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Tom Leppert meets with Brighter Dallas to speak on campaign for US Senate

Tonight, May 24th, a group of young professionals got together at Dee Lincoln’s Tasting Room & Bubble Bar to listen to Tom Leppert, former Dallas City Mayor, speak about his campaign for the Texas GOP Senate nomination. The Brighter Dallas group, a political action committee in Dallas, Texas, put on this meeting as just one of a number of events aimed at […]


Texas GOP candidate for US Senate Glenn Addison visits Dallas Ron Paul activists

This evening, Glenn Addison, a Ron Paul like candidate for Texas‘ GOP US Senator race – who openly announced support for Ron Paul on Monday – visited the Richardson headquartered group of political activists supporting Ron Paul‘s presidential bid. Glenn was well received not only by those in attendance, but also a few independent media reporters and videographers. Glenn is […]


U.S. Senate Recognizes LDS Church’s 75th Anniversary of Welfare Program

On November 15th, 2011, Senator Hatch submitted Senate resolution 323 “Recognizing the 75th Anniversary of the Welfare Program of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the significant impact of the Welfare Program in the United States and throughout the world in helping people in need“ This type of service is not unusual […]


Spaldam’s Thoughts on “Health Care” Reform

I got a memo from my work’s HR department last week, in reference to “ObamaCare” that recently passed into law. I know many other employers have done similarly and are all concerned about how this will affect their ability to continue providing high quality health Insurance to their employees. My employer mentioned that some retiree […]


A stimulating letter to Senator John Cornyn

I got an e-mail from one of my Senators this week asking me to reply to the question, “How do you think the “stimulus” package has fallen short?” Here was my reply: Senator Cornyn, Thank you for you’re question about the so called “stimulus bill and other failed initiatives that have passed threw congress recently. […]


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