RPT Wrap Up

Blog / June 17, 2008

 Thanks to all the YCT-ers, friends, alumni and RPT go-ers who helped make this weekend a success.  I am pleased to report that there was MAJOR enthusiasm for the group!

We’ll keep you informed on what’s up next!  Stay tuned for more pictures, too.

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RPT Day 3….In pictures!

Blog / June 14, 2008

Photo post!


SFA Chapter Chair Luke Bullock with Railroad Commission Chairman Michael Williams

Director of Public Relations Laura Elizabeth Morales interviewing Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst at the www.rightonline.com booth.

State Chairman David White and Director of Public Relations Laura Elizabeth Morales with Gov. Rick Perry.

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Live with Railroad Commission Chairman Michael Williams

Blog / June 13, 2008

You’ll recall his great speech at the YCT State Convention that motivated us activists, alumni and friends to continue fighting for conservatism.

His topic of conversation today is energy and it’s a big one here at RPT.

Railroad Commission Chairman Michael Williams is chatting with us about electricity and transportation.  He says we have to move to the utilization of clean coal for power.  We also have to expand the utilization of nuclear power for energy.

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Senator Cornyn’s Reaction to Yesterday’s Supreme Court Ruling on Detainees

Blog / June 13, 2008

The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that:

"…prisoners at the Guantanamo military base have a right to challenge their detention in US civilian courts, dealing a stiff rebuke to the Bush administration."


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Senator Cornyn Live at the Republican State Convention in Houston, Texas

Blog / June 13, 2008

I am liveblogging right here with the www.rightonline.com booth with Will Lutz of the Lone Star Report.

We’re about to listen to Senator John Cornyn.  He’s kicking it off by discussing high gas prices and says Congress needs to be part of the solution.  We should be less dependent on countries like Venezuela, he says.

"The problem we primarily have is supply….we’re going to need the oil we can produce here domestically in the near future," he elabortates.

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