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More Police State Surveillance: Courtesy of the Pentagon ~ but its to keep you safe right?

Reprinted with permission Jeremiah Johnson May 22nd, 2018 There was an article by Joseph Marks of Nextgov published on 5/16/18 that was neither picked up by the larger news networks nor kept in view for long. The article is entitled The Pentagon Has a Big Plan to Solve Identity Verification in Two Years, and here is a portion of it: The Defense Department is funding a project that officials say could revolutionize the way companies, federal agencies and the military itself verify that people are who they say they are …

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$PECIAL DI$TRICT BUREAUCRAT HELP$ HIM$ELF

  How a South Texas bureaucrat became a multimillionaire amid the rush to build a border fence by Kiah Collier, The Texas Tribune, T. Christian Miller, ProPublica and Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune, The Texas Tribune Dec. 29, 2017 Editor’s note: This story has been updated. EDINBURG — A decade ago, Congress gave officials at the Department of Homeland Security a year to build 60 miles of fence in the Rio Grande Valley to protect the Texas-Mexico border. They faced determined resistance. Political leaders denounced the border fence as wasteful …

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This is already Houston’s “worst flood.” It’s only going to get worse.

by Kiah Collier, Neena Satija, Edgar Walters and Shannon Najmabadi, The Texas Tribune Aug. 27, 2017 HOUSTON — As the sun set Sunday on a flood-ravaged Houston, a nagging uncertainty surrounding Tropical Storm Harvey’s next move persisted. Even 24 hours earlier, no one knew exactly how much rain the storm would bring to the sprawling metropolitan area. But meteorologists’ worst case scenario ended up coming true: Harvey strengthened and dumped as much as 22 inches of rain in certain areas throughout the night and into Sunday evening, flooding countless homes, …

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SWANSON’S HB 1050 NEEDS TO BECOME LAW

Freshman State Representative Valoree Swanson has introduced a bill to abolish property tax in Texas. In other words put an end to the on going destruction by the state of the inheritance you are meant to pass on to your children ( Proverbs 13:22) . Save your homestead.         According to Swanson – This bill will repeal property taxes in Texas, also known as ad valorem taxes, on January 1, 2022. This legislation will grant a reasonable period of five years, including two future legislative sessions, for …

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Texas rep placed under state protection after filing bill to ban abortions

Texas rep placed under state protection after filing bill to ban abortions by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune  Jan. 30, 2017 State Rep. Tony Tinderholt, R-Arlington, has been placed under the protection of the Texas Department of Public Safety after receiving death threats following his filing of a bill to criminalize abortion in Texas. “Representative Tinderholt and his family have received multiple death threats leading to his family being placed under DPS protection on multiple occasions,” Micah Cavanaugh, Tinderholt’s chief of staff, said in a statement Monday. “Specifics to the …

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Where is the Remnant in the Texas House of Representatives?

From CRTXNEWS By Jared Woodfill The remnant is a recurring theme throughout the Bible.   One Bible dictionary defines it as, “What is left of a community after it undergoes a disaster.”  Throughout the Bible, God looks for a remnant when a nation has abandoned its Judeo-Christian foundation. Last week Texas House members opened the 85th Legislative Session with a vote for the next Speaker of the Texas House.  Unlike past legislative sessions, every Republican locked arms with every Democrat to support Joe Straus by a margin of 150 for, 0 …

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