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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Tejas Statehood 51st State of The United States of America


Why It Will Be
Wendy Davis Governor of Texas


You Are Not Alone!


There are more of us than them. 

Keep the faith; it is just a matter of time, when they will come to their senses. 

History repeats, it will not be long when they realize that they have lost their own Civil Rights and Liberties, by taking them away from the people.

It is just a matter of time, when one of their own family members is a victim of their own systems of electronic behavioral control and Human Experimentation.

It is just a matter of time, when the police come knocking at their own doors, and take them away without charges!

On that day you will see an almost unanimous bi-partisan agreement to legislation, televise on every new network that mirrors the privacy act of 1974 after the Vietnam Conflict.

That Day Has Come!

Tejas Statehood 
51st State of The United States of America





The Way It Works!  The Return of the Privacy Act of 1974
The Way It Works! 
Texas State Patriotism Share and Share Alike But Do Not Blank Out My Copy Right Material On My On Web or blog pages
Texas State Patriotism 

Why the Dominating Republican GOP Super Majority Legislators of Texas, Will Not Consider

This Bill by: Watson S.B. No 1571? 

Answer: The Bill will force disclosure of corruption by loop holes in law that violates every Civil Rights and Liberties afforded to Texans by the United States Constitution. The problem is not Federal Government, the Problem is Texas State Government designed to keep Governor Rick Perry and the controlling GOP in power, without any regard to the residents of Texas and the Citizens of the United States of America.

In other Words:

Answer: The Bill will force disclosure of corruption by loop holes in law that violates every Civil Rights and Liberties afforded to Texans by the United States Constitution. The problem is not Federal Government, the Problem is Texas State Government designed to keep Governor Rick Perry and the controlling GOP in power, without any regard to the residents of Texas and the Citizens of the United States of America.

The solution is simple, return to the original privacy Act of 1974.

 In the year 2000, Texas lawmaker’s exaggerated the attempts of honest noble Texas legislators, deviating from common law to allow for some extreme examples and definitions, to benefit the public in 1973. These lawmakers took the matter of ethics as a prerequisite of any State Official, and concentrated on monetary gain in the form of contracts; however, the State of Texas ignores what is clearly expressed in the Texas constitution concerning rewards, power-plays, influence of the judicial process, secondary investment portfolios, and sworn Law Enforcement Officers working for Private Security Investigative Firms for Profit! 

AUTHOR'S / SPONSOR'S STATEMENT OF INTENT
The Texas Public Information Act was established in 1973 to give the public complete information about the affairs of government and control over the instruments they created (Section 552.001, Government Code). [2006 Public Officers: Traps for the Unwary • Office of the Attorney General] 

Citation: www.oag.state.tx.us/AG_Publications/pdfs/2006trapshb.pdf

Why The Dominating Republican GOP Super Majority Legislators of Texas, Will Not Consider
This Bill by: Watson S.B. No 1571?

2. Article II, Section 1
Article II, section 1, of the Texas Constitution, the “separation of powers” provision, states:

The powers of the Government of the State of Texas shall be divided into three distinct departments, each of which shall be confided to a separate body of magistracy, to wit: Those which are Legislative to one; those which are Executive to another, and those which are Judicial to another; and no person, or collection of persons, being of one of these departments, shall exercise any power properly attached to either of the others, except in the instances herein expressly permitted.


2. Governor
Article IV, section 6 of the Texas Constitution places a strict restriction on the Governor’s outside activities while in office, barring him from holding any other civil, military or corporate office and from practicing any profession and receiving compensation therefrom. 

“[N]or [shall he] receive any salary, reward or compensation or the promise thereof from any person or corporation, for any service rendered or performed during the time he is Governor, or to be thereafter rendered or performed.”

3. Judges
Article V, section 11 of the Texas Constitution provides in part that: 

“No judge shall sit in any case wherein the judge may be interested, or where either of the parties may be connected with the judge, either by affinity or consanguinity, within such a degree as may be prescribed by law, or when the judge shall have been counsel in the case. An interest within this provision is a direct personal or pecuniary interest in the case.”


Subchapter C of chapter 572 sets out standards of conduct and conflict of interest provisions for state officers and employees. Of the provisions found in subchapter C, section 572.051 applies to the broadest category of persons. Section 572.051 provides that a state officer or employee should not:

 (5) intentionally or knowingly solicit, accept, or agree to accept any benefit for having exercised the officer’s or employee’s official powers or performed the officer’s or employee’s official duties in favor of another.

Government Code has changed the common-law conflict of interest rule for local officers,8 but this
doctrine is still relevant to conflicts of interest involving state officers. The court in Meyers v. Walker9 stated why public officers may not have a financial interest in contracts they enter into on behalf of a governmental body:

If a public official directly or indirectly has a pecuniary interest in a contract, no matter how honest he may be, and although he may not be influenced by the interest, such a contract so made is violative of the spirit and letter of our law, and is against public policy. 

The Non-Profit Exemption Raised The Cost of Higher Education So Board Members Would Profit

3. Contracts Between Institutions of Higher Education and Corporations

A common-law rule known as “dual agency” prevents one person from representing both parties in a transaction. This rule previously limited contracting and other transactions between institutions of higher education and nonprofit corporations whose directors included officers of the institution,67 but the legislature has modified this limit by adopting section 51.923 of the Education Code. This provision authorizes the governing board of an institution of higher education to contract with a
nonprofit corporation even though one or more members of the governing board also serves as a member or director of the nonprofit corporation.

Why The Dominating Republican GOP Super Majority Legislators of Texas, Will Not Consider This Bill by: Watson S.B. No 1571? 

Answer: The Bill will force disclosure of corruption by loop holes in law that violates every Civil Rights and Liberties afforded to Texans by the United States Constitution. The problem is not Federal Government, the Problem is Texas State Government designed to keep Governor Rick Perry and the controlling GOP in power, without any regard to the residents of Texas and the Citizens of the United States of America.

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