Texas

When does one person’s right to observe the tenets of their religion end and the rights of another to live as they wish begin? That’s a question we’ll be asking ourselves more...

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NBC 5 in Dallas is being deluged with inquires from outraged viewers after airing live footage of Ebola patient Amber Vinson being transferred to Atlanta for treatment. The footage they aired clearly shows...

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Recently, a group of about 40 young kids at Uintah Elementary School in Utah were humiliated and embarrassed as school officials literally seized their school lunches and tossed them in the trash because...

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Rick Perry: Deceit? Or Debacle?

January 4, 2014 | Comments

Rick Perry is attempting to call out President Obama on the (his words) “deceit and debacle” known as Obamacare.  Which is entirely ironic, because Rick Perry knows something about deceit and debacle – particularly when...

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As the saying goes, “everything’s bigger in Texas,” and that certainly could apply to the level of kook-driven bigotry that seems to be teeming from the Lone Star state as of late....

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Lately we’ve been talking a lot on The Everlasting GOP Stoppers Facebook page about voter suppression. While Democrats and those on the left are working hard to make voting more accessible to...

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Tom DeLay: “God Created The Constitution”

October 31, 2013 | Comments

Disgraced Former Republican House Majority Leader Tom DeLay is having “conference calls” with God these days. Delay was convicted of money laundering charges in 2010 after it was discovered that he shoveled $190,000.00 in...

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Activist Sarah Slamen became an instant hero for women’s rights when she was kicked out of a Texas state senate hearing on the controversial abortion legislation, early in July. The video went viral in...

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Well, I Guess We’re Stuck With Texas

January 13, 2013 | Comments

In the Official White House response to the Secession Petitions on it’s We The People website, Director of the Office of Public Engagement Jon Carson struck a decidedly more serious tone than that...

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