Posts by Aaron Harris

Voters Beware – Arlington Election

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Here are the facts of the Arlington runoff election – VOTERS BEWARE – Roxanne lost in person voting 52/48 – you know when actual human bodies show up and vote. She allegedly won mail in ballots by a massive percentage – 70/30. Now why would the mail in voters be so different from in person voters? Well her campaign finance reports will explain that. All her money went to Murphy Nasica, a firm closely tied to “questionable” local elections. Her largest donor was Linebarger – a firm with ties to almost every major public corruption scandal in Texas and tied to both Dallas and Tarrant County election fraud investigations. Mario Perez, who is Linebarger’s ground guy and a close associate of Craig Murphy, also contributed money and helped on the ground. This isn’t legitimate help folks. Aside from her reports, well known harvesters were working the ground game for Roxanne. They do not appear on her reports, so they either worked directly for Murphy, or were “loaned” by Linebarger/Mario. Marvin WON the in person votes, lost the overall by 3 votes, allegedly.

DAT, nor anyone else, will not have access to the applications and carrier envelopes to review this election until later this year. They count on this. Thankfully this is the last election in which we will not have access to the applications and carriers immediately. HB2559 has been signed into law changing that.

Until then, Arlington gets another election in which voters should have NO confidence the person sitting in the seat actually earned it.

When one lays with dogs they get fleas.

Marvin Sutton – on behalf of the concept of free and fair elections, I apologize to you that we do not have that in Tarrant County.

More Smoke and Mirrors – A Look at #TXLege Election Reforms

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They are at it again!

Who is they? Those who provide cover to lazy, squish politicians, such as the RPT’s legal council Eric Opiela.

What are they up to again? Opiela would have you believe state lawmakers accomplished their mission of “meaningful” election reform. Those alleged reforms are the following four bills: SB 1666, HB 1735, HB 2691, Hb 4034.

What are the facts?

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Trump Budget Proves the Market Works

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President Trump released his proposed budget last week, and within a week his budget has proven the markets work and Americans are a generous people.

While Trump’s proposed budget increased spending on things like the military, it also reduced the budgets for many non-governmental spending programs, such as Meal on Wheels. The left tells us that organizations like Meals on Wheels would not exist were it not for government funding. The left also maintains that government funding of non profits is noble and somehow charity.

Well since Trump’s proposed budget cut, Meals on Wheels has reported an increase in private contributions – actual charity –  of 50 fold! (5,000%). On top of that, their volunteer signups – people offering to help the organization for free – has increased 500% according to a Meals on Wheels spokesperson.

This is GREAT NEWS.

These numbers prove the left is wrong once again. These numbers prove Americans are a very generous people. These numbers are the face of actual charity. Well done my fellow Americans. May Trump continue to slash tax funding for non-profits and allow citizens to exercise charity.

You can read more here: http://fortune.com/2017/03/18/meals-on-wheels-trump-budget-cut/

Twist in General Paxton’s Case

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The case against Attorney General Ken Paxton is complicated and nebulous at best.

The circumstances around the case are outright shady.

One of the questionable issues surrounding the case is the arrangement made with the special prosecutors just prior to Judge Oldner recusing himself from the case. Oldner entered into a pay structure agreement which is way beyond the Collin County rates, potentially leaving taxpayers on the hook for millions of dollars.

A Collin County taxpayer has sued challenging the ability to pay beyond the County’s rates, and this week the 5th Court of Appeals issued a stay in any further invoices to the special prosecutors pending the challenge to the pay structure.

This is a good thing for Collin County taxpayers. This is a good thing for process.

You can read more at the link below.

Court Enjoins Collin County Commissioners on Prosecutor Payments

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