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 […]

Guest Editorial: Our Future, Our Challenge: God or Tyranny?

Mary Sue Ribardo received a standing ovation upon conclusion of this speech. We hope you, too are moved to action in defense of our Creator-endowed rights as our community and nation move further into the fatally flawed worldview of democracy. Democracy’s tyranny of the 51% produces the irrational belief – might makes right – which in increasing […]

Vetting Candidates by the Constitution, Criterion 4: Restoring Balance of Power

Why must civil government maintain a balance of power? A republic can only experience success if there exists Balance of Power within the government. As Madison points out in Federalist 10, the greatest threat to liberty is our own human nature. The influence of our human nature guided by our opinion remains the constant source […]

2013 Election and Texas Constitution Proposition Thoughts

The BCS Tea Party mission is to Teach, Empower, and Act and with this charge to promote the principles of liberty and prosperity as enumerated in the United States Constitution.  This mission is centered on issues and ideas not on personalities or candidates seeking positions of leadership.  We believe that a truthful examination of issues […]

Learning Little ‘r’ republican Outreach

Demagogues of Little ‘d’ democracy Always Promote Tyranny In previous posts we have learned the facts about how little ‘d’ democracy is the actual threat to liberty. Every democratic group leader’s success depends on his ability to promise his group that he will use his authority to make non-group members submit to the desires of […]

Do You Have What It Takes to be a Little “r” Republican Volunteer?

The Bryan/College Station Tea Party is organized like any other republican organization. Those who accept a position of responsibility are then reciprocated with a voice in setting the agenda of the organization. Republicanism honors a code of responsibility in which a position of responsibility accepted is rewarded with further responsibility. Why the B/CS Tea Party […]