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Bowie County Blade Vol 3. No. 1

Bowie County Blade Vol 3. No. 1

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Bowie County Blade Vol 3. No. 1
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VOL 3. NO. 1 A publication of the Bowie County Republican PartJanuary 4, 2013
William Carl--Editor 
The Bowie County Blade
Cutting through to the truth.
The Bowie County Commissioners Court picked-up the reins to start 2013. Faces of the Court are changingas Jack Stone retired after 24 years service.
NEW BOSTON, Texas— Current and former Bowie County officials were among those who bidfarewell to longtime Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Stone during a retirement party Monday.
The reception was held at the courthouse shortly after Stone’s last Commissioners Court meeting.Stone took office Jan. 1 1989, serving the county for 24 years. He chose not to seek re-election lastyear.Stone’s brother, Sammy Stone, took the reins as Precinct 1 commissioner when he was sworn intooffice Tuesday.********************Tackling the next task, the Court launched an effort to resolve and clarify the administration of theCounty jails. The Court decided to have an experienced attorney, Herb Bristow to construct afavorable contract for a new vendor. The discussion examined the qualifications of Bristow andwhy an attorney outside the County staff was necessary.Bristow, a $285-per-hour lawyer will assist in negotiating a contract to run its two jails.The vote was 3- 2 to retain Herb Bristow, of the Waco, Texas-based firm Haley and Olson during-a meeting Monday. County Judge Sterling Lacy, Precinct 2 Commissioner Tom Whitten andPrecinct 3 Commissioner Kelly Blackburn voted for the move, while Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Stone and Precinct 4 Commissioner Pat McCoy voted against it.There was no written contract presented at the meeting, though Bristow said his services will costabout $5,000 to “get to the proposal stage” and another $5,000 to get to a contract award, for atotal of about $10,000.“My objective is to get the best deal I can for the county," Bristow said.
VOL 3. NO. 1 A publication of the Bowie County Republican PartJanuary 4, 2013
William Carl--Editor 
Might as well get used to it, the government is anxious to trample on more of our rightsafter the election disaster. You might not know I yet but many of the empoweredDemocrats are after your 401k accounts. In one of his broadcasts, Rush told us the ideasfloating around Washington Democrats.
As Washington debates what to do about the fiscal cliff that it foolishly created, many potentialsources of new revenue will be thrown on the table. One of them is likely to be 401(k) plans.Retirement is an American's reasonable expectation. We put money into investment plans so thatour work today funds our hard-earned leisure of tomorrow. But many in Washington see our investment accounts not as the expressions of well-planned, disciplined decisions but as untappedreservoirs of wealth they can drain to fix the problems that they caused."And it won't stop with 401(k)s. Then they're figure out a way to get into your pension plan. A lotof cash there, folks. Despite all the unfunded pensions, those are largely public sector pensions,government. Private sector pensions, not unfunded. People own them. Large reservoir of cashthere. In fact, I could take you back to the early nineties, first public official I ever heard target private sector pensions none other than -- the Reverend Jackson.
Hurricane Sandy...(Hats off to Whoever Wrote This)
 As you know,
is the first country to send aid when other countries are in trouble.
It is highly appropriate that we now send THANKS to all of the countries that reciprocated for our help with their disasters, misgivings, social turmoil, & poverty by sending to the United States of America monetary and physical help when Sandy ravaged our East Coast leaving dead,homelessness, and pure disaster.
 Listed below are all the Countries and World Organizations that are giving us graciousassistance. Please assist in thanking these entities by passing on this email so people allover America can join in and THANK our neighbors,to whom we have invested BILLIONS!First on the list is: 1. No One
VOL 3. NO. 1 A publication of the Bowie County Republican PartJanuary 4, 2013
William Carl--Editor 
JUST HOW LOW WILL THE GOVERNMENT GO TO POLITICIZE A TRAGEDY?My son who writes for World Net Daily sent this to me so I’m betting that it is authentic. I invite e others to check it out.CRISIS ACTORS??
*********************The next thing we expect is panic stricken gun control advocates who can’t ask themselves asimple question or two: 1. what if there had been ONE person in the Denver theater and theelementary school with a gun? And 2. with 67,000,000 gun owners in the United States, whyshould a crazy criminal determine whether or not the Second Amendment is valid?ASK YOUR LOCAL SHERIFF WHAT HIS POSITION ISA high-profile former sheriff who once sued the U.S. government over its gun regulations – andwon – says it’s the local sheriff who will have to defend Americans when and if the feds start banning and confiscating guns.Richard Mack,a former sheriff in Graham County, Ariz., joined with then-Ravalli County Sheriff Jay Printz in a lawsuit against Washington when Bill Clinton demanded sheriffs enforce provisionsof the Brady Bill gun-control law. He won. And since then he’s been at the front of a movementthat highlights the responsibility of local sheriffs.

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