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at Jan 3, 2015 10:02 PM
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Houston Man Killed by Random New Year’s Eve Bullet

A Houston man was killed by a random bullet while standing in his front yard with his wife on New Year’s Eve. The couple was in their yard watching celebratory fireworks when he was struck in the head and collapsed.

Houston Police said the stray bullet hit Javier Rivera in the head shortly after midnight Thursday night according to a report on KHOU-11. Police speculated the bullet may have been fired by someone celebrating the new year.

Rivera’s wife Erica said, “He was standing right next to me and he fell.” She described her husband as a good husband and father who was always happy.   Read more »

at Jan 2, 2015 5:01 PM
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Government Corruption Under Obama Out of Control

There is no doubt that government has become more corrupt under Obama. Far more corrupt.

Scandal after scandal, followed by cover-up after cover-up. There is little doubt to me that Obama’s administration spends more time trying to hide their evil activities than working towards the betterment of America.   Read more »

at Jan 2, 2015 2:07 PM
       

Coming Soon: FREE Screening of "Wait Till It's Free"

Welcome to 2015! Wow! Is it even possible that we've just rung in a new year? I guess so, and with the new year also marks the beginning of Obamacare. You remember Obamacare, right? I mean, how could we forget it? It seemed doomed from the beginning, starting with the drama surrounding its passage back in March 2010 to the Supreme Court decision

at Jan 2, 2015 9:41 AM
       

Gov. Perry Helps Announce Acquisition of Texas Biotech Firm

Office of the Governor - Gov. Rick Perry helped announce the acquisition of Kalon Biotherapeutics LLC by FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies U.S.A. Inc., a subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corp. Kalon, a biopharmaceutical contract manufacturing organization owned by the State of Texas and the Texas A&M University System, is an important part of the growing biotechnology industry in Texas.   Read more »

at Jan 1, 2015 8:25 PM
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Texas Railroad Commissioner-Elect Fulfills Campaign Promise – Steps Down From His Company

Texas Railroad Commissioner-Elect Ryan Sitton fulfilled one of his campaign promises by announcing his stepping down as president of PinnacleAIS, a company founded by Sitton and his wife. During the Republican Primary campaign, Sitton had promised to place his company in a blind trust to avoid any appearance of a conflict of interest.   Read more »

at Dec 31, 2014 5:00 PM
       

This Way Up: Mobility in America

The following article was written by Tamar Jacoby, President of ImmigrationWorks, and originally published in the Wall Street Journal:

Dakota Blazier had made a big decision. Friendly and fresh-faced, from a small town north of Indianapolis, he'd made up his mind: He wasn't going to college.

"I discovered a long time ago," he explained, "I'm not book smart. I don't like sitting still, and I learn better when the problem is practical." But he didn't feel this limited his options—to the contrary. And he was executing a plan as purposeful as that of any of his high-school peers.

at Dec 31, 2014 11:48 AM
       

Serving You in 2014

One of the greatest honors I have as your Congressman is assisting those having a problem with a federal agency. Over the years, my office has helped thousands cut through government red tape to resolve problems. We can help with veterans’ benefits, social security and Medicare issues, and many more. Please be sure to contact my Abilene, Big Spring or Lubbock district offices if you have any questions or need assistance.   Read more »

at Dec 31, 2014 10:02 AM
       

Treasures of the Texas Coast Children’s Art Contest opens

AUSTIN, Texas — Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson is calling for entries in the 19th annual Adopt-A-Beach “Treasures of the Texas Coast” Children’s Art Contest. The deadline to submit artwork is Tuesday, March 3.”

“Many little Texans never get to go to the beach, but this contest is an easy way to help teach them about the natural beauty of the Texas coast,” Patterson said. “If we want future generations to protect this treasure it’s essential they learn why it’s worth protecting.”   Read more »

at Dec 30, 2014 5:25 PM
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