Sovereignty

Sending Granny (and Gramps) to the Home

Author’s Note: This is the fourth in a series of articles about Nebraska’s Medicaid program, the Unicameral’s apparent intent to expand it, and the many reasons why expansion is an uncommonly bad idea. Although they don’t have to be read in order, here are links to the previously-published articles in the series: NE Medicaid Expansion:… more

People Don’t Walk Away From a Fool and His Money

Author’s Note: This is the third in a series of articles about Nebraska’s Medicaid program, the Unicameral’s apparent intent to expand it, and the many reasons why expansion is an uncommonly bad idea. Although they don’t have to be read in order, here are links to the previously-published articles in the series: NE Medicaid Expansion:… more

Janice Cookston
WeTexans.com Archives
originally http://wetexans.com/how-to-influence-state-law/
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Introducing the second publication in our How-To Guide series: We Texans How To Guide: Influence State Law Ladies and Gents of the great state of Texas: We are off to the races! The 83rd legislative session has begun.  Now, if you, like countless other liberty-minded Texans, were sorely disappointed in the “results” we got from our state house the last time our elected representatives gathered in Austin, then the questions is: What are you going … Continue reading

Janice Cookston
WeTexans.com Archives
originally http://wetexans.com/texas-second-ammendment-preservation-act/
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UPDATE: There is a provision in this bill that we believe effectively invalidates all its noble rhetoric.  Sec 46.16 (c)(4) provides a defense against prosecution. Surely all federal agents will argue that what they are doing is constitutional.  We Texans’ contributor Dwayne Stovall makes the following observation: Texas State Representative John Otto (District 18) filed H.B. 553, the “Second Amendment Preservation Act,” on January 17th.   “The Constitution was designed for times like these—when emotions run … Continue reading

In failing to give due consideration to the proper role of government, both our nation and our state are sliding down the proverbial slope towards what?  Less prosperity, lower productivity, higher unemployment, losses of freedom, insurmountable public burdens of debt just to name a few of the maladies associated with impoverished society and to which we are precipitously headed.  A prime example of this failure was highlighted in this past Sunday’s New York Times, “Lines … Continue reading