Posts by Aaron Harris

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

DIRECT ACTION TEXAS FILES ELECTION COMPLAINT IN HARRISON COUNTY

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Contact Aaron Harris (682) 626-5679

aaron@directactiontx.com

3rd ELECTION COMPLAINT FILED WITH TEXAS SECRETARY OF STATE BY DIRECT ACTION TEXAS

Direct Action Texas finds election irregularities in Harrison County Texas – files complaint with the Texas Secretary of State

NORTH RICHLAND HILLS, TEXAS (January 31, 2017) — Yesterday Direct Action Texas (DAT) filed a formal complaint with the Texas Secretary of State’s elections division regarding voting irregularities in Harrison County, Texas (Marshall, Texas). In a limited review of mail in ballots from various elections over the last calendar year, DAT found at least 42 election code violations. It is clear from the evidence that, similar to Tarrant County, there appears to be an illegal, mail in ballot harvesting operation in Harrison County. DAT has compiled the evidence through a variety of sources, including documents obtained via Open Record Requests. We have submitted the evidence in our formal complaint filed yesterday.

Over the last year, Direct Action Texas has filed two previous election violation complaints, one in Tarrant County and one in Hill County. The Hill County complaint has resulted in the impoundment of the March 1, 2016 Republican Primary ballots and associated equipment as well as an unprecedented recount as part of an ongoing criminal investigation, which occurred on November 9, 2016. The Tarrant County complaint has resulted in what has been described as the largest voter fraud investigation in Texas, as acknowledged by the Governor, Attorney General, and several news outlets. Both cases are still currently under investigation.

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You can read more about the Tarrant County and Hill County cases at www.directactiontx.com

Hill County Recount

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Earlier this week in Hill County, State District Court Judge Lee Harris ordered a public recount at the request of investigators from the Attorney General’s office. It took place this past Wednesday, November 9th, just a day after many Texans went to the polls to cast their ballot for President. The recount is part of an ongoing investigation into potential criminal activity during the March 2016 Primary Election in Hill County.

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