The Rule of Law: 8 Principles of Government

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 […]

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 […]

Rule of Law: Creator Endowed Rights

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 […]

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 […]

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. […]

The 3 Most Abused Clauses in the Constitution

Question: What would make the biggest difference in the opportunity Rep. Flores (Tx-17) has as chairman of the Republican Study Committee to advance a conservative social and economic agenda? Answer: An appreciation of the original intent of the 3 most abused clauses in the Constitution:  The Interstate Commerce Clause  The Necessary and Proper Clause  The […]

A conservative social and economic agenda—our goal also!

It is our responsibility as citizens [ref]i.e., it is our Creator-endowed self-interest[/ref] to make clear to our elected representatives that they perform their first duty — to protect our Creator-endowed rights from oppression by the established government. Such protection is accomplished only by focused adherence to the Rule of Law. “A conservative social and economic agenda.” Watch closely Bill Flores, our U.S.Representative […]

A brief compliation of principles of republican philosophy

The Bryan/College Station Tea Party has taught the principles of little ‘r’ republicanism as a means to remind everyone how to restore the Republic. Frank Kuchar is an example of the kind of candidate necessary to restore our national and state Republics – a candidate guided by fixed principles.  Frank references great republican leaders in […]

Advancing the Conservative Agenda

In a recent Town Hall interview Rep. Flores spoke about his plans as the next Republican Study Committee (RSC) Chair. Flores broke down five issues he believes members of the RSC will be taking the lead on during the 114th Congress: We need to provide economic opportunity for hardworking American families, we need to have a strong […]

Rule of Law: The Duty of a Representative

The current defiance of many Texas State Representatives to respect the will of the people in regards to the election of the Speaker of the House offers another opportunity to teach the principles of the American Rule of Law. This is the 4th lesson: The Rule of Law. Restatement: The purpose of government is stated […]

Action Item: NO MORE STRAUS

The Bryan/College Station Tea Party continues to appeal to our two local State Representatives to make the decision to vote according to the principles of The Rule of Law in the process of selecting the next Speaker of the House. Conservatives adhere to fixed principles of truth and morality. Therefore, ALL conservatives are moved to disgust […]

How To Regain Constitutional Lawfulness

Worldview Matters – On which foundation do you depend? In a recent post at The Imaginative Conservative, essayist Brian Miller* explained how accepting a false premise quickly degenerates into actions that rather than solving problems, only escalates and empowers those very problems threatening the social fabric of our community. In supposedly “making progress” the devastating […]

Never too early – or late – when it’s time to learn

Why spend time learning, when action is what is required? Such thinking is not new to mankind. I’ve often promoted the need for those in the Tea Party Movement to learn good apologetics – the ability to defend the existence of God as a part of rational understanding of all things created – simply because […]

A congratulations and caution to Brazos County Republicans

The National Message – STOP OBAMA! The Bryan/College Station Tea Party is elated from the national message of STOP OBAMA! that swept across the States and through out the political ticket. From dog catcher to Governors, the voice of We The People was a resounding rejection of the Democratic Party’s and President Obama’s agenda of […]

Update: Citizens for Wellborn – 10-2014

Below is an informative newsletter from Jane Cohen, Citizens for Wellborn President. It is very important for all citizens in the Bryan/College Station community to be aware of specific events directly affecting the Creator-endowed rights of our neighbors. James Madison in Federalist 10 explains the necessity of the larger community to foster a respect for the […]

Rule of Law: Compliance produces a Republic.

Lawlessness to the Creator’s Rule of Law will never produce a Republic. This is third in a continuing series explaining the principles of the Rule of Law. A lawless game is not the equal of the real game.   In continuing our Monopoly game explanation of the Rule of Law, it was noted in The […]

The Rule of Law: No Neutral Ground

This is the second article in a series explaining the Rule of Law. In the first article, we established the principle that we are either in compliance with the Rule of Law or we are in a lawless state. [The Rule of Law: Compliance or Lawlessness] Now we will examine the principle that there is […]

The Rule of Law: Compliance or Lawlessness

To appreciate the principles of governing according to The Rule of Law we must accept that in every point we are either in compliance, or in a state of lawlessness. There is no neutral ground. Monopoly Game example: We all know the card: “Go to jail. Go Directly to Jail. Do not pass GO! Do […]

Appeal to Brazos County State Representatives

“Throughout most of human history, the rules by which life was governed were usually determined by force and fraud: he who had the power—whether military strength or political dominance—made the rules. The command of the absolute monarch or tyrannical despot was the rule and had the coercive force of the law. Rulers made up false […]

The Dictionary Project Ready for 2014-15

A special message from Debbie Pipes: An apppreciating community thrives when it sends a clear message of civic honor. Would you like a chance for your voice to be heard and your values to be felt right here in our own community? Believe it or not, being a part of giving dictionaries to Brazos County third graders […]