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Some say he's not a conservative - or, not conservative enough.Of course he is...The conservative personality is mostly personal attacks, character assassination, and not much else.Is it any wonder…Continue

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Comment by LoveLife&Laughter on March 19, 2015 at 8:47pm

...it's almost like the end of civilization as we knew it.  They are like a hunter gatherer tribe of Neanderthals.

Am I insulting Neanderthals? 

Comment by ProblemAgain on March 19, 2015 at 7:19pm

and we all know how great young people are at intelligent decisions ...

'Campus Carry' Bill Passes Texas Senate

Posted Thursday, March 19th 2015 @ 1pm

 The Texas Senate today approved and sent to the house a bill allowing concealed handguns to be carried on college campuses, a key goal of Republicans in the current session and one that has eluded Second Amendment advocates for the past two sessions, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.

  The vote, 20-11, was straight down party lines, with all Republicans voting yes, and all Democrats voting no.

  The bill would allow people who already have concealed handgun licenses to carry concealed weapons on campus and into campus buildings, including dormitories.

  Supporters said the measure will increase the safety of campuses and will help protect college employees when they are traveling to and from the campus.  Supporters also mocked opponents for bringing up the same arguments which were raised against Concealed Carry twenty years ago, pointing out that the 'gunfights over parking places' and higher random use of firearms which was widely predicted at the time has not materialized.

  Opponents said the environment on college campuses, with raging hormones, close quarters, and alcohol, is not a good environment to introduced weapons.

  The campus carry bill that passed today is somewhat watered down.  Since only people who have CHL's can carry handguns on college campuses, that means the bulk of the students, who are under 21, will not be allowed to carry weapons.

  It also only covers public universities, leaving private colleges to make their own decisions about handguns.

  It also does not allow 'open carry' of firearms and it only covers handguns, not rifles.'

  The bill now goes to the Texas House.

Comment by ProblemAgain on March 19, 2015 at 7:17pm

ahhh the new conservative math....if you can't pay your bills, cut your income...

Largest Tax Cut in Texas History Advances in Legislature

Posted Wednesday, March 18th 2015 @ 5pm

  Lawmakers on the State Senate Finance Committee turned aside worries about the state's debt and about allegedly dwindling state services, and voted to approve and send to the full Senate tax cut packages totaling $4 billion, including a large cut in property taxes, News Radio 1200 WOAI reports.

  Major tax cuts is one of Gov. Abbott's 'emergency' measures, meaning it will get fast track status in the Legislature.

  The centerpiece of the bill is an increase in the state homestead exemption, the decrease in the value of your home that you don't have to pay property taxes on.  That is currently $15,000, meaning if you live in a home valued at $200,000, you only have to pay property tax on $185,000 of that.

  The proposal would fix the homestead exemption to the rising value of property, setting it at 25% of the average value of a home in Texas.  That would have the immediate impact of raising the homestead exemption to more than $33,000, saving the average homeowner more than $225 per year in taxes.

  But there is opposition to the proposal from conservatives and liberals.  Conservatives like State Rep. Lyle Larson (R-San Antonio), say the state's surplus should go to pay down the state's ballooning debt.

  Liberals like State Sen. John Whitmire (D-Houston) say the surplus should go to education and other state programs.

  "I say we return the surplus to the taxpayer in the form of better services," he said.

  The measure now goes to the full Senate, where it is expected to pass.  If approved, it would be the largest tax cut in Texas history.

Comment by LoveLife&Laughter on December 16, 2014 at 8:42am

The right brainwashes their children to want to "carry", the cops shoot'em, so the right wants more guns.

Works for me.

Comment by Ioruach on December 15, 2014 at 7:33pm

Well, if you're going to carry a gun, certainly it should be done openly. How else would we know who has 'em and who doesn't? Max Brand, where are you?

Comment by ProblemAgain on November 16, 2014 at 8:59am

so the republicanplan to replace obamacare is out....

Comment by LoveLife&Laughter on November 2, 2014 at 11:22am

Who knows Ramon; I can't stand listening to them.  I reckon I'll just have to wait and find out who's who LOL...

Comment by Ramon Parrish on November 2, 2014 at 9:40am

Well, It's crunch time. The Dems say they have it in the bag; the Pubs say the same. The Libs control the runoff likely to happen here in Georgia for at least one, and perhaps two races.

What are you hearing in the other states?

Comment by ProblemAgain on October 1, 2014 at 2:28pm

Cory Gardner Denies The Existence Of A Bill He’s Cosponsoring

by Wochit 0:53 mins

Colorado Republican Representative Cory Gardner is still taking heat Monday for suggesting in a debate over the weekend that a bill he cosponsored didn’t exist. Gardner has taken flak in his tight Senate race against incumbent Democrat Mark Udall for recanting his support for statewide “personhood” initiatives — for which he campaigned even at his church — but continuing to support a bill at the federal level that would declare human life as beginning at conception. Udall and his supporters have hammered Gardner for co-sponsoring HR 1091, the Life At Conception Act, while claiming to have changed his mind about nearly identical legislation at the state level. When asked about this apparent contradiction by Denver’s Fox 31 political reporter Eli Stokols, Gardner simply denied the bill exists.

Comment by ProblemAgain on September 24, 2014 at 5:21pm

from another forum:

why does Fox News do this?


they always type SPOX on the teleprompter line....
they use it for SPOKESMAN



because they can't spell spokesman


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