Tag Archives: Texas

Silver Linings

As 2012 comes to a close, there is much to worry the average American conservative, and it would be easy to dwell on the negative.  And granted, thanks to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and the election results, the … Continue reading

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President Obama Losing To A Grass-Roots Inspired Operation Chaos

Don’t look now, but President Obama could actually lose his party’s nomination contest in this week’s Democratic primary contest in Texas.  Probably not to any one of the three candidates opposing him, but he could still get less than 50% … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz, The Tea Party’s Bunker-Buster

Here is how it works: a federal agency re-interprets its job to encompass whole new areas of the economy.  For example, the EPA says that the Clean Air Act allows it to create a whole new cap-and-trade system, or to … Continue reading

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Don’t Mess With West Texas Or Eastern New Mexico

I just sent a comment to the US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) regarding its proposal to list the Dunes Sagebrush Lizard (DSL) on the “endangered” list of the Endangered Species Act, and I feel great about it.   Absolutely great!  … Continue reading

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