Monthly Archives: August 2016

Hillary or Trump–at this point what difference does it make?

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/trabajando3EM4EM-190x120.pngIt is safe to say that most of us didn’t pick either of these two choices for POTUS and some are even thinking about not voting for either.  Some are planning protest votes, some for not voting at all.  Will …

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Texas Grassroots Action Needed

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/telephone-190x127.jpgACTION: Contact Lt. Gov Dan Pactrick and kindly suggest that he replace pro-toll Sen. Robert Nichols with pro-taxpayer Sen. Lois Kolkhorst as Chair of the Transportation Committee. Please make a 1 minute phone call to the Lt. Gov office to …

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Defense of the Constitution

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/k.paxton-190x190.jpgRecently, the Editorial Board of the Austin American-Statesman published a lengthy unfounded editorial attack on my staunch defense of the Constitution and my tenure as the Attorney General of Texas. I asked for the opportunity to respond and correct the …

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August 15 Meeting: State Comptroller Glenn Hegar

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/speaker-144x190.pngThe Elephant in the room: public pensions, benefits and retirements. Every wonder how our state is fairing in this economy?  With the price of oil at such a low price just how will our Rainy Day fund fare?  We know …

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HIGH-SPEED RAIL HITS ROADBLOCK IN GRIMES COUNTY

http://www.mcteaparty.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/train-190x112.pngHSR Entities or Facilities Must Show Proof of Eminent Domain Prior to Receiving Authorization to Cross Grimes County Roads Anderson, Texas – From the steps of the historic Grimes County Courthouse steps, Grimes County Judge Ben Leman announced today an …

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