By KELLY GOOCH, Staff Writer, Tyler Morning Telegraph, Tyler, TX March 27, 2010 A possible lawsuit challenging the new health care legislation is in the works and Grassroots America-We the People is launching an effort to oppose amnesty for illegal immigrants, the nonpartisan group announced Friday. JoAnn Fleming, executive director of GAWTP, said Grassroots is looking at collaborating with an undisclosed organization in Texas to file the lawsuit in federal court on behalf of individual Texans because it feels the health care legislation "infringes on personal liberty." Click on Read more... below for complete article.
March 29, 2010
From JoAnn Fleming, GAWTP Executive Director The sun came up today, but we have suffered a tremendous loss of Liberty. We will fight on! If the Senate Parliamentarian or the President of the Senate (Vice-President Joe Biden) overrules the long list of amendments and points of order regarding reconciliation by Senate Republicans in their last effort to force Obamacare back to the House, we will soon experience the devastating effects of this unconstitutional power grab. We are not sitting around depending upon the success of the Republican Senators because the most radical elements of the Democratic Party and President Obama have clearly demonstrated that the Constitution is meaningless to them, that their definition of transparency is closed door meetings, deal-making, expensive give-aways, and outright lies. They will stop at nothing in their tyrannical power grab, but a vast majority of the American people will not willingly submit to the chains being fashioned by the radical Democrats and President Obama. We will not bow down! Click on Read more ... below for complete article.
March 23, 2010
The Power of Conservative Constitution Defending Voters … GAWTP endorsed candidates WIN Texas racesCongratulations Cary Nix, Smith County Commissioner, Precinct 2Karen Phillips, Smith County ClerkDavid Simpson, Texas State House, District 7Rick Green, Texas Supreme Court, Place 3Gary Alford, Justice of Peace, Precinct 2 And thank you to all GAWTP members who helped these candidates in …
March 3, 2010
Based upon candidate interviews and answers to candidate questionnaires, the Board of Directors of Grassroots America -- We the People announces its second round of endorsements for the following races: Click below on Read more... below.
February 28, 2010
Governor: Reject Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison; Governor Perry vs. Debra Medina - no endorsement based on record and issues analysis. See detailed analysis on web site. Texas House District 7 - David Simpson Texas Senate District 2 - Sharon Russell 241st State District Judge - no endorsement, failed to meet majority vote required Smith County Commissioner - Cary Nix Smith County Clerk - Karen Phillips Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 - no endorsement, failed to meet majority vote required Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 - pending scheduling of candidate forum Other Texas House races and State Judicial races under review Click below to read detailed explanations
February 19, 2010
When: January 16, 2010 … 2pm – 5pmLocation: Texas State Capitol Building- South StepsOrganized By: No Single Organizer…. all grassroots for freedom are showing up! Austin is expecting 5000 – 10,000 people that day. Texas State Rep Leo Berman, District 6, one of the featured speakers. Event Description:Austin Rally to encourage Governor Perry to call …
January 1, 2010
U.S. Congressman Louie Gohmert, Texas 1st District, is calling for the removal of homosexual activist Jennings now heading America's 'safe schools' office (see letter with 53 Congressional signatures addressed to President Obama)Posted: December 07, 2009 by Bob Unruh WorldNetDaily More than four dozen members of Congress have signed a letter to President Obama urging the removal of Kevin Jennings, the pro-homosexual activist appointed to head the nation's office of safe schools. The campaign (click here to download letter) is available online under the website StopJennings.org. The site tells why signers believe Jennings is unfit for the office. WND reported last week that books promoted for children by the homosexual advocacy organization Jennings founded, the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network, include descriptions on child molestation, adult-child sex, explicit descriptions of sex acts and tales of cruising restrooms for sex. Among the book titles recommended for children are "Queer 13," "Passages of Pride," "Growing Up Gay/Growing Up Lesbian," "In Your Face," "Mama's Boy, Preacher's Son" and "Love & Sex: Ten Stories of Truth."
December 9, 2009
'Sex acts between preschoolers' among subjects of books backed by openly 'gay' Obama adviser By Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily A new report is raising alarms that the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network, a homosexual advocacy organization founded by Kevin Jennings, now head of the U.S. Office of Safe Schools for the Obama administration, is recommending XXX-rated sex writings for children as young as preschoolers. "We were unprepared for what we encountered. Book after book after book contained stories and anecdotes that weren't merely X-rated and pornographic, but which featured explicit descriptions of sex acts between preschoolers; stories that seemed to promote and recommend child-adult sexual relationships; stories of public masturbation, anal sex in restrooms, affairs between students and teachers, five-year-olds playing sex games, semen flying through the air," said the report.
December 7, 2009
SOMETHING IN THE AIRCapitol to be filled with livid AmericansCitizens return to D.C. to warn Congress, 'Keep your hands off my health care' Posted: November 02, 2009 By Chelsea Schilling © 2009 WorldNetDailyLawmakers are calling on Americans to storm the Capitol on Thursday in an "Emergency House Call on Congress" to stop the House from passing the Democrats' health-care bill this week. A group of legislators led by Reps. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and Pete Hoekstra, R-Mich., will be holding an emergency town-hall meeting outside the Capitol at 12 p.m. to protest the health-care bill set to hit the House floor. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has indicated that a vote on the bill could take place as soon as Thursday. Bachmann told WND she is urging citizens to come to Washington and "pay an emergency House call to Congress." "This is the most effective way we have to kill socialized medicine and to do it this week," she said. "Nothing is more effective at reaching a congressman than having a citizen come to Washington, D.C. – not asking for a handout, not asking for tax money, not asking to take some liberty away from somebody else, but just asking for freedom." Read complete story ... http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=114846
November 3, 2009