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Military High-Tech deployed to speeders

Imagine what the government can do with technology. Government can track your speed, and now it can give you this warning, if you are speeding!

The LRAD systems weigh from 15 to 320 pounds (6.8 to 145.1 kg) and can emit sound in a 30° beam at 2.5 kHz.   Read more »

at Apr 16, 2014 4:35 PM
       

Texas Immigration Debate: Two Sides Talking Past Each Other

Texas Lt. Governor candidate State Sen. Dan Patrick, a Republican, engaged in a highly-publicized debate on immigration and border security with San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, a Democrat widely believed to have national political aspirations, in a less-than-civil exhibition match of polarized views. Sen. Patrick typically presents

at Apr 16, 2014 2:03 PM
       

Planning a Trip to Washington?

Now that spring has sprung and summer is just around the corner, many families are planning vacations to Washington, D.C. From April’s Cherry Blossom festival through the 4th of July celebrations, spring and summer are great times to visit our nation’s capital.

If you are planning a trip to the Washington, DC area, I can help facilitate tours of many Washington landmarks such as the recently reopened White House, United States Capitol, Supreme Court, and the Library of Congress. My staff is happy to answer any questions that you may have as you plan a memorable trip for your family, church, or school group. My website has additional information

at Apr 16, 2014 11:25 AM
       

If Unconstitutional Republicanism Triumphs, The Constitutional Standard Is History

I recently posted about what I think is a practical and necessary prescription for campaigning, pursuing, and unifying all Republicans. It is hardly a novel ambition, but has become ever more so in the popular culture, only nominal in the Democrat party, and unfortunately quite endangered in the Republican Party. I modified those comments and asked for another posting days later. I hoped to generate more comments

at Apr 16, 2014 9:59 AM
       

Brandeis University Shuns Black Women’s Rights Activist: “Feminists” are Silent

Last week, Brandeis University reversed its decision to award Ayaan Hirsi Ali an honorary degree for her women’s rights work, and withdrew her commencement speaking invitation.

Reason given: some of her past statements are “inconsistent with Brandeis University’s core values.” True reason: an online petition signed by 6,000 that declared that Hirsi Ali had engaged in “hate speech” because she denies that Islam is a religion of peace.

at Apr 15, 2014 4:56 PM
       

Texas Education Agency Announces Takeover of Beaumont ISD

Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner Michael Williams notified Beaumont ISD's school board president and superintendent Monday that a conservator will be appointed immediately to take over the school district. 

"This is a critical time for the district and its students, as well as for the community as a whole," Commissioner Williams

at Apr 15, 2014 1:58 PM
       

States: Time to Man Up to a Lawless Federal Government

When leaders in your Federal Government:

1) consistently violate the law

2) show a complete disregard for the Constitution and Bill of Rights

3) Refuse to answer We the People who question their actions in Congressional hearings   Read more »

at Apr 15, 2014 12:46 PM
       

Helping Small Businesses and Farmers Invest in Growth

Every week, I hear from farmers, ranchers, and small business owners who are hoping for a simpler, fairer tax code that will help them grow their businesses. Tax reform can help us strengthen the economy and create jobs. How? Well, for one thing, small businesses waste about 1.7 billion hours each year on tax compliance. And small businesses spend more than $18 billion each year on tax compliance costs

at Apr 15, 2014 9:44 AM
       

Wendy Davis Ethical Questions Surface

Despite promises to the contrary, it appears that State Senator Wendy Davis (D-Fort Worth) voted on bills that affect her clients and favorably impact the bottom line of her law firm.

“I have never done anything in a way that represents a conflict in my voting and something that would benefit me personally,” she said in an interview, but state records seem to tell a different story.   Read more »

at Apr 14, 2014 4:53 PM
       

How I Escaped From the Soviet Union

Yuri Maltsev, an adviser to Mikhail Gorbachev’s government, tells the story of his defection to the U.S., and relates stories from his life in the Soviet Union.

While at Moscow State University, he received special permission to read forbidden, anti-communist books. He was told to take his permission letter, get in the elevator, and press the button that had no number on it.

at Apr 14, 2014 2:51 PM
       

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