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Oct 16

From calendar — October 16, 1773:

The first public statement against the British Parliament’s Tea Act was a document printed in the Pennsylvania Gazette on this day in 1773. The document became known as the “Philadelphia Resolutions.”

The Tea Act of 1773 was a bill designed to save the faltering British East India Company by greatly lowering its tea tax and granting it a virtual monopoly on the American tea trade. The low tax allowed the company to undercut even tea smuggled into America by Dutch traders, and many colonists viewed the act as yet another example of taxation tyranny. In response, the “Philadelphia Resolutions” called the British tax upon America unfair and said that it introduced “arbitrary government and slavery” upon the American citizens. The resolutions urged all Americans to oppose the British tax and stated that anyone who transported, sold or consumed the taxed tea would be considered “an enemy to his country.”

On December 16, 1773, two months after the publication of the resolutions, a group of  Massachusetts colonists disguised as Mohawks boarded three British tea ships and dumped 342 chests of tea into the harbor in what is now known as the Boston Tea Party.

Parliament, outraged by this blatant destruction of British property, enacted the Coercive Acts—called the “Intolerable Acts” by the colonists—in 1774. The Coercive Acts closed Boston to merchant shipping, established formal British military rule in Massachusetts, made British officials immune to criminal prosecution in America and required colonists to quarter British troops. The colonists subsequently called the first Continental Congress to consider a united American resistance to the British.

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Oct 16

From calendar  –  October 16, 1859:

Abolitionist John Brown leads a small group on a raid against a federal armory in Harpers Ferry, Virginia  (now West Virginia), in an attempt to start an armed slave revolt and destroy the institution of slavery.

Born in Connecticut in 1800 and raised in Ohio, Brown came from a staunchly Calvinist  and antislavery family. He spent much of his life failing at a variety of businesses–he declared bankruptcy at age 42 and had more than 20 lawsuits filed against him. In 1837, his life changed irrevocably when he attended an abolition meeting in Cleveland, during which he was so moved that he publicly announced his dedication to destroying the institution of slavery. As early as 1848 he was formulating a plan to incite an insurrection. In the 1850s, Brown traveled to Kansas with five of his sons to fight against the proslavery forces in the contest over that territory. On May 21, 1856, proslavery men raided the abolitionist town of Lawrence, and Brown personally sought revenge. On May 25, Brown and his sons attacked three cabins along Pottawatomie Creek. They killed five men with broad swords and triggered a summer of guerilla warfare in the troubled territory. One of Brown’s sons [Frederick] was killed in the fighting.

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Oct 6

Hi Everyone!  The campaign is going strong! We have lots of yard signs in Wells Branch. People are tired of the status quo and want fresh ideas. Early voting starts on Monday, October 22.

We are going to do a final block walk on Saturday, October 20. We have free t-shirts.  :-)  We will be meeting at 9;00 am at the Wells Branch Recreation Center (3000 Shoreline Dr., Austin TX 78728).  If you can’t make this time, but are interested in helping, let me know and we will get you involved.

For more information about me, please visit my facebook page at  If you can, please send me a quick note if you will be able to make it or not. Thanks.

Joe Petronis

Sep 25


Congressman Ron Paul on Gov. Gary Johnson:  “I think he’s wonderful and I think he’s doing a good job and people should look at him and every individual should make up their own mind.”  
September 21, 2012
Dear [voter],

A LOT of people are taking Congressman Paul’s advice.  They ARE looking at Governor Gary Johnson, and finding the alternative to Barack Obama and Mitt Romney they are seeking.

As Gov. Johnson travels the country – he’s right now in the midst of a nation-wide tour of college campuses – the crowds are growing, the requests for interviews increasing, and the enthusiasm growing.  The history we have talked about making is within reach!

That’s why the Republicans continue to try every trick in the book to keep Gov. Johnson off the ballot in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Oklahoma – the only states left where he is not yet officially listed.  But more important, that’s why the radio ads we have launched must continue and all the literature we need to finish printing must be ordered.   And that’s why I’m asking you to go to  today and make sure we have the funding we need to keep up this amazing momentum.
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Sep 18

Online Town Hall Wednesday with Governor Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential Nominee

Wednesday, Sept 19, 2012
4:30 PM PDT/  5:30 PM MDT/  6:30 PM CDT/  7:30 PM EDT

With the election drawing near, I want to make sure you have ample opportunities to communicate directly with me about the campaign, the issues that are on your mind, and any questions you may have.

To that end, on Wednesday night, I will be hosting an online Town Hall – and I hope you will join me.  From the events of recent days in the Middle East, Libya, and Afghanistan to the ongoing efforts of the Republican Party and Mitt Romney to prevent my name from appearing on ballots across the nation, we have a lot to talk about, and I am anxious to hear your views and answer any questions you might have.

 The next few weeks are going to be exciting – and historic.  You are a part of that history, and it is important that we stay in close touch.  This online Town Hall will be an excellent opportunity.
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Sep 18

As usual, the establishment is working hard to shut out any voice of dissent. As usual, the establishment is working hard to shut out any voice of dissent. IT’S TIME FOR ACTION!!

Please take a couple minutes to contact KERA to let them know that you would like to hear from ALL candidates on the ballot for US Senate, including John Jay Myers.

1) CALL: 214-871-1390 and/or 972-263-3151)

2) EMAIL:  



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Sep 17

There have been calls for actions at Federal Reserve Banks across the country. Activists will be doing a range of protests, speeches, and workshops throughout the day on September 22nd. We will be promoting the Audit the Fed bill, as well as taking signatures to Nullify Obamacare in Texas.  (This event has been organized by the Houston Free Thinkers and other groups and been promoted by the Houston Tea Party on, here: as well as HALC’s companion meetup, .)

For more info see here:  ***Bring and use your End The Fed signs and or wear your End The Fed t-shirts!! **

Footage of a similar event in 2011, organized by Alex Jones, the Houston Free Thinkers,, and many others, across from the  Houston Branch of the Dallas Federal Reserve Bank.

Sep 15

Texas Liberty Campaign of Brazoria County presents BEHOLD A PALE HORSE , America’s Last Chance.  This is a  free screening  in a relaxing, nearly seaside setting.

Country Music Legend Charlie Daniels narrates this movie and provides the original soundtrack. Lieutenant General William Boykin and Mark Collins (as George Washington) are in this movie.  There are also commentaries from some of the biggest names in the patriot movement:  Larry Pratt, Edwin Vieira, Charles Key, Kaye Beach, Debra Medina, Joel Skousen and several others.

Looming world government threatens the loss American Sovereignty. Charlie Daniels sounds the alarm with Biblical insight.  Could a return to the Constitution and values of our founders save the Republic?

Be Part of the Solution!

Saturday Sep 29, 7:30 p.m.
Lake Jackson Civic Center
333 Highway 332 East
Lake Jackson, Tx 77566 
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Sep 15

Constitutional conservative Joe Petronis is running for MUD Board, Place 2, in Wells Branch Texas.  He’s a longtime Ron Paul and Debra Medina supporter.  I’ve personally known Joe and his wife, Mary, for about five years now.  He’d appreciate any help you can give his campaign, via donations, boots on the ground, helping distribute literature, ANYTHING.   I know this may be a bit out of many people’s geographic comfort zone if you live in the Houston area, but you’re bound to know someone who lives in the Wells Branch area, which is about 7 miles north of Round Rock or about 16 miles northeast of Austin.

Here’s a bit more about Joe:

 I’m Joe Petronis, and I’m running for Wells Branch MUD Board Place 2. I have lived in Wells Branch for over 5 years. During this time, I have enjoyed participating in many of the community events. Wells Branch is my home, and I want to ensure we are working towards a long term vision for our community.
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Mar 24

Great news!! Former HALC Chair and staunch conservative Bill Tofte is running for US Congress, CD 7!

Please RSVP on the Facebook event here

Bill NEEDS your support at this event and looks to all of us HALC members as his base as he prepares for a tough battle.

PLEASE try to attend this since numbers are the key to success at kick off events!

Check out his website at

The area contained in the new CD 7 can be located here, , (under “Select Plan,” select “Base Plans,” then zoom in on the map to view CD 7).

CD 7 is the area now represented by John Culberson.

You do not have to reside in CD 7 to attend or help out in any way.  There are a few committee leader and worker positions that need to be filled, some paid. This would be a great opportunity for a college student, especially one who is a Political Science or Business major, a retired person or a self-employed person.

If you would like to help out the Tofte campaign, please by sending your resume and qualifications to

To attend this event, please RSVP to .

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