Showing posts with label Texas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Texas. Show all posts

Saturday, September 5, 2015


HOUSTON, Texas — The funeral service for Harris County Deputy Darren Goforth was held 11 AM, Friday, September 4, 2015 at the 2nd Baptist Church on Woodway.
On August 28th, while in uniform, Deputy Goforth was putting gasoline in his Harris County Sheriff’s patrol car when he was shot at point blank range 15 times.
The first things you notice upon arriving at the church were the many trees with blue ribbons. There was a police helicopter high above the church. All parking lot area national flags were at half-staff. There were about 20 TV trucks in the parking lot. The funeral was a national event. It was truly a celebration of this man’s life.
Photo: Breitbart Texas/Bob Price
Photo: Breitbart Texas/Bob Price
Inside there was a full church. Deputy Goforth’s casket was in front of the church with a large American flag. There were 11,000 peace officers and supporters from coast to coast. 2nd Baptist Church has glorious stain glass windows. The main room seats 5,000 and the adjoining halls seat several thousand additional people. Many peace officers brought their family members.

The ceremony began with large screen photos of a loving Darren Goforth family. There were pictures of his wife Kathleen, his son Ryan and daughter Ava.
Since ancient Greek times the most noble act is to give your life in service of one’s county. Deputy Goforth gave his life in service of our community.
Photo: Breitbart Texas/Bob Price
Photo: Breitbart Texas/Bob Price

Members of the local Sheriff and police departments began by noting the community outpouring of support. Darren’s children now have 4,000 surrogate parents, said the Sheriff’s Office chaplain. They have lost their father. The officers delivering the eulogy explained how Darren was well liked, hardworking, and effective. He loved humor and he was a genuine person.
Then Dr. Ed Young of 2nd Baptist delivered the Message. He began with a reading from Exodus. The passaged noted priests in ancient Israel wore blue as a symbol of authority. Dr. Young looked out and pointed to the sea of blue in the audience. Then he referred to the Lord’s Prayer when we asked “to be delivered from evil.” “Deliver” is an interesting world since it means to protect and save, he explained.
There is no definition of “evil” in Webster’s the pastor said. Dr. Young’s definition of evil is “anything that conflicts with the purpose of God.”
“The good news is that evil cannot win!!” he promised. He continued, explaining that peace officers’ job description is to deliver us from evil. What is horrendous is now evil is attacking the blue uniform in the death of Deputy Goforth. Now is time for healing, not revenge. Go out and service, protect, and deliver us from evil.
Harris County Sheriff's Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute.
Harris County Sheriff’s Honor Guard fires a 21-gun salute.
We then went outside. Dismissal with a rifle salute and departure of the funeral cortege. When the ceremony ended dark clouds arrived and there was a light rain after the ceremony.

Sunday, August 30, 2015

Black Lives Matter Protesters Chant: ‘Pigs In A Blanket, Fry ‘Em Like Bacon’

Black Lives Matter: 'Pigs In A Blanket, Fry 'Em Like Bacon' | The Daily Caller
Black Lives Matter protesters marching on the Minnesota state fair on Saturday spewed violent anti-cop rhetoric just hours after a Harris County, Tex. sheriff’s deputy was ambushed and executed at a Houston-area gas station.
“Pigs in a blanket, fry ’em like bacon,” activists with the St. Paul, Minn. branch of Black Lives Matter chanted while marching behind a group of police officers down a highway just south of the state fair grounds.
Carrying signs reading “End White Supremacy” and “Black Lives Matter,” the protesters railed against racial inequality, the criminal justice system and policing. Besides issuing the chant calling cops by the pejorative “pig,” the protesters repeated the names of several blacks who have been killed by police in recent years.
The activists sang out the violent chorus chant just hours after a lone gunman shot 47-year-old Harris County sheriff’s deputy Darren Goforth while he was getting gas. The suspect approached the 10-year veteran from behind at around 8:30 p.m. Friday and shot him in the back of the head. He then shot Goforth several more times as he lay on the ground.
Goforth leaves behind a wife and two children.

Mexico Warns Texas on Not Issuing Birth Certificates to Illegals' Babies

Image: Mexico Warns Texas on Not Issuing Birth Certificates to Illegals' Babies
The refusal of some Texas counties to issue birth certificates for children born to undocumented parents could threaten the state's relationship with Mexico, the Mexican government warns.

The notice comes in a brief filed in support of illegal immigrant parents who are suing Texas after being denied birth certificates for their U.S.-born children – even after providing ID cards, known as "matricula," issued by the Mexican Consulate, Fox News Latino reports. 

The Texas Tribune reports some Texas county registrars won't accept the consulate-issued identification because it isn't considered reliable. 

Some Texas counties were accepting the consulate ID cards until recently, when they were ordered to stop by the Texas state health services department, the Tribune reports.

"[It] not only jeopardizes their dignity and well-being, but could threaten the unique relationship between Mexico and Texas," the Mexican government said in a brief tied to a lawsuit filed against the state by Texas Civil Rights Project and Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid.

The suit against Texas was filed on behalf of six children who are U.S. citizens and their undocumented parents, who are from Mexico, Honduras and Guatemala, the Texas Tribune reports. The families argue Texas is violating the 14th amendment, among other things.

"Our argument isn't 'yes matrícula, no matrícula,'" attorney Jennifer Harbury, who represents the families, told the Tribune. "The argument is 'what will you take that people can actually get?' They have to take something. [The children] were born here. They are U.S. citizens."
The brief also claims denying the children U.S. birth certificates blocks their claims to Mexican citizenship; a child born to Mexican parents has that right but must show proof of identity, the Tribune reports. 

Wednesday, August 19, 2015


School Bus Beating

A Dallas area school bus driver beaten by 7th and 8th grade students is finally speaking out. The assault was captured on surveillance a video that has surfaced from last February. The driver is now, asking officials to press criminal charges and he has hired an attorney.

The security footage is from February 12. It went public because of an unidentified concerned citizen who was upset that no criminal investigation was underway in the vicious attack on Richardson Independent School District (ISD) bus driver George Diaz, 63.
It shows a handful of middle school aged students punching and pushing Diaz backwards down the steps and out of the bus, according to the KDFW-4 video below.
Before the incident, Diaz was on his route, carrying students from Forest Meadow Jr. High School in Lake Highlands. Then, a student threw a Dr. Pepper bottle towards the back of his head. The bottle missed its target but hit the windshield instead. Diaz pulled over and stopped the bus. He then stood at the front of the aisle. All of this was captured on tape.
The security cameras installed on public school buses only provide video. The visibly heated words that were exchanged between Diaz and some agitated students could not be heard in the video recording.
Diaz picked up a two-way radio and appeared to be alerting dispatch to the events. He later told the local FOX affiliate that he was calling for help from his employer, Dallas County Schools (DCS), the transportation company. Diaz said that his DCS dispatcher told him that company police were on the way.
However, seconds later, several male juveniles appeared to rush Diaz, who exchange shoves with one student. That erupted into the student throwing punches at the elderly bus driver and grandfather of six. Other male students jumped in and swung at the driver.
Diaz also swung once and missed, falling backwards down the bus steps. Several of these same students continued to kick, knock and push him through the bus doors and onto the ground. KDFW-4 also reported that other students got out of the bus “jockeying for position trying to get a good view of the violent attack.”
Diaz told the TV news outlet that a woman finally saw what happened and intervened.
Following the altercation, Diaz asked dispatch if he could drop off the rest of the kids on board. DCS police never showed up, he said.
The school district, Richardson ISD, said three students were suspended after they learned of the attack. Diaz told FOX 4, suspension was not enough.

Friday, August 14, 2015

Some black lawmakers supporting disruptions at campaigns by BlackLivesMatter protesters

After Black Lives Matter protesters ended the rally of Bernie Sanders supporters last Saturday, most responsible Democrats criticized the activists for interferring in the democratic process.

But several black lawmakers are taking a different view and are supporting the disruptions.
The activists have employed the controversial tactic of interrupting stump speeches and other public forums, which has drawn ire from many Democrats as an uncivil and misguided effort that targets allies, rather than opponents, of such reforms. 
But a number of black Democrats disagree, arguing that race-based problems have been neglected for too long, even by liberal policymakers, and the activists have tapped into a vein of frustration that justifies their methods. 
“They really are speaking to the issues, and we're really long overdue responding to those issues,” Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-Texas) said in a phone interview. “They've been pointed, nonviolent and strong, and I'm not offended. 
“They're asking for nothing more than to lift up a system to treat them with justice.”
Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.) echoed that message, alluding to recent high-profile cases of young unarmed blacks killed by police officers as proof that America's racial problems persist and demand a specific response from the presidential candidates — liberal and conservative alike. The public debate that’s followed the recent protests, he suggested, merits their controversial tactics\ 
“For Black Lives Matter activists, the issue is literally a matter of life and death as evidenced by the continued killing of unarmed Black men and women by police officers across the nation,” Johnson said in an email. “When presidential candidates fail to acknowledge how the current criminal system detrimentally impacts Black lives, they [the activists] resort to disruptive tactics to force attention to the issue. 
“While disruption is uncomfortable, it does result in candidates acknowledging and addressing the issue with policy proposals,” he added. “When that happens, the need to protest is abated.”
In other words, threats and intimidation are just fine because they force candidates to change their agendas.  Is this really how we want to conduct a campaign for the next president of the United States?

This is an extremely dangerous position.  Supporting the veiled threat of violence from the protesters empowers the mob and encourages them to up the pressure on candidates.  Disrupting rallies and preventing candidates from speaking is anti-democratic and shows the activists to be little better than angry thugs.

Monday, August 10, 2015


MCALLEN, Texas — In one of the poorest counties in the nation, Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton and her supporters are set to hold a lavish banquet. Hidalgo County is home to some of the nation’s poorest families, many of whom would not ever be able to afford to attend.

In a city where the household median income is $40,636 which is about 12,400 less than the rest of the nation and more than 27 percent of the households make less than $20,000; Clinton supporters are expected to pay $2,700 per person and $5,400 per couple to attend the banquet.
Ticket for Clinton Fund Raising Gala in McAllen. (Photo: Facebook)
Ticket for Clinton Fund Raising Gala in McAllen. (Photo: Facebook)
The event will be held in the home of Alonzo Cantu, a local developer with a long history of fundraising for Secretary Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton. In 2007, Cantu was profiled by the Washington Post for his ability to raise vast sums of money for his candidates. In February, 2011, Texas Monthly’s Paul Burka and Patti Hart namedCantu as one of the most powerful people in the Lone Star State.
In the Rio Grande Valley, which is right on the border with Mexico, Cantu is considered to be a political powerhouse. He has a long history of making donations to officials at the local, state and federal level in order to keep their attention.
“Because of his financial interests, Cantu’s influence over potential donors is substantial,” the Washington Post reported about Cantu’s ability to bully donors into handing over cash.” He has raised money from doctors who work at the hospital where he holds an ownership interest, from bankers who work at the bank he co-owns, and from the scores of tradesmen who contract with his primary business, Cantu Construction and Development Co. The company is one of the McAllen’s dominant residential and commercial builders.
Cantu’s vast financial network allows him to hustle his clients or business partners for campaign donations.
“When Alonzo comes through the door, you want to give to him,” the Washington Post article quotes Gerardo J. Reyna who donated money and is described as Cantu’s brother in law and the owner of a company that provides most of the floor coverings for the homes and offices built by Cantu. “The last thing you want to do is get on Alonzo’s bad side.”
Most recently, a political action committee, Border Health PAC, has been behind the efforts to create a hospital district that would be taxing entity and thus further tax the residents of the area. Cantu serves as a board member of the PAC. The district’s opponents claim that the measure is similar to double dipping since the region is expected to get a medical school through the UT System which already has funding.
As Breitbart Texas previously reported, an outspoken military vet who posted videos against Cantu’s hospital district ended up being harassed by local police.
Clinton famously said she and the former president were “dead broke” when they left the White House in 2000 and moved into their $11 million Westchester County mansion in New York. In July, 2014, she told Fusion TV’s Jorge Ramos she regretted the comment. “It was inartful,” she said. “It was accurate.” There are many “dead broke” people living in the town where she will be scarfing down elegant food and raking in large bundles of cash. Not many of McAllen’s dead broke live in $11 million mansions.
It is not known if Mrs. Clinton’s schedule will allow her an opportunity to learn from McAllen what “dead broke” really means.
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Friday, August 7, 2015

California and the GOP Debate

Republican presidential candidate businesswoman Carly Fiorina stands on stage for a pre-debate forum at the Quicken Loans Arena, Thursday, Aug. 6, 2015,  in Cleveland. Seven of the candidates have not qualified for the primetime debate. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)
Looking for California in the GOP debate presented some challenges even with one candidate who has tentative ties to the Golden State and the state’s Democratic governor who tried to put himself into the debate via a letter to the candidates on climate change.
There was only one Californian (sort of) in the field of 17 — Carly Fiorina who made her name as CEO of Hewlett-Packard and was handily defeated by Barbara Boxer for the California U.S. Senate seat in 2010. She now lives in Virginia.
She did fairly well in the first debate, many pundits declaring her the winner. And it appeared that former Texas governor Rick Perry has Fiorina lined up for the Secretary of State job if he becomes president. In criticizing the Iran nuclear deal Perry said, “I’d rather have Carly Fiorina over there doing our negotiation rather than (Secretary of State) John Kerry.”
Major California companies Google and Apple also made it into the first debate with Fiorina saying they should cooperate with the government on investigations that might prevent terrorism.
Apparently, Jerry Brown sent his letter to the wrong recipients for the main debate. California’s Democratic governor tried to work his way into the debate when he sent a letter asking GOP candidates how they would address climate change. He should have sent his letter to the Fox News Channel debate moderators. They didn’t bother to engage the candidates on climate change in the debate featuring the 10 leading candidates.
There was a reference to climate change in the first debate held for candidates in positions 11 to 17 in the polls. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham responded that if he debated presumptive Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton on climate change she would argue cap-and-trade that would ruin the economy while he would focus on energy independence and a clean environment. Cap-and-trade is a key strategy in Brown’s camapign on climate change.
Immigration was a big issue at the debate although nothing specific to California. However, the situation on sanctuary cities was raised in both the earlier and later debates. The sanctuary cities issue gained headlines after the shooting death in San Francisco of Kate Steinle by an illegal immigrant who had been deported many times but still came back. Candidates from Jeb Bush to Ted Cruz, to Bobby Jindal said they would eliminate federal funds to sanctuary cities.
There are a number of presidential candidates working with individuals with strong California ties. To name a few: Jeff Miller is campaign manager for Rick Perry, Mike Murphy is a strategist for Jeb Bush and Todd Harris is communication director for Marco Rubio.
While California didn’t have a big role in the debates one of her favorite sons was mentioned frequently –Ronald Reagan. And that will carry over with the next Republican debate scheduled for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley September 16.

Thursday, August 6, 2015

Dash Cam Footage Undermines Texas State Rep’s Claim He Was Treated ‘Like A Boy’ During Traffic Stop

A Texas state representative’s recent claim that he was mistreated by a sheriff’s deputy during a traffic stop last month because of his race is coming under scrutiny after the release of dash cam video from the incident.
During a House committee hearing last week to discuss the recent arrest of Sandra Bland in Waller County, Texas, Democrat chairman Garnet Coleman shared a story about a recent encounter with police in which he said the officer treated him “like a boy.”
“He talked to me like I was a child,” Coleman said, describing the July 14 traffic stop on Interstate 10 in Austin County. “He was so rude and nasty. Even when he found out I was a legislator, he became more rude and nasty. And I didn’t understand why this guy was continuing to go on and on and treat me like a child. And basically like I’m saying is treat me like a boy. I want to be very clear about that.”
Coleman, who is black and represents a district in Houston, said he was stopped while speeding while driving from Austin, the state capital, to his hometown.
But what he did not say is that not only did the officer who pulled him over treat him cordially, but he even let the lawmaker off with a mere warning, even though he was driving 94 miles per hour in a 75 mph speed zone.
The Austin County sheriff’s department released video of the traffic stop Tuesday. Houston’s KHOU first reported the footage from the stop.
The nine-minute video shows a sheriff’s deputy pulling Coleman over on the highway and approaching the politician’s vehicle from the passenger side.
“How you doing?” the deputy asks.
“All right. How are you?” Coleman responds.
“Pretty good. What’s the rush?” the deputy asks.
“I’m just trying to go home,” Coleman says.
“You can’t do 94 miles an hour, though,” the deputy tells Coleman, who responds, saying he didn’t realize he was going that fast.
Coleman then informed the deputy that he is a state representative. The deputy politely said he already knew that because of the vehicle’s state representative license plates. The deputy also said that Coleman had a previous speeding violation in Wharton County.
“Mr. Coleman, I’ll let you go with a warning,” the deputy tells Coleman. “This is the same thing Wharton County did with you last year.”
“Yeah, like I said. They didn’t give me a ticket,” Coleman responds.
“If Wharton County had given you a ticket and I gave you a ticket today you’d lose your driver’s license on points,” the deputy says.
He added: “Stop speeding in a state car, OK? You got state plates on here, man. It’s a state official plate. You realize how bad that looks?”
Coleman said that he understood but that “the speed got away” from him.
According to KHOU, part of the exchange after that is inaudible, though Coleman can be heard telling the deputy, “but I’m not a child.”
“I didn’t say you were a child,” the deputy responds. “I’m just trying to make you understand.”
“I appreciate what you’re doing,” Coleman replies.
“OK, just slow down some, OK?” the deputy says.
“I just wasn’t paying attention,” Coleman responds.
“Well, pay attention,” the deputy says while chuckling.
Austin County sheriff Jack Brandes said that the video “shows exactly what happened.”
“I saw nothing that indicated that he put forth any disrespect whatsoever,” Brandes said of the sheriff’s deputy.
Austin County borders Waller County on the west. That’s where 28-year-old Sandra Bland was stopped last month by a Texas Department of Public Safety trooper. Bland was arrested on charges of assaulting an officer after a scuffle with the trooper. Dash cam video from that stop indicated that in that case, the trooper mistreated Bland. She died in Waller County jail three days later after she allegedly hanged herself in her jail cell.

[VIDEO] Climate Scientists Question Significance of Obama’s New Carbon Rule

Days after the Obama administration finalized plans to reduce carbon emissions, some climate scientists have criticized the administration for failing to detail how the regulations will lower global temperatures.
These critics suggest the administration used the plan more to inspire global climate action, rather than using it as a concrete step to make the earth cooler.
On Monday, the Obama administration finalized the Clean Power Plan, which would overhaul America’s energy system by striving to reduce carbon emissions from power plants 32 percent by 2030.
Chip Knappenberger, assistant director at the Cato Institute, argues that if the administration’s plan was implemented to perfection, the amount of climate change averted would amount to insignificant levels.
“The Clean Power Plan is only going to avert close to .02 of a degree of future warming over the course of this century,” Knappenberger told The Daily Signal. “What the EPA doesn’t like to advertise is what the mitigation will be.”

Our analysis shows the temperature "savings" directly attributable to the is 0.009°C.

Lois Lerner Wanted To Audit A Group With Ties To Bristol Palin

U.S. Director of Exempt Organizations for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Lois Lerner is sworn in to testify before a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing on alleged targeting of political groups seeking tax-exempt status from by the IRS, on Capitol Hill in Washington May 22, 2013. Lerner, the IRS official who this month revealed the tax agency
Embattled ex-IRS official Lois Lerner inquired about auditing a pro-abstinence group with ties to Bristol Palin, the daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, according to a Senate report released on Wednesday.
Senate Finance Committee chairman Orrin Hatch, a Utah Republican, disclosed Lerner’s email — which she sent in April 2011 — in an addendum to a report detailing the results of a two-year investigation into whether the IRS unfairly targeted conservative groups.
The bi-partisan report concluded that Lerner and the IRS often ignored applications for tax-exempt status submitted by Tea Party organizations and other groups.
According to Hatch, Lerner’s political views influenced the IRS’ handling and processing of tax-exempt applications for the conservative groups.
One example of this was an email Lerner sent to her supervisors asking whether an audit should be conducted on Candie’s Foundation, a nonprofit group which seeks to limit teen pregnancy.
Bristol Palin was paid $332,500 to serve as an “ambassador” for the organization, which was founded by an executive at Candie’s Inc., an apparel company.
After Lerner learned of the payment to Palin from a news article, she wrote in an April 8, 2011, email chain to David Fish, Judith Kindell — two IRS officials — and others:
Thoughts on the Bristol Palin issue? I’m curious that a [private foundation] can pay any amount to someone who is not a [disqualified person]? It is a [private foundation] right? Even if it were a [public charity] – would that be private benefit – what are the consequences? I’m asking because I don’t know whether to send to Exam as a referral.
Hatch noted how unusual it was for Lerner to consider an audit based upon a single news article. He noted that out of 1.5 million IRS records reviewed by his committee staff, there were no other instances where Lerner referred a progressive group for an audit based on a single news article.
“Lerner’s willingness to act on this particular news article – among many that reached her inbox each day – shows that she was paying close attention to conservative politicians and organizations,” Hatch stated in his report.
USA Today noted another partisan comment from Lerner that Hatch cited in his report.
In a March 6, 2014, email exchange Lerner and a friend were discussing the political landscape in Texas. Lerner’s friend criticized Rick Perry and Greg Abbott, the former and current governors of the state, respectively.
“As you can see, the Lone Star State is just pathetic as far as political attitudes are concerned,” the friend wrote to Lerner.
She responded by stating that Abraham Lincoln should have allowed the South to secede from the Union.
“Look my view is that Lincoln was our worst president not our best. He should’[v]e let the south go. We really do seem to have 2 totally different mindsets,” she wrote.

Voting Rights Act Used to Strike Down Texas Voter ID Law

Veasey celebrated the ruling as a victory for all Texas voters. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)
Veasey celebrated the ruling as a victory for all Texas voters. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call File Photo)
On the eve of its 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act, a federal appeals court on Wednesday affirmed a lower court’s ruling that Texas’ strict voter ID law violates Section 2 of landmark civil rights legislation.
Texas Rep. Marc Veasey, the lead plaintiff in the original suit brought against the photo ID law, heralded the ruling as a victory for Lone Star minority voters.
“As a champion for voting rights, I am proud that with this decision, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit has taken the first steps towards ensuring that all Texans have unfettered access to the ballot box,” he said in a statement. 
Veasey, joined by the U.S. Justice Department and minority rights groups, had argued that the voter ID law first passed by the state’s GOP legislature in 2011 was intended to discriminate against minority voters. As such, the plaintiffs argued, it amounted to a poll tax.
The appeals court agreed with the district court that the law has had a “discriminatory effect,” which violates Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act. But it disagreed with the lower court’s ruling that it was crafted with discriminatory intent and remanded it back to the lower court for further consideration.
It’s unclear what the fallout of the ruling will be at Texas polling places because the court did not suggest a remedy for its ruling. It remanded that question, too.
Because of its narrow ruling, the unanimous decision can’t be called a complete victory for the plaintiffs, University of California Irvine professor Rick Hasen wrote on his Election Law Blog.
“This also strikes me as an opinion written as narrowly as possible to still give a victory to the plaintiffs. (Perhaps that was the price of a unanimous opinion?),” he wrote.
Despite its limited scope, Texas Democratic Party Chairman Gilberto Hinojosa cast the ruling as a win for Democrats. “Once again, the rule of law agrees with Democrats. The Republican voter ID law is discriminatory. Republicans made it harder for African-Americans and Latinos to cast their vote at the ballot box.”
Hinojosa is optimistic that further court consideration of the matter will end in Democrats’ favor.
“We remain confident that the courts will find justice for Texas voters and ultimately strike down this racist and discriminatory law.”
But Texas Republicans insist that a voter ID law is still necessary.
“In light of ongoing voter fraud, it is imperative that Texas has a voter ID law that prevents cheating at the ballot box,” Gov. Greg Abbott said in a statement Wednesday afternoon. “Texas will continue to fight for its voter ID requirement to ensure the integrity of elections in the Lone Star State.”

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