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May meeting: Border Invasion & the Texas Catch and Release Program

Thursday, May 21
6:00PM  eat & greet
6:30PM  meeting starts
C&J BBQ in Bryan, TX (1010 S Texas Ave)

Speaker: Ray Myers, Kaufman County Tea Party

Ray will give an overview of the cost of the illegal invasion on the citizens of Texas and the USA. We go into the facts of how Rick Perry and the House Leadership of our State Legislature are catering into the hands of the amnesty proponents. Ray will also go into the recent surge and the dog and pony show that was displayed on the southern Rio Grande. It will also discuss the future illegals from the Middle East (ISIS) and how the Obama administration plans to place them into our country.

Ray will also have a video displaying actual illegals coming into Rockwall County on buses from Mexico. This is very compelling – the pictures don’t lie. In conclusion, Ray will suggest a strategy being played in our State Legislature now with a plan to deal with the issue of the Federal Government – “NOT DOING ITS JOB!”

Ray Myers is from Forney, Texas. He’s founded the Kaufman County Tea Party. He has been featured by Neal Cavuto & Greta Van Susteren in DC fighting Obama Care. He is working with a team of State-wide leaders to implement a State Tea Party Communication Network called, “Saddle Up Texas”.

Reagan Day Dinner May 26

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Help the B/CS Tea Party sponsor some tables! The BCS Tea Party would like sponsor a few tables at the Brazos GOP 2015 Reagan Day Dinner May 26th. If you plan to go, or even if you already bought tickets, you can apply them to the Tea Party table and sit as a group. Email […]

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Carpool to statewide Tea Party rally

Carpool to Austin – Texas Statewide Tea Party Rally Wednesday, April 15 Do you need a ride? Can you offer a ride? 8:30AM – meet in the parking lot behind the Bryan HEB & Whataburger – park near the Tejas Center Pavilion 8:45AM – we’ll leave for Austin! 6:00PM – return home. Because many have […]

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April B/CS Tea Party Meeting

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Thursday, April 16 6:00pm  Eat & Greet!  Bring a friend with you! 6:30 – 8:00 PM Open mic night: share your tea party rally stories and/or other information.  RSVP on Facebook Fuddruckers– (corner of Harvey & George Bush Dr. College Station) New Location!  If we like this location we may start meeting here monthly, so please […]

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Town Hall Meeting: Congressman Bill Flores

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In-person Town Hall Meeting Thursday, April 9 6:00 – 7:00 PM Rudder High School – Margaret Rudder Auditorium 3251 Austin’s Colony Parkway – Bryan, TX Question must be written down, one question per person (details).

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Texas Tea Party Rally 2015

Texas Tea Party Rally 2015

Download the flyer WHO: All who support the tea party principles of Limited Government, Fiscal Sanity, Personal Responsibility, Rule of Law, and National and State Sovereignty, whether you belong to a group, attend meetings or not! Nearly 100 tea parties from around the state are participating! WHAT: First ever statewide tea party rally WHERE: South Steps of the […]

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Current Events

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(Editor’s note: Mary Sue presented the following at the Women’s Guild meeting tonight and at the Education meeting Tuesday.) 1. A student who said at the end of an announcements at a public school, “God Bless America.  Keep us safe” was reprimanded by his principal.  Some students reported the incident to the ACLU.  But after […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 3-8-14

In December, I was headed to a dentist appt. and on the radio, Houston congressman John Culberson (R- TX 7) was being interviewed and he was defending his vote FOR the Omnibus Bill, a massive budget funding bill, that feeds, not limits, a big-bloated government. The bill also would fund the Department of Homeland Security (and […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 2-22-14

Abe Lincoln, George Washington, Walt Disney, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and Steve Jobs.  What do they all have in common? None of them had a college degree. Scott Walker became governor of Wisconsin in 2010. In four short years, the Conservative governor has:  cut unemployment in Wisconsin substantially — it was […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 2-8-14

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We have such a wonderful country. Someone once said to me that every day we wake up in America … we won the lottery. I pray we can leave our future generations a country w the same liberties and opportunities we have enjoyed. Polls consistently show that a majority of Americans want less government – […]

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February meeting: How to Create a Revolution

Bryan College Station Tea Party meeting Thursday, February 19th 6:30 – 8:00pm  at C&J BBQ — 1010 South Texas Ave. Bryan, TX (large meeting room). 6-6:30pm – We have an eat-n-greet before the meeting. You can choose to buy your own dinner or you can just sit and visit with folks. 6:30pm – Meeting starts. Attire […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 2-1-14

Tom’s in the pulpit…Sports ..Public Debt..and Crony-Corporatism… maybe Tom’s stopped preachin’ and gone to meddlin’… Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest day for consumption of food and drink for Americans, behind Thanksgiving Day.  Dips and spreads are the top choice followed by chicken wings and pizza.  Dominos hopes to deliver 9 million pizzas.  An estimated […]

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The Rule of Law: 8 Principles of Government

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This lesson in the Rule of Law series is an excerpt from The Making of America: The Substance and Meaning of the Constitution, W. Cleon Skousen, The National Center for Constitutional Studies, 1985. pp.27-28. Thomas Jefferson’s “Ancient Principles” Discovery led to the Statement about Government in Declaration of Independence “By the time Jefferson had reached […]

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Invitation to Pizza and Politics: Learn about Common Core

To learn what’s happening in our schools: impact of Common Core and CSCOPE College Board determining what’s taught with SAT, GED and APUSH tests drive for progressive transformation of Texas education data mining to include behavior, fingerprints, parents’ religion, etc. students used as pawns in schemes of education leaders, You are invited to attend “Pizza […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 1-25-14

Tom’s in the pulpit…. Richmond, VA to our nation’s capital is about an hour and a half ride, depending on traffic. A real regret I have in our wonderful years we spent in Virginia, was not attending the annual March for Life in DC. The march is held on the anniversary of the Roe v […]

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Rule of Law: Creator Endowed Rights

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A Lesson from the Prophetess Deborah – Judges 4-5 The Rule of Law is the legal foundation of protection of our Creator-endowed rights. Our Declaration of Independence states: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are […]

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College Station City Council Meeting – Tonight 1/22/14

Please read this note from Paul Reiger, County Chair of Brazos County GOP and information from Marla Mathews, Joint Association of:  http://wwwoilandnaturalgasintexas.com and consider attending tonight’s College Station City Council Meeting.   College Station City Council Meeting 1/22 Executive Committee, I am forwarding you the attached information regarding the proposed fracking ordinance change in College Station.  The efforts to […]

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Rule of Law: 8 Methods to Evaluate Violations of the Rule of Law

This lesson is an excerpt from: Lawless America: What Happened to the Rule of Law by Bruce Frohnen. The purpose of the Rule of Law is to provide settled, enforceable rules, known by the people, which allow them to plan their lives according to those rules. 8 Points of violation of the Rule of Law Lon. J. […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 1-18-15

Tom’s Thoughts on the State of the Union address George Washington and John Adams delivered their State of the Union address in person while Thomas Jefferson sent written messages.  According to the Congressional Research Service, Jefferson’s action “was intended to simplify a ceremony that he believed to be an aristocratic imitation of the British monarch’s […]

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Tom’s Sunday Sermon – 1-11-14

From Tom Hammond: This is CNN. After the slaughtering of the 10 journalists in Paris — CNN allegedly issued a memo to staff detailing what types of images and words would be banned and what would be allowed. CNN referred to the radicals who slaughtered the journalists in France as “activists”. CNN journalist Chris Cuomo […]

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