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DOES RAND PAUL MEET THE LIBERTY MOVEMENT’S FRINGE?

August 28, 2014 jointherlc 0

By TXRLC Vice Chairman Jeff Leblanc Senator Rand Paul may not have officially announced his intent to run for President, but his inclination to solidify support if he were to undertake this task is growing. The libertarian leaning Senator from Kentucky…

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RLCCD36 Starts Fundraising

After many months of great success and events the RLLCCD36 is beginning its next fundraising campaign.  Jeff Leblanc, Caucus Chairman, stated: We will try this online system to achieve our goal first, then move to other options. All the money we make goes directly back to the caucus either in supplies or rental fees on equipment and fees for building uses for events.  After many events we have hosted, election activities and candidate backing, it has come time to rebuild our coffe […]

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Ken Coleman, Paul Simpson to Address Lonestar Republicans

Ken Coleman, Liberty County Republican Party Chairman, and Paul Simpson, Harris County Republican Party Chairman will both be addressing the Lone Star Republican group on August 21, 2014, at Crosby Church in Crosby, TX. from 6:60-8:30 PM. This will be a great opportunity for both East Harris County and West Liberty County republicans to meet and ask questions of their party chairmen. The RLC urges local members to attend this meeting. Lone Star Republicans serves the areas of East Harris, West […]

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Fewer Licenses, More Free Markets

August 14, 2014 jointherlc 0

Authored by Felicia Cravens Texas Attorney General (and candidate for Governor) Greg Abbott has offered a plan to roll back some of the Occupational Licensing requirements in Texas. In a document released recently, Abbott states: “…while licensure is often justified in professions that impact the health, safety, and welfare of the public (e.g.doctors, lawyers, peace officers, and engineers), it is also frequently imposed on many professions where such concerns are absent (e.g. interior designers

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Conservative Forum and Steve Munisteri To Be In Liberty County

On August 29, 2014, TXGOP Chairman Steve Munisteri, Republican Nominee for US Congress CD 36 Dr. Brian Babin and others will be at the Holiday Inn Express in Cleveland, Texas. The public is invited to attend. While the event will feature elected officials, it will also present a panel discussion between varying views of GOP members. Local and Houston area members from Tea Party Conservatives, Traditional Conservatives as well as Liberty Conservatives will discuss issues and where they may dif […]

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The United States of Dysfunction: America’s Political Crisis and What Ordinary Citizens Can Do About It

August 12, 2014 jointherlc 0

Houston Republican Liberty Caucus Treasurer Carl Jarvis has released a book! Today America stands at a crossroads. According to recent Rasmussen polling data, 53% of Americans don’t believe that either political party represents their interests. And only 29% believe that their representative in Congress deserves reelection. Yet we continue to elect the same people over and over, with the same results. The United States of Dysfunctionlooks at the history of how this crisis developed and what can

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Houston RLC hosts forum on Pro Life/Choice

August 11, 2014 jointherlc 0

Houston RLC hosts forum on Pro Life/Choice Last evening I attended the Houston RLC forum on why Liberty Republicans should be Pro Life or Pro Choice. It was an excellent location and a huge turnout. And, the biggest plus was the civility that the group…

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RLC of Houston Hits the Streets for Local Candidate

August 11, 2014 jointherlc 0

The Houston Republican Liberty Caucus has been busy hitting the pavement and getting out the vote for liberty candidates. They have walked for Michael Kubosh who is running for City Council at large 3, Bill Frazer for City Controller, and Trebor Gordon…

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Houston Transportation Network Company Overview

August 11, 2014 jointherlc 0

‘The public interest’ is a concept often considered by municipal authorities as they make decisions and pass ordinances designed to deal with the challenges that face them. Houston City Council recently debated and passed a measure allowing transportation network companies like Uber and Lyft to operate legally within the city. The Houston Republican Liberty Caucus supports this move towards offering more transportation options in Houston and wishes to aid citizens and council members in