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The People Choose, Not the Party: Taking Back Harris County from the Slates

The people choose, not the party! The people choose, not the party! Remember that chant? Oh, well, I guess you wouldn't unless you were at the Freedomworks Fly-In Bootcamp held in Washington, D.C. back in 2011. Myself along with fifty or so other activists from across the US gathered together for three days of intensive activist training. We then spent the last day putting our training into practice. See, we took a little field trip to protest the National Republican Senatorial

at Feb 7, 2014 5:01 PM

Early Voting Continues in Texas - Make Your Vote Count, All the Way Down The Ballot

Some of the most import races on the ballot, the one that directly impact your daily lives are on the bottom part of the ballot.  Who is going to be your next sheriff?  Who will prosecute the criminals in your courts?  Who will sit in judgment of cases?  And who keeps an eye out for the ethics of all county government employees?

All of these, plus school board and bond issues that directly affect your pocketbook and quality of life are down the ballot.  But often, these important races are "undervoted". In other words, people go to the trouble of voting but don't go down the ballot and cast their votes in very important races and issues.

CLICK HERE: For Early Voting Locations in Texas   Read more »

at Oct 24, 2012 5:13 PM

"AstroTurf" Tea Parties and Pay-to-Play Endorsements - Who can you trust with your vote?

Does your mailbox look like mine? Overflowing with ads from candidates for the primary election? Stuffed with slates from various groups and organizations? Now then, are you ready to vote? Now you must walk through the gauntlet of poll workers handing out even more ads from candidates and slates of endorsements. You want to vote for the right candidate. But how do you know who to trust?   Read more »

at May 22, 2012 8:52 AM

Can Romney Win the Votes of Independents and Latinos - Immigration Policy a Key Issue in 2012

After this week, it appears even more likely that former Massachusett's Governor Mitt Romney will emerge at the Republican nominee for President of the United States. He will move on to face an extremely well-financed incumbent president, Barack Obama, in November. But, can he win? Maybe, but I believe immigration may play the key role in the outcome of the election.

In order to win in November, Romney will have to do three things.    Read more »

at Apr 5, 2012 12:13 PM

Change, Immigration and the “Bold Colors” of Conservatism - Ed Hubbard on Immigration Rhetoric

I have found, as I wander through this world of political commentary, that our political message is often lost when the reader or listener perceives harsh or disrespectful language in an article or debate. Recently I saw an article on BigJolly.com by Ed Hubbard where he discussed the harsh rhetoric of conservatives in last year's Houston mayor's race and the long lasting impact it might have on future elections. I thought the same message needed to be addressed about how we comminicate on the issue of illegal immigration

at Mar 5, 2012 11:19 AM
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