This class will use the book The Handbook for We the People as its guide. Each participant/couple/family will receive a copy of this book. Saturday, January 14 from 9am – 3pm NEW Location: Brazos GOP Headquarters 1640 Briarcrest Dr. STE 122 (across from Planet Fitness) Bryan, TX 77802 + Google Map The cost is $25, which includes […]
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).
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
If you would like some suggestions on questions to ask Congressman Flores, the Texas Congressional District 17 Coalition has provided these sample questions as a guide, and tips so you can craft your own questions.
We want to see YOU at the next Bryan/College Station Tea Party Meeting! Thursday, May 15 6:00PM eat & greet 6:30PM meeting C&J BBQ in Bryan, TX (1010 S Texas Ave) At our May 15 meeting we’ll be joined by other local Tea Party groups from our Congressional District (CD) 17. The purpose of this meeting is to network with […]
The Bryan/College Station Tea Party does NOT support the plan referred to as: Conservative Immigration Reform. We view the Republican Party Leadership’s focus on illegal immigration reform as complete reactionary politics.
Americans for Prosperity ranks members of Congress based on their votes for economic freedom. Therefore, it is such a disappointment to once again discover that the Texas Republican Delegation in Washington, D.C. is not on the vanguard of defense of economic freedom, but instead the cow’s tail of status quo politics. Spend some time investigating the […]
The B/CS Tea Party rejects the HR 325 No Budget, No Pay Act as being unconstitutional (27th Amendment), and yet another example of trying to use human nature to fight human nature, rather than doing so with right constitutional principles.
The Bryan/College Station Tea Party applauds our Congressman, Rep. Bill Flores, for his NO vote on the Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Bill. On Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013 the Congress of the United States voted whether Congress should give taxpayer money to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy – HR 152. Some might portray this to […]
Big changes are in store for the Bryan/College Station Tea Party. We are moving our monthly meeting to the 2nd Thursday of the month, so that we can also attend the Republican Executive Board meeting which meets the 1st Thursday of each month. Our campaign to fill Republican Party precinct chairs was hugely successful. Thanks […]
Sometimes it’s the little things that can make a big difference. Sometimes it’s a little thing that gives indication that your voice is actually considered. It is to this end that the Bryan/College Station Tea Party is requesting that you call our TX 17 Representative, Bill Flores in regards to a silly bill staged for a House […]
American For Prosperity posts a Lame Duck Primer The 112th Congress’s lame duck session presents several threats to economic freedom. From billions in new and higher taxes to Congress going back on its agreement to finally reduce spending, the biggest fiscal issues are all in play right now. Read more at: Americans for Prosperity. Be sure […]
“The federal government has issued over 41,000 pages of new Rules & Regulations so far this year. Of these, 167 are deemed ‘economically significant’, meaning each of them will cost the American economy $100 million or more during each year…”