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Light Dawns for Unborn Poor in Austin

Dec 10th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Lead Story

Some time around 1974 the City of Austin began turning out the lights on the unborn poor.  Tonight the light shines a bit brighter for them.  Most would count tonight a great loss.  I count it as the small step toward shining the light on a dark part of Austin in need of more exposure.
This [...]



City of Austin Termination Services

Dec 4th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Lead Story

I hope that title stirs your imagination.  There are all kinds of services provided by the City of Austin.  Most of them are legitimate for a civil community.  Yet, we’ve recently come to realize that some of the “services” provided by the City of Austin are more like a hit man contract from the City of [...]



TakeUp Your Healthcare

Aug 12th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Lead Story

Kingdom Warriors,
  The Left and supporters of MoveOn.org continue to herald the Secular Progressive / Humanist agenda and it is time for you and I to Take Up!  MoveOn .Org is planning to make a showing at the Texas Medical Association’s townhall meetings that are coming up quickly all across our Great State.
  Your voice is needed [...]



Corporations Destroying Free Market Healthcare

Jun 30th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

Statement: Contemporary corporate and institutional healthcare plans in the United States work against free market forces and subsidize poor health in America.
Hypothesis: Large risk pools associated with corporations and institutions remove the financial consequences of risky behaviors that lead to poor health, higher healthcare demand, and higher healthcare cost.
Free Market Healthcare Facts:

Less demand for healthcare [...]



It’s morality, stupid!

Mar 21st, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

The loud and hollow echo of Bill Clinton, “it’s the economy, stupid”, has drawn a fresh new meaning in recent months. What is the root of our economic woes? Dems say it’s a lack of regulation on those bad old businesses. The GOP says it’s too much regulation and taxation from the bad ole gov’ment. [...]



Honorable Men Close Their Eyes for This Stuff

Feb 16th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

Maybe, I’m delusional. Maybe, I expect too much. Maybe, I’m just another right-wing kook. Maybe, I just don’t understand what is honorable and right.
The Founding Patriots likely had far greater character than I have ever sought or can even comprehend. Many of them had educations that put mine to total shame. When I think of [...]



Bias Against Life

Jan 29th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

I saw a story or two on this last week.  Now, you can see the video for yourself.  In a WorldNetDaily exclusive commentary John Cashill documents the bias that turns news into non-news; the machine that deliberately publishes lies instead of truth.  Cashill shows hundreds of thousands marching in Washington D.C. at the 2009 March for [...]



TFN Flies Blue Flag

Jan 16th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

The so called “Texas Freedom Network” (TFN) reveals their true blue colors once again.  This time they are waving the banner of scientific opinion on evolutionary origins.  TFN has published a survey on what Texas scientists think about Creation/Evolution education for the 21st Century.
The TFN survey is now being waived in front of mainstream pastors and policy-makers in [...]



Kool-Aid for the Texas GOP

Jan 8th, 2009 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

It has been said, that “as goes Texas, so goes the nation”. Friends, those days are numbered. Few states have been successful doing what Texas has done, and now Texas is following the nation, including some in the Texas GOP. Today, Texas is a bright shinning star of Conservatism amidst the United States. That may [...]



Conservative Interest

Dec 17th, 2008 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

They say, “Hindsight is 20/20”, but I’m nearly going blind. Sometimes it takes a lot of hind sight to get perspective. We’ll see what folks are saying in twenty years about the many unique events witnessed in the 2008 presidential bid. For now, the missing element in the conservative movement is still large and gaping [...]



Change it Back

Dec 8th, 2008 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

Surely you agree with something in the Obama agenda.  Tell me it is not possible that you reject everything the President-Elect is proposing.  There is at least one area that gets me excited and gives me hope.  That is government accountability / eliminating wasteful spending.
 
The Dems and GOP both purport to carry this mantle.  Neither [...]



The Un-Holy Black Alliance

Nov 3rd, 2008 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

I need you to walk a mile in their shoes.  I know. Bear with me for a minute.  Many of you are church leaders or pastors.  Put yourself in the role of a church leader on the Southside of Chicago, more specifically Trinity United Church of Christ.
Your church was founded in 1961, opening its doors [...]



The Candidates and the Missing Question

Oct 29th, 2008 | By brent_bullock | Category: Blog

Maybe it has escaped your notice.  Maybe the missing question accurately reflects the reality of our nation.  Maybe we’re timid and afraid to speak up.  Maybe we are ashamed.
Concluding the long and grueling Presidential primaries we nominated the Marxist and the Moderate, and were left looking for the Missing Candidate.  (See http://politicalhope.blogspot.com/2008/06/marxist-moderate-missing-candidate.html).  Conservatives all across [...]