inn in Pharr. He is the 110th Texas Secretary of State. Secretary Cascos was elected as Cameron County Judge in 2006 and was re-elected in 2010 and again in 2014. Previously,…

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Dead Squirrels, Kids with Guns and Chuck Norris: The 2016 Texas Primary Field, in Photos

Dead Squirrels, Kids with Guns and Chuck Norris: The 2016 Texas Primary Field, in Photos

Briscoe Cain campaign Really any kid will do for a campaign photo, but getting ’em when they’re no bigger than a cowboy hat adds a great deal of charm.   Does she think my tractor’s electable? Plano state Representative Jeff Leach dragged a couch into the forest. Tom Oliverson, the aspiring District 130 rep, fired…

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US Marshals arresting people for not paying their federal student loans

US Marshals arresting people for not paying their federal student loans

Photo: Screen shot  HOUSTON (FOX 26) – Believe it or not, the US Marshals Service in Houston is arresting people for not paying their outstanding federal student loans. Paul Aker says he was arrested at his home last week for a $1500 federal student loan he received in 1987. He says seven deputy US Marshals…

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Box: Scalia/Espinoza Call to Action

Box: Scalia/Espinoza Call to Action

This morning, I was privileged enough to participate and ask questions during a conference call with members of the media and the great FreedomWorks—a grassroots, tea-party-leaning, conservative organization. The purpose of the call was to inform the media about conservatives’ goals and stance over President Obama’s inevitable nominee to the Supreme Court after Justice Antonin…

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Mexican program offers immigrants another valid ID

Mexican program offers immigrants another valid ID

Photo: mystatesman.com The rollout of a new program by the Mexican government to provide voter registration cards for its citizens in the United States will give some unauthorized immigrants in Texas another tool out of a legal limbo. In recent years, immigrants who entered the country illegally have been denied copies of birth certificates for…

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