San Angelo Tea Party, Inc.

West Texans for Constitutionally-Limited Government


Steve Mild, San Angelo City Emergency Management Coordinator will be the guest speaker at the Tuesday, April ,28, San Angelo Tea Party meeting.









San Angelo City Elections

April 27, 2015 - First day of early voting by personal appearance.

May 9, 2015 - Election Day.

Candidates:

Mayor – Dwain Morrison and David Russell Nowlin.

District 2 – Marty Self.

District 4 – Andrew Justis and Lucy Gonzales.

District 6 – Charlotte Farmer.




  Do you know what is going on in Austin?  

 Do you know who your representatives are?  

 Do you  know how your representatives vote?

  What bills are being voted on?  

 How do they affect you?   


Want to know?  


Visit http://www.westtexasvoice.com to sign up for updates and keep informed on the bills and votes in the 84th session of the Texas Legislature.  



















Texas Legislature

Bills Authored / Joint Authored

Sen. Charles Perry

84th Legislature Regular Session




Texas Legislature

Bills Authored / Joint Authored

Rep. Drew Darby

84th Legislature Regular Session



Link to Texas Tribune elected officials directory
http://www.texastribune.org/directory/


Please join us.  Unless otherwise noted, our meetings are held starting at 6:30 PM on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at the West Texas Training Center (Howard College),  3501 N. US Highway 67, San Angelo 76905

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The San Angelo Tea Party’s goal is to educate, motivate, and inspire our fellow citizens to actively participate in the political process. There are three basic principles that the San Angelo Tea Party believe. They are limited government, sovereignty of Texas and the United States of America, adhering to the original United States Constitution as written.

All meetings are open to the general public, everyone is welcome to attend. Meetings are the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays at 6:30 pm at the West Texas Training Center, Howard College, 3501 US Hwy 67, San Angelo, Texas















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  "All political power is inherent in the  people, and all free governments are  founded on their authority, and  instituted for their benefit."

      (Texas Constitution Article 1, Section 2)

FIRST AMENDMENT TUESDAY AT THE TEXAS CAPITOL!

Every Tuesday of the legislative session, join the "Life, Liberty & Property Coalition" at 9am at the Capitol La Quinta learn how to effectively petition and interact with your government. No RSVP is required!



TransPacific Partnership = Mass  Immigration


  “Because foreign treaties are the ‘law of  the  land,’ according to the U.S. Constitution,  any  provision governing our borders and  the flow of  immigrants could not be  overridden or even  modified by Congress. A  new president would be  able to reverse  Obama’s amnesty plan but not  the open-  border provisions of the TPP. The treaty  could lead to the effective repeal of the  specifically enumerated power granted to  Congress in Article 1 of the Constitution to  regulate immigration and naturalization.”

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 Hillsdale College Online Courses

 

Current Courses

The Federalist Papers


Written between October 1787 and August 1788, The Federalist Papers is a collection of newspaper essays written in defense of the Constitution. Writing under the penname Publius, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison, and John Jay explain the merits of the proposed Constitution, while confronting objections raised by its opponents. Thomas Jefferson described the work as “the best commentary on the principles of government, which ever was written.” This course will explore major themes of The Federalist Papers, such as the problem of majority faction, separation of powers, and the three branches of government.

A Proper Understanding of K-12 Education: Theory and Practice


The American Founders recognized the central importance of education for the inculcation of the kind of knowledge and character that is essential to the maintenance of free government. For example, the Northwest Ordinance of 1787 states, “Religion, morality, and knowledge, being necessary to good government and the happiness of mankind, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged.” This course will consider the older understanding of the purpose of education, the more recent Progressive approach that has become dominant today, and some essential elements of K-12 education.