On July 31, 2012, we will be watching as the live results come in from Texas with a lot of anticipation and hope. We will be watching to see if the Conservative Ted Cruz will be the next senator from Texas (or the RINO David Dewhurst…let’s hope not!).
But there is another important race happening in the state. This race is in Texas’ 36th Congressional District. Former Congressman Steve Stockman is running for congress against Stephen Takach.
Elected in the 1994, Congressman
Sometimes you just have to stand up for yourself and 100s of near-by motorists
New Hampshire is 1 of those states where sobriety checkpoints are legal. All the police have to do is get the approve from a judge and then tell the media in a town that a checkpoint will happen in that town. The media then reports when the checkpoint
Updated 07-22-2012 at 04:54 PM by Keith and stuff
..im tired of all those flakey, hipster, modern, cheesy type of women i wanna get something more basic now.
Legislative pay cut, impossible you say, think again
Could this be the start of a strange but wonderful trend? Congressman vote themselves pay raises all of the time. It is considered standard operating procedure. The same thing happens in most state legislatures. However, 3 states are trending in the other direction. New Hampshire, Illinois and California actually cut legislative
Updated 07-20-2012 at 02:45 PM by Keith and stuff
I would love for people to do this for all 50 states. So far, it has only been done for 1 state, NH
Senators ranked in order of how pro-liberty they are:
1. James Forsythe (R District 4 Strafford) (Endorsed Ron Paul) A+
2. Raymond White (R District 9 Bedford) (Endorsed Ron Paul) A
3. Fenton Groen (R District 6 Rochester) A-
3. Andy Sanborn (R District 7 Henniker) (Endorsed Ron Paul) A-
5. Tom DeBlois (R District 18 Manchester) B+
5. Chuck Morse