We're going to need help 24/7 at the Kingwood Red Cross Relief Center. Please comment below if you can be on stand-by sometime in the next 72 hours and provide a good phone number.
You are welcomed to private message me your phone number if you don't want to put it online.
Kingwood First Baptist Church
3500 Woodland Hills Drive
Counseling for Flood Victims
Assistance with elderly and displaced
Set-up of cots
We need assistance beginning tonight @ 6PM, if possible.
Urgent Action: Tuesday morning at 10:00AM, your Harris County Commissioners will attempt to sneak in multiple pro-choice and pro-socialist legislative agenda items into their regular meeting. I have reviewed their 9-page private draft of their "Harris County State and Federal Legislative Agenda Revised Febuary 2019" and it is a communist overture.
I encourage you to attend to voice your disapproval of their proposed 2019 Legislative Agenda (Items 5B and 5C on their publicized meeting agenda (another agenda) at ) which includes:
• Support legislation that increases access to women's preventative healthcare services.
• Support continued funding of the Healthy Texas Women and Family Planning programs.
• Oppose cuts to state or federal funding for health programs.
• Oppose initiatives that would reduce federal funding of the Community Services Block Grant
program, the Women, Infants and Children program, and family services.
• Oppose decreases in state funding of women's health services.
• Oppose initiatives that would weaken the Affordable Care Act without providing alternatives that accomplish the same or better outcomes.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. in the Courtroom of the Commissioners Court of Harris County, Texas, on the ninth floor of the Harris County Administration Building, 1001 Preston Street, Houston, Texas.
We're working the Kingwood Library for the Republicans right now. Come out and vote!
When you enter that voting booth Tuesday, forget all the bickering, the rhetoric, the hatred, the accusations and the campaign slogans. Remember there are babies being murdered under the protection of the law, and then vote your conscience when you are alone with your Creator in that booth.
Todd Litton said he will close Ted Poe's Kingwood office if elected. If you want to lose your representation in Congress, he's your man.
I'm voting for Dan Crenshaw!
It's time to vote again at the Walker house! In ballot order, here are some recommendations for folks that I either personally know or who I have researched extensively and recommend for the positions they seek*:
Ted Cruz, US Senate
Dan Crenshaw, US Congress, District 2
Dan Huberty, State Representative, 127
Judge Terry Yates, Justice, 1st Court of Appeals, Place 7
Brett Busby, Justice, 14th Court of Appeals, Place 3
Jesse Foster McClure III, District Judge, 182nd
Michelle Fraga, District Judge, 295th
Ed Emmett Campaign, County Judge
Erin Swanson for Judge, County Civil Court, No. 2
Sophia Mafrige, County Civil Court, No. 4
John Wakefield, Judge County Criminal, No. 9
Chris Daniel, District Clerk
Stan Stanart, County Clerk
Jack Cagle, County Commissioner, Precinct 4
Laryssa Korduba, Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 2
Mike Sullivan, Lone Star Trustee, District 8
Josh Flynn, Harris County Department of Education
The Houston Realty Business Coalition is generally a great guide to trust for pro-family, pro-business candidates and propositions at: .
I recommend you (and your Senior Citizen neighbors) throw any sample ballots you received in the mail or at the polling locations in the trash. The candidates that pay for their names to be highlighted in those publications don't deserve your vote solely based on that payment. Yes, every single print publication is like that in some manner - even if it has Republican or Conservative in the title. The ones who claim they aren't pay-to-play use the technicality that the candidates paid a representative of the publication instead.
*The Republicans which I did not specifically mention are people who I don't know or who I was not able to adequate research. I will only be voting for Republicans.
"I have three little kids in public school. The purpose of teaching Texas history in Texas public schools is to create an ethos among the next generation — to have a little bit of 'Texas swagger,'...."
Here are my comments in today's Breitbart article.
I look forward to joining Greg Groogan and the Fox 26 What's Your Point? panel to talk a little politics on the Sabbath. This Sunday morning at 7:00AM. Watch online:
Shannon and I hosted a fundraiser for Dan Crenshaw this evening in our home and had most of the other CD2 candidates show up as well. Great evening with many old and new friends. Hope you enjoy these pics.