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July 22, 2014: A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF BRAZORIA, TEXAS TO PROTECT THE HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY OF OUR CITIZENS AND COMMUNITY

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“A RESOLUTION OF THE COUNTY OF BRAZORIA, TEXAS TO PROTECT THE HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY OF OUR CITIZENS AND COMMUNITY

WHEREAS, the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria County, Texas recognize their duty as elected officials who took an oath of office, to preserve, protect and defend the constitution and laws of the United States and of this State; and

WHEREAS, the federal government is failing to protect the borders of our country in accordance with Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution; and

WHEREAS, the federal government is operating in a manner that is not in the best interest of American citizens by permitting and encouraging the entry of large numbers of illegal immigrants into the State of Texas; and

WHEREAS, WHEREAS it is estimated that more than 90,000 illegal alien minors will arrive in the United States during 2014 and an additional 145,000 illegal alien minors during 2015, with many expected to remain in Texas cities and communities ; and

WHEREAS, the inaction of the federal government is contributing to the flow of this population by not returning the unaccompanied juveniles to their countries of origin; and

WHEREAS, incentivizing minors to enter the United States illegally puts those minors at risk of physical danger, including violence and sexual abuse, which has resulted in injury and death to multiple unaccompanied minors; and

WHEREAS, the federal government is transporting and placing illegal alien minors into Texas towns and counties, including Brazoria County, to accommodate the unprecedented overflow of illegal aliens and unaccompanied minors; and

WHEREAS, the influx of school-age illegal minors will have an adverse effect on local school district educational funding, resources, campus security, public health, and safety; and

WHEREAS, the increasing volume of illegal aliens could cripple some cities and counties in the State of Texas by overwhelming the local medical, educational, law enforcement, and judicial systems; and

WHEREAS, members of dangerous transnational criminal organizations and terrorist groups continue to exploit the situation to infiltrate the State of Texas for the purpose of establishing criminal and terrorist activities; and

WHEREAS, without a secure border, Texas cities and communities cannot protect the health and safety of their citizens; and

WHEREAS, the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria County, Texas are rightly concerned about the impact of the ongoing, massive influx of illegal aliens on our community; and

WHEREAS, the State of Texas has the right and obligation to protect its citizens in accordance with Article 1, Section 1 of the Texas Constitution; and

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria County, Texas hereby finds that the housing of illegal alien minors in Brazoria County, Texas is not in the best interest of the public;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria  County, Texas hereby urges our state and federal legislators and elected officials to take prompt action to end the influx of illegal aliens across our national border and cease relocation of illegal aliens into communities across the State of Texas and other states

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria County, Texas hereby encourages the federal government to provide additional resources for new and/or existing Border Patrol checkpoints and employ a contiguous physical barrier where strategically prudent

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Commissioners’ Court of Brazoria County, Texas hereby encourages the Texas State Legislature to strictly enforce state smuggling and human trafficking laws and provide civil and criminal liability protections for Texas land owners against criminal trespassers

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that copies of this Resolution be entered into the minutes of this Court and provided to Brazoria County’s state and federal elected legislative representatives

Approved this 22ND day of July, 2014
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County Judge E.J. King
__________________________ ____________________________
Commissioner, Precinct 1 Commissioner, Precinct 2
Donald “Dude” Payne L.M. “Matt” Sebesta, Jr.
__________________________ ___________________________
Commissioner, Precinct 3 Commissioner, Precinct 4
Stacy L. Adams Larry Stanley”

 

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Help Fight the Influx of Illegals into Brazoria County, Texas!

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Brazoria County illegal Immigration

Help us Keep Texas Red: Brazoria County Block Walk May 17, 2014

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The Republican Party of Texas along with the Abbott Campaign have chosen Brazoria County as a target location for the next Statewide Super Saturday Blockwalk on May 17th 9:00AM-1:30PM! In order to reach our goal that day, we need 70 volunteers to door knock! I will need all of your help, as well as the help of members of your organizations, friends, family, students you may know who need to do service or volunteer hours for school, literally anyone who might be able to give us a few hours one time that Saturday.

We have attached the invitation above for you to distribute to your lists and networks, please have all volunteers RSVP to me at 979-320-9932 or emilyyu@gregabbott.com with their name, email address, and phone #! Thank you so much and please let Emily Yu know if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Exclusive: Islamist Terror Enclave Discovered in Texas (Brazoria County) by the Clarion Project

http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/exclusive-clarion-project-discovers-texas-terror-enclave#

Terror Enclave: “Mahmoudberg, Texas”

The MOA compound in Texas, described by the FBI as an “enclave” and “communal living site,” is in Brazoria county along County Road 3 near Sweeny. It was discovered by the FBI due to a tip from an informant in New York.

The MOA referred to its Texas commune as “Mahmoudberg” in online instructions for a parade in New York in 2010. A posting on an Islamic message board in 2005 advertised a speaking engagement in Houston by someone from Mahmoudberg.

According to the reports, the commune is seven to 10 acres large, is in an “extremely wooded area” and two or three trailer homes moved there in December 2001. However, ACT members visited the area as part of Clarion’s investigation and interviewed one nearby local who confidently said it is closer to 25 acres in size and spoke of a presence dating back to the late 1980s.

“The area is so rural it is quite common for residents to shoot firearms for target practice or hunting on private property without interference from law enforcement,” one FBI report states.

Locals told the ACT members that they haveShells found in the area of MOA's 'Mahmoudberg' enclave in TexasShells found in the area of MOA’s ‘Mahmoudberg’ enclave in Texas heard gunfire coming from the commune. Pictures of shells from the area are posted to the right:

The FBI reported in 2007 that one commune resident used to be a leader at the MOA commune in Badger, California. The site was called “Baladullah.” In March 2001, one of the Baladullah members was arrested for transporting guns between New York and South Carolina. Another was charged with murdering a police deputy that caught him breaking and entering a home.

Interviewed residents all agreed that the MOA members are private, yet when the ACT members were spotted in the area, they were immediately and repeatedly approached. At one point, a commune resident gave them a final warning to leave, despite the fact that they were not trespassing or harassing MOA members.

“It was definitely very threatening and menacing,” an ACT member told me.

Multiple sources confirmed that one resident of the commune is a police officer. According to a nearby neighbor, one of the MOA members used to drive trucks for the U.S. Army in Kuwait.

The commune is also linked to a non-profit called the Muslim Model Community of Texas. Members travel to Houston to worship at the MOA Dawah Center that is linked to another organization called First Muslims of Texas.”

Video: Brazoria County TEA Parties File Lawsuit against Brazoria County Officials 12-10-2013

BRAZORIA COUNTY TEA PARTIES’ PRESS RELEASE
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, DECEMBER 5, 2013
Since October 23, 2012, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County have suffered repeated abuses at the hands of the County Commissioners and District Attorney Jeri Yenne.
On that date, District Attorney Yenne presented her “interpretation” of the Texas Constitution to the County Commissioners. In that presentation, Yenne proposed that the Constitution forbade the use of county facilities by any group that was not granted funds by the state.
Yenne proposed, and the Commissioners adopted, a rule that stated that the county facilities could not be used for a private purpose by any private entities or individuals. The TEA Parties of Brazoria County were contacted the same day and told that they could no longer use county facilities for their public meetings. No other group was removed from the use of county facilities under that new rule. The TEA Parties were the intended victims of the Commissioners and D.A. Yenne.
Despite having been shown that Yenne’s “analysis” of the Texas Constitution was incorrect, at best, the Commissioners refused, and continue to refuse, to get outside counsel or to seek the opinion of the Attorney General’s office as to whether what they had done was allowed by the Texas Constitution.
The TEA Parties have repeatedly requested that the Commissioners reconsider what they had done and to order the D.A. Yenne to allow the TEA Parties the use of several county facilities as they had done for years before this set of events. The Commissioners have repeatedly deferred to D.A. Yenne who, without a reason, steadfastly refuses to allow the TEA Parties the use of those facilities.
In August of 2013 the TEA Parties served a demand letter on the Commissioners once again asking them to please stop the actions instigated by the inaccurate constitutional claims of Yenne. The TEA Parties were once again ignored. The Commissioners refused to even formulate a response to the demand letter.
We, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County, have done all we can do to peacefully resolve this matter. With a deep respect for the Citizens of Brazoria County, we lay this matter before them, and ask that they hear our voice, see what has been done, and that they recognize that we have done all that we could to prevent legal action short of accepting the abuses quietly and disappearing.
We, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County, act as your watchdogs to prevent the waste of tax dollars and to prevent the continued growth of government into areas that you, the People, have not authorized in our Constitution.
We regretfully announce that we feel that there is no more that can be done outside the courts and ask for your voices to be heard in Commissioners’ Court, ground floor, 111 E. Locust, Angleton, TX, 77515, at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, December 10, 2013, so that, perhaps, the Commissioners can be reminded that they are our servants, not our rulers.
BY: Dr. Royce Mitchell, 10231 Hanselman Road, Manvel, TX 77578; 281-331-8607

Brazoria County TEA Party Lawsuit

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Join the TEA Parties and Heidi Thiess in Angleton, Texas Tuesday Dec 10, 2013 at 8:30am CT

Heidi Brazoria County

Pearland Journal: Tea Parties of Brazoria County unfairly treated

Posted: Friday, December 6, 2013 3:03 pm

Since October 23, 2012, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County have suffered repeated abuses at the hands of the County Commissioners and District Attorney Jeri Yenne.

On that date, District Attorney Yenne presented her “interpretation” of the Texas Constitution to the County Commissioners. In that presentation, Yenne proposed that the Constitution forbade the use of county facilities by any group that was not granted funds by the state.

Yenne proposed, and the Commissioners adopted, a rule that stated that the county facilities could not be used for a private purpose by any private entities or individuals. The TEA Parties of Brazoria County were contacted the same day and told that they could no longer use county facilities for their public meetings. No other group was removed from the use of county facilities under that new rule. The TEA Parties were the intended victims of the Commissioners and D.A. Yenne.

Despite having been shown that Yenne’s “analysis” of the Texas Constitution was incorrect, at best, the Commissioners refused, and continue to refuse, to get outside counsel or to seek the opinion of the Attorney General’s office as to whether what they had done was allowed by the Texas Constitution.

The TEA Parties have repeatedly requested that the Commissioners reconsider what they had done and to order the D.A. Yenne to allow the TEA Parties the use of several county facilities as they had done for years before this set of events. The Commissioners have repeatedly deferred to D.A. Yenne who, without a reason, steadfastly refuses to allow the TEA Parties the use of those facilities.

In August of 2013 the TEA Parties served a demand letter on the Commissioners once again asking them to please stop the actions instigated by the inaccurate constitutional claims of Yenne. The TEA Parties were once again ignored. The Commissioners refused to even formulate a response to the demand letter.

We, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County, have done all we can do to peacefully resolve this matter. With a deep respect for the Citizens of Brazoria County, we lay this matter before them, and ask that they hear our voice, see what has been done, and that they recognize that we have done all that we could to prevent legal action short of accepting the abuses quietly and disappearing.

We, the TEA Parties of Brazoria County, act as your watchdogs to prevent the waste of tax dollars and to prevent the continued growth of government into areas that you, the People, have not authorized in our Constitution.

We regretfully announce that we feel that there is no more that can be done outside the courts and ask for your voices to be heard in Commissioners’ Court, ground floor, 111 E. Locust, Angleton, TX, 77515, at 9:00 a.m., Tuesday, December 10, 2013, so that, perhaps, the Commissioners can be reminded that they are our servants, not our rulers.

Dr. Royce Mitchell

Manvel

http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/pearland/opinion/letter-tea-parties-of-brazoria-county-unfairly-treated/article_18417f75-b895-5839-b47f-f9377919c2be.html

Pearland City Council Forum: Saturday, March 16 at 9:00 am

The North Brazoria County Democratic Club is hosting a candidate forum on Saturday, March 16 at 9:00 am at Busy Bee Cafe in Pearland.

It’s important to find out as much information as you can on each candidate, so please join us. Continue reading

Brazoria County Republican Party Executive Committee Passes Cscope Resolution

Monday night the Brazoria County Republican Party Executive Committee unanimously adopted the following Cscope Resolution.  The resolution will be sent to every school board in Brazoria County and to all of our elected officials. Continue reading

A Small Victory at Alvin ISD Board Meeting

By Sheri Edwards

I addressed the Board of Trustees at the Alvin ISD Board meeting last night.  Here are the comments that I made:

Good evening.  I understand that this board will vote on the anti-voucher resolution tonight.  Before you vote, I urge you to remember the purpose of a school board.  You are elected by the taxpayers to represent their interests and that of the students.  You were not elected to represent the interests of the TASB (Texas Association of School Boards), which appears to me to be a lobbying organization on behalf of school boards and the regional education service centers. The service centers have pushed the anti-Christian/pro-Islamic Marxist/Communist Cscope curriculum into almost 80% of the Texas school districts. Continue reading