Author Archives: ncoppock

Speaker Straus: Tax Caps Bad Policy

On January 5, 2011, the Texas House will decide whether to re-elect Joe Straus as Speaker.  Debt and taxes are the premier topics on everyone’s minds and we need a Speaker of the Texas House that recognizes that our wallets … Continue reading

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HuRa! R. Lee Ermey Lets Fly on Obama Administration

R. Lee Ermey is not known for beatin’ about the bush when it comes to saying what’s on his mind. Listen to America’s favorite Marine drill sergeant tell it like it is…  

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Boehner’s New House Rules Reflect Tea Party Principles

And it is our responsibility to keep it that way. See the article at the Human Events website. Hat tip: Dixiesunshine. There are some good new rules intended to ensure proper transparency. One I noticed particularly: Both webcast and make … Continue reading

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Learn Your School Facts

One of the things the Tea Party movement has asked for is transparency and accountability and when it comes to our children. We simply want to know the facts about our local school districts and campuses. To that end, Texas … Continue reading

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The College Station Recall Petition Is About Ethics

The greatest threat to our nation is the lack of personal ethics of our elected representatives. The Tea Party Movement is taking the complaint that a politician will say anything in order to win your vote of confidence seriously. Civil … Continue reading

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Tea Party meeting

We’ve had a moment to catch our collective breath since the fantastic election last month. I am sure that Thanksgiving was a time of really being thankful for our nation. While we can be happy with the results of this … Continue reading

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The Battle for the Texas House

Along the lines of the previous post (and please do consider signing the petition if you’ve not already), here’s a good video overview of this issue: Hat tip: Ramparts360 Also, a good interview on the subject with Michael Quinn Sullivan, the … Continue reading

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