Monday, April 9, 2018

Mueller's Ongoing Outrageous Witch Hunt

This is getting beyond ridiculous.

Special Prosecutor Mueller has raided the offices of President Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen.

Evidently Mueller is looking for information on the purported payment from Cohen to porn star Stormy Daniels. And anything else he can possibly find.

How would that have anything to do with Mueller's original mandate to investigate possible collusion between the President and Russia?

Mueller is truly pushing the boundaries of his legal role beyond anything we have seen in American history.

He is blatantly engaging in a partisan witch hunt, evidently with the approval of Rod Rosenstein and even Jeff Sessions. When will our Attorney General realize that his recusal does not mean that he can stand by and allow this farce to continue. When will Rosenstein be fired?

President Trump's attorneys, aides, and advisors insist that Mueller cannot be fired by the President. Why not? The Department of Justice is part of the executive branch, which is, after all, under the purview of the President of the United States. They serve his administration, not the other way around.

It is time to clean house. In the White House there are leakers. In the deep state there are still never-Trump activists. And in the Department of Justice and the FBI, there are determined enemies of President Trump who have and seem to still be plotting ways to overthrow his election.

Pray for President Trump and his ability to defeat this multi-tentacled enemy.

Denise McNamara for Vice Chair

As our current Vice Chairman Amy Clark has announced her decision to retire at the end of her term, we will be electing a new vice chair for the next two years at our state convention.

Our rules dictate that if a male chairman is elected, the vice chairman must be a female.

James Dickey, our current Chairman, has done an outstanding job in his short tenure, and he will be running for re-election at this next convention.

At the request of many friends throughout the state, I have decided to throw my hat in the ring for Vice Chair. And I'm doing it somewhat earlier than the last time I ran. Instead of three days, I'm giving myself eight weeks. :)

There may well be other candidates, but thus far there are none of which I'm aware.

At this last weekend's SREC meeting, I received great support and encouragement from many of our SREC members, and I thank them all.

Please let me know if I can count on your support. My cell is 972-795-5118, and my email is

I look forward to hearing from you all.

James Dickey for State Chair

This past weekend I had the privilege of carrying the proxy of SREC Committeewoman Virginia Prodan to the quarterly meeting in Austin.

Chairman Dickey gave his report to the members, and I will summarize it here:

  • 1,543,725 Republicans voted in our March 6 primary
  • $1.1 million in unrestricted cash raised by the RPT in the last 10 months
  • $548,484.13 in unrestricted cash on hand (20% more than two years ago)
  • 8998 delegates elected to our upcoming state convention
  • RPT knocked on 23,000 doors to support tax reform
  • Our Texas convention has three times the number of delegates as the Republican National Convention
  • Texas has the largest political convention in the United States
  • 3862 candidates are on our November ballot

In short, the Republican Party of Texas is on the right trajectory in both voters and funds. Chairman Dickey has proven himself to be an excellent fundraiser, a fair and transparent leader, and a positive and effective chairman.

Please join me in endorsing James Dickey for State Chairman. Go to to learn more and add your name to his list of supporters.

Thursday, April 5, 2018

Governor Abbott, President Trump Protect Our Border

Thank you, Governor Abbott, for protecting our border. Karl Rove was just commenting that he disagrees with President Trump’s statement that he is sending the National Guard to protect our border. Karl, we know you and your buddy, Low-Energy Jeb, would love to welcome any and all illegals into our country. We disagree. Thankfully, President Trump and Governor Abbott are working to protect us.

Monday, April 2, 2018

Rosenstein Memo Surfaces - Shows Collusion with Mueller

Attorney Gregg Jarrett is always spot on. Not only should these two traitors resign, they should be fired.
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Guns are Inanimate Objects

What with all the David Hogg news and organized anti-gun protests, now seems like a good time to review a few facts.

Guns do not kill people.

If we make guns illegal, that will only affect law-abiding citizens’ ability to purchase guns.

If guns are illegal, criminals will still have guns. Why? Because they are criminals.

If a criminal wants to murder someone, he or she will find a way to do it, whether it is with a gun, or a knife, or a vehicle, etc.

Whenever a venue is a gun-free zone, criminals are emboldened to attack with - you guessed it - guns.

So in summary, taking guns (inanimate objects) away from the good folks who aren’t murderers will leave the bad folks free to kill even more people.

Note that I said “bad folks” are the ones that kill people, not guns.

So...our children need to have secure schools. How do we secure our schools? The same way that we secure Congress, the White House, airports, and the courthouse: armed security guards (good guys with guns to stop the bad guys with guns.”

The end.