Longview City Elections May 9, 2015

City of Longview Elections for Mayor, City Councils District 1 & 2
Election Day May 9, 2015
Early Voting:  April 27 through May 5
More Details HERE…

Mayor Candidates to date:

Mr. Richard Manley, City Councilman District 5
Richard Manley
Read more on Richard Manley’s Announcement on Candidacy for Mayor & watch Press Release

Dr. Andy Mack






“This is the time for Longview to close the gap, reunite our city, create new opportunities for business, look at new efficiencies, and create a new legacy to leave for future generations.”
Read more on Andy Mack’s Announcement on Candidacy for Mayor & watch Presss Release

Candidates to date:




Jearl P. Morris
Edward “Ed” C. Moore, IV
Read more HERE on candidates for District 1.

Current City Councilman for District 1, John Sims, will not run again due to term limits.






Current City Councilman for District 2, Gary Smith was first elected in 2012 and will be eligible for re-election in May should he choose. Read more HERE on Councilman Smith.


Candidate Filing Information:
First day for filing application for a place on the City of Longview City Mayor and Council Districts 1 and 2 General Election will be Wednesday, January 28, 2015 ending February 27, 2015. The last day for a regular write-in candidate to declare candidacy for the General Election is February 27, 2015.


Directorio para el 113a Congreso de los Estados Unidos

Contactando el Congreso es una base de datos muy corriente de la información del 113a Congreso de los Estados Unidos. En este momento tenemos informacíon sobre 539 direcciones electrónicos (de cuál 538 estan basados en páginas de “Web”) y 539 páginas del “Web” para los 541 miembros del 113a Congreso. Direcciones más tradicionales del correo postal están disponibles para todos los miembros del Congreso.

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Patrocinado por We The People-Longview
Sabado, Marzo 8
11:00 a.m.
New Heights Church, 1500 W. Hawkins Pkwy., Longview


 Es un gran honor para nosotros el poder patrocinar este evento y presentarles a ustedes al Reverendo Rafael Cruz, quien es el padre de nuestro Senador Ted Cruz.

Rev. Cruz viaja extensamente por el pais dirigiendose a audiencias de habla Ingles al igual que en Espanol. Es un gran orador, especialmente en el tema de respeto y patriotismo hacia este pais.

Rafael Cruz emigro a los Estados Unidos en 1950 procedente de Cuba, de donde el huyo al regimen comunista. El Rev Cruz salio de Cuba, como muchos otros, huyendo de la opresion, corrupcion y censura – las mismas tendencias que actualmente nuestro Gobierno exhibe.

Para mayor informacion favor de ver nuestra pagina de internet.

A black box in your car? Some see a source of tax revenue

WASHINGTON — As America’s road planners struggle to find the cash to mend a crumbling highway system, many are beginning to see a solution in a little black box that fits neatly by the dashboard of your car.

The devices, which track every mile a motorist drives and transmit that information to bureaucrats, are at the center of a controversial attempt in Washington and state planning offices to overhaul the outdated system for funding America’s major roads.

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In Defense of the TEA Party

By:  Tom DeWeese, President American Policy Center,

Just a few years ago some American citizens came together to demand change. They were fed up with decades of out of control government growth; confiscation of their hard-earned income through ever-increasing taxes and unending regulations invading every aspect of their lives. Things were racing out of control.

Every aspect of American society was changing and not for the better. Freedoms and rights that are guaranteed under the Constitution – the founding document of our nation and law of the land, were disappearing. Elected representatives turned a deaf ear to  concerned citizens. It seemed those in power simply didn’t care. No matter the outcome of elections, nothing changed. There was a sense of hopelessness, helplessness and frustration as concerned citizens saw the America they loved disappearing.

The answer? Enter the TEA Party – declaring “Taxed Enough Already.” It was time to make their voice heard. It was time to directly confront the government and demand that it stay within the confines of the Constitution that every single elected official at every level of government pledged to uphold.

They organized. They rallied. They confronted members of Congress at local meetings.  And their voices were heard. The TEA Party movement spread across the nation like wild fire. Many people were excited that finally the national debate was about concerns over the ever-expanding government. Some officials embraced the TEA Party. Some feared it.

Most who participated were political novices, experiencing their first direct activism. Concerned citizens, many were just parents who had spent their time raising the kids, and had been unaware of just how massive the government had gotten. They were about to get the shock of their lives.

  • The Federal Reserve is a private organization that isn’t officially part of the Federal Government. Yet it controls the money supply and controls interest rates. The TEA Party demanded that it be audited so we could all see its wealth, its holdings, and how it makes its decisions that directly affect our lives. Congress refused to demand such an audit. The  TEA Party thought that was wrong and demanded that the Fed be held accountable to the American people. For that action the TEA Party was vilified for rocking the boat.
  • The TEA Party demanded that out-of-control spending be reigned in, waste stopped and taxes lowered. Supporters of big government raced to the microphones to declare that such demands would hurt the poor and deny them programs that were necessary for them to live. RACIST, came the charge against the TEA Party.
  • The TEA Party expressed opposition to immigration “reform” laws which would reward those who crossed our borders illegally, resulting in millions flooding into our nation, gaining free hospital care, education and welfare, while denigrating American culture and quality of life. The TEA Party thought that was wrong and simply demanded that Congress enforce the very laws it had created. Again came the charge against the TEA Party of RACISM.
  • In communities across the nation, TEA Party activists began to oppose regulations designed to damage or even eliminate private property rights, usually under the excuse of protecting the environment. Many such policies are being enforced through the establishment of non-elected boards, regional governments, and local planning councils, denying citizen input. When local citizens attend public meetings to express opposition, as is done in representative governments, officials many times simply ignore them, refusing to engage in discussion, accusing them of perpetrating groundless conspiracy theories. Some citizens have even been removed bodily from such meetings simply for expressing opposition. When in frustration of not being heard, TEA Party activists show up in protest, the head of the federal Environmental Protection Agency labeled them, “Jack Booted Thugs.”
  • One of the most recent fights in which the TEA Party has engaged is the nationwide enforcement of new federal education curriculum standards called Common Core. A study of the curriculum shows it contains a severe lack of history of the founding ideals of America and a negative focus on free enterprise. But Common Core contains a strong focus on diversity, social justice and Globalism. There is very little actual academic instruction in Common Core. Some critics describe it as being more about creating a cadre of social activists than an educated society. When TEA Party activists begin studying the curriculum and asking questions of school administrators, they are dismissed as Far Right lunatic fringe nuts.
  • It is true that most activists in the TEA Party not only believe that the Constitution is the law of the land, but are also devout Christians. As such, they are very concerned by government actions to ban or shut down Christian activities. It started years ago with the banning of Christmas decorations or Manger scenes on public property. Many ministers are afraid to speak out about current events from the pulpit for fear of retribution from the government. Yet, there is a drive to teach Islam in the public schools, where children are actually given assignments on the subject. There seems to be few restrictions on that religion in public life.  Naturally, the TEA Party thinks that is wrong and cries foul over the unbalanced situation. The charge against the TEA Party is Intolerance!
  • And then there is Obamacare. Says Nancy Pelosi and other supporters of this monster, there are millions of uninsured people in this nation and we need to fix that. Their solution is to force most of those millions to buy government- sanctioned insurance at exorbitant rates. Of course, the reason most of those people are uninsured in the first place was because they can’t afford it. Now, under Obamacare, they must buy it or pay a fine – even though to do so means no food on the table, or perhaps outright bankruptcy. When you are a compassioned liberal on a mission, facts don’t matter. Companies that have decided not to hire new people, or only add part time people, because of the outrageous costs, are attacked as heartless. Of course, the Obama Administration changes the rules daily as they exempt labor unions, Congress itself, and certain companies who perhaps just happened to have donated to his campaign. The entire nation is in turmoil over this law that not a single member of Congress read before voting on it (because no printed copy existed). No wonder the TEA Party and about 70% of the rest of the nation oppose it. Yet, for that opposition, again the TEA Party faces the charge of RASCISM.

Continue reading “In Defense of the TEA Party”

Seventy Percent of Americans Agree It’s Time for Voter ID

Think that you ought to be required to show photo identification before being able to vote? If so, count yourself among the majority of Americans — 70 percent — who support the requirement. Rasmussen reports on their findings in a new poll:

Seventy percent (70%) of Likely U.S. Voters believe voters should be required to show photo identification such as a driver’s license before being allowed to cast their ballot. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that just 22% oppose this kind of requirement.

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Mickey Mouse, Adolf Hitler Allowed on Wisconsin Recall Petitions

Names such as Adolf Hitler and Mickey Mouse will be allowed on petitions to recall Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), as long as they include a valid date and Wisconsin mailing address on the petition forms, a state election board ruled on Tuesday.

“We will flag them,” Government Accountability Board elections specialist David Buerger said, “but we will not strike them without challenge.” The board unanimously approved the proposed standard. Continue reading from The Heritage…


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Obama’s unauthorized war on Libya costs $9,421,000 a day: Are you getting your money’s worth?

The Obama administration is spending almost $9.5 million every single day to blow things up in Libya because the president has determined that is in the country’s national interest, this country’s national interest, not Libya’s. Continue reading…

International Billboard Research Trips Paid By The Taxpayers

The Obama administration has ordered a halt to a decade-long, multi-million dollar program that sent bureaucrats around the world to study foreign highways, but not before one group of officials completes an on-going taxpayer-funded foreign jaunt. Continue reading from ABC News.