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Sikh Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal remembered as “all that is good” By Stacy Fernández, The Texas Tribune Oct. 2, 2019 “Sikh Deputy Sandeep Dhaliwal remembered as “all that is good”” was first published by The Texas Tribune, a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. CYPRESS — In 2009, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office started recruiting members of the Sikh community after a Sikh family whose home was burglarized said they were harassed by deputies. Sandeep Dhaliwal, …

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FAKE ROAD BLOCK ~ Commissioner’s Bid to End 242 Tolls Wrongly Falls Flat

April 8, 2018 Montgomery County Commissioners Court. Agenda Item 16 CONSIDER, DISCUSS AND TAKE ACTION ON 242 FLYOVERS RELATING TO THE REMOVAL OF TOLLS AND TXDOT ASSUMING RESPONSIBILITY OF ONE AND/OR BOTH FLYOVERS. Agenda item 16 on the subject of eliminating tolls drew yielded supporting pleas in public comment and drew higher than average discussion in Commissioners court today. Those in support of ending tolls were Commissioner Clark and Commissioner Noack. Commissioner Meador knocked the idea down immediately arguing he would possibly agree if the project was complete but that …

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Who Wants War with Iran — and Why?

By Patrick J. Buchanan In the run-up to Christmas, President Donald Trump has been the beneficiary of some surprisingly good news and glad tidings. Sunday, Vladimir Putin called to thank him and the CIA for providing Russia critical information that helped abort an ISIS plot to massacre visitors to Kazan Cathedral in St. Petersburg. Monday found polls showing Trump at his highest in months. Stocks soared 200 points at the opening bell in anticipation of pre-Christmas passage of the Republican tax bill. The Dow has added a record 5,000 points …

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What the textbooks don’t tell you about Lincoln and the War

americanvision.org Dr. Joel McDurmon Nov 29, 2017 One thing that has become clear to me while writing and reviewing all of this slavery and Civil War history stuff is that there sure are a lot of myths and lies in the old history textbooks! For real tho. It is, of course, exactly as you have heard and probably experienced yourself: the textbooks never tell you the whole story. They leave out how the North was racist, how Lincoln bent the Constitution, how the North didn’t go to war to free …

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Judge Moore & God’s Law

buchanan.org/blog/judge-moore-gods-law-127700 9/28/2017 By Patrick J. Buchanan When elected chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court in 2000, Judge Roy Moore installed in his courthouse a monument with the Ten Commandments that Moses brought down from Mount Sinai carved into it. Told by a federal court his monument violated the separation of church and state, Moore refused to remove it and was suspended — to become famous as “The Ten Commandments Judge.” Roy Moore is now the Republican candidate for the Senate from Alabama, having routed Sen. Luther Strange, whom President …

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Constitution Day – 2017

By Daniel New 17 September 2017 The Constitution, we are told, is the Supreme Law of the Land. Every elected official takes an oath to support and defend that Constitution, “against all enemies, foreign or domestic.” What do you think are the odds that your elected or appointed representatives have even read the Constitution, one time? Ever? What do you think are the odds that your elected or appointed representatives have ever attended a seminar or a course on the subject of what that document says and meant at the …

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