first of the 'mid-term' primaries are underway with early voting
here in Texas on March 4th. The incumbent in your state legislature
is no different than incumbents in the U.S. Congress. They want
your vote so they can go on to win in November. Like incumbents
in the Outlaw Congress, it's very difficult to unseat them - especially
with rampant vote fraud. As long as they get in line with what
the party hierarchy wants, the party supports them to victory.
And, like the incumbents in the Outlaw Congress, I see very few
who have or even intend to take on critical issues at the state
my case, because of redistricting based on counting illegal aliens
during the 2010 census, our area simply got absorbed into another
incumbent's district; we weren't even allowed to vote for him.
This March 4th, Rep. Drew Darby wants my vote in the primary so
he can get reelected in November. His
voting record stinks; just scroll down until you see the boxes
- see Scorecard. Lots of bux in his campaign coffers.
Thomason is the tea party favorite to replace Darby. He only has
a Facebook page, but looking at the education statement, he states
he is against Common Core or CSCOPE, although one person posted
he supported Common Core. Informed parents in this state put a
stop to CC; here
is an excellent web site on the issue and other important
items (Texas Student Data System Calls for Unique ID: Surveillance
for Every Texas Student).
the issue of stopping illegals, Thomason pledges to take action.
Apparently Thomason doesn't understand the role of the constitutional
militia and invasions, but he
can be educated on the issues if elected.
will also vote for Thomason because I will not reward an incumbent
for refusing to address serious life and death issues like the
ones below. The down side is Texas, Nevada, Montana and N. Dakota
are all every other year sessions. Those four state legislatures
are out of session until January 2015. It's almost too late now
because by 2015, the financial tsunami rolling across this country
will hit Americans right square in the gut and only get worse
into 2015. I hope I'm wrong, but the hand writing is on the wall
in capital letters. Those state legislatures in session right
now not addressing issues like a constitutional sound money bill
will regret it. What some of us worked on during the last session
(140 days in 2013, beginning in January):
— State Legislatures 2013 Session Act Now —
Time is not on our side
Critical Bills for 2013 Legislatures (Seventeenth
Second Critical bill for your state legislature - 2013 session
Third Critical bill for your state legislature - 2013 session
Fourth Critical Bill for your state legislature - 2013 session
the constitutional militia)
state legislature did nothing on three of the issues.
state legislature's solution to Agenda 21 and stopping the communist
UN from taking over this state: They passed a Concurrent Joint
Resolution saying they don't like Agenda 21. They sent it to the
impostor in the White House as well as a copy to the Outlaw Congress
asking them to enter it into the Congressional Record.
That's it. 'Don't mess with Texas' is a joke.
of the columns above has an overview of the problem and the only
constitutional solutions, as well as a working paper you can use
for your state legislature and important supporting exhibits.
For the Seventeenth Amendment only I also wrote a bill. A couple
of years ago Arizona passed a state militia bill that is virtually
worthless, although I give credit to those members of their legislature
who do fully understand
the Second Amendment. I know a handful of states have considered
passing a constitutional sound money bill, but as far as I know
only Utah actually got one into law that is also a very watered
down version of what should be.
Tenth Amendment Center has been doing a great job on the nullification
front. Their web
site has tremendous tools for every active American regardless
of what group you belong to or don't have a group or organization.
The same for Agenda
21 - tools
to fight effectively. Success only comes with boots on the
thing the Tenth Amendment Center folks focus on is federal jurisdiction
-- something few state legislators seem to understand and those
who do don't care as long as the federal government throws money
at them for things like education. Under the impostor president,
cabinets like the EPA are busy killing more jobs with endless
regulations while the gutless Republican controlled U.S. House
of Representatives does nothing instead of yanking all funding.
other issues are not being addressed by state legislatures? The
aerosol spraying of our skies or chemtrials. Geoengineering of
our weather system that is not only causing deleterious health
effects on people, it's destroying crops, trees and very important
ecosystems that should not be scoffed at because it is a life
and death issue. Any mention of such brands you a greenie, which
I can assure you, I am not. Make no mistake, this is a very important
the unconstitutional Federal Department of Education out of the
dangerous 'Smart' meters
& Genetically Modified Foods
Are Killing the Bees, Butterflies, Birds and . . . ? (Just
like 'smart' meters and bees)
farmers for their right to produce and sell raw milk -- another
jurisdiction issue involving the USDA. In some cases, the states
themselves have gone into hysterics over raw milk resulting in
criminal charges against producers. The whole thing is absurd,
yet residents in those states either don't know about it or don't
understand how important it is to stop such tyranny against their
Dairy Farmer Arrested For Selling Raw Milk
judge dismisses phony charges against raw milk farmer Mike Hartmann
- Only after how much money for an attorney and the personal anguish
ones has to go through to defend themselves?
are more in your state, probably. Every state has its problems.
Mostly it's corruption and the 'good old boy' syndicates - at
all levels of government. The only way to stop it is to elect
new individuals and then hold them accountable in two years. Expose
the rats and then flush them out.
it takes time to learn what should be taught in all high schools,
thoroughly from the beginning of this republic, how it was founded
and those all important documents like the Declaration of Independence
and U.S. Constitution. Unless Americans are willing to sacrifice
their leisure time, the only thing that will continue being conserved
is the road to complete and total destruction. 90% of the misery
heaped upon the states can be corrected if state legislators,
senators and governors are educated about jurisdiction and have
the stones to stand up to federal agencies given power and money
by the Outlaw Congress.
is not a spectator sport. March 'Madness' is only a few weeks
away. For a whole month millions of Americans become obsessed
with college basketball instead of making sure they know the issues
before they vote in their primary and getting out of the sports
bars and stadiums to do their part in saving this republic. You
don't sit on your backside while your house is on fire; you get
up and call the fire department. Our house is not only on fire,
but very close to being nothing but charred remains. They will
be very sorry in the near future.
For Supreme Court decisions and more on jurisdiction go
here; scroll down to the section Federal Jurisdiction
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2010, Republicans took 680
new seats from Democratic/Communist Party USA incumbents.
What good has it done? Some, but on life and death issues like
a constitutional sound money bill and the constitutional militia,
they rate an F in performance -- mostly because they are ignorant
on both issues and because any mention of the word militia is
akin to dropping the F word even though it's in the Second Amendment.
of the most effective propaganda tools used is "He/she can't win".
Well, then why bother? Let the enemy walk all over you, but don't
complain later. The tea party here in Howard County, Texas, where
I live is a ghost organization. Impossible to locate; I certainly
don't hear their voice but here and there over the years. State
Rep. Drew Darby I mentioned above has signs all over Big Spring;
haven't seen one for the tea party favorite, Shannon Thomason.
How do you expect a challenger to win if no one helps him/her
win the primary? The Big Spring tea party should've had their
volunteers out every weekend last month going door to door with
a nice tri-fold on Thomason's candidacy because early voting is
already underway here.
you vote for your state legislator, house or senate, in the upcoming
primary, ask yourself did he/she get the job done on critical
issues? Do they deserve your vote in the primary? As I said in
my column, Sincere,
Well-Meaning Conservatives Are Killing Us, reelecting the
same Band Aid pushers will result in the same job performance.
If an incumbent didn't get the job done the prior two years in
your state house or 10, 15, 20, 30 years in the Outlaw Congress,
what makes you think he/she will get the job done this time if
you reward them with your vote?
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