Hundreds Turn Out In Houston To Honor Deputy Sheriff Executed By Low-Life Coward

#CopsLivesMatter: Massive Turn Out In TX Honoring The Deputy Executed By Black Man – Clash Daily

These pictures were taken at a memorial in Houston honoring the police officer that was gunned down at point blank by a career criminal thug.

HOUSTON – Many people gathered together at a memorial Saturday evening to remember Harris County Sheriff’s deputy Darren Goforth.

The memorial was made up of flowers, balloons, posters and candles among other items.

All of the items were all placed at the same gas pump where the deputy was shot and killed Friday night. The deputy was pumping gas when he was shot in the back multiple times, according to the Harris County Sheriff’s Office.

Hundreds of people were showed up Saturday evening to grieve and pray together for the family and friends of the officer. (KHOU)

Please note: The crowd did not destroy or loot the gas station in Texas.

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Senate RINOs Line Up To Defend Bitch McConnell’s Honor After Ted Cruz’s ‘Mr. Smith Goes To Washington’ Speech

Senior Senate Republicans Tebuke Ted Cruz For Mitch McConnell ‘Lie’ Attack – The Guardian

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Senior Senate Republicans lined up on Sunday to rebuke Texas senator Ted Cruz for attacking majority leader Mitch McConnell, in an extraordinary display of intra-party division played out live on the Senate floor.

As the Senate met for a rare Sunday session, Orrin Hatch of Utah, Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and John Cornyn of Texas each rose to counter a stunning floor speech Cruz gave on Friday in which he accused McConnell, of Kentucky, of lying.

None of them mentioned Cruz by name but the target of their remarks could not have been clearer.

“Squabbling and sanctimony may be tolerated in other venues and perhaps on the campaign trail, but they have no place among colleagues in the United States Senate,” said Hatch, the Senate’s president pro tempore. Cruz is running for president.

“The Senate floor has even become a place where senators have singled out colleagues by name to attack them,” Hatch continued, “ …and impugn their character in blatant disregard for Senate rules.

“Such misuses of the Senate floor must not be tolerated.”

After Hatch spoke, Cruz rose to defend himself for making the accusation that McConnell had lied when he denied striking a deal to allow a vote to revive the federal Export-Import Bank.

He said he agreed with Hatch’s calls for civility but declared: “Speaking the truth about actions is entirely consistent with civility.”

Around 20 senators of both parties were on the floor to watch some of the speeches. Cruz’s floor speech on Friday had brought nearly unheard-of drama and discord to the chamber.

The responses to it were just as remarkable, as senior Republicans united to defend an institution they revere and take down a junior colleague of their own party who has gone from being an occasional nuisance to being a threat to the Senate’s very ability to function with order.

McConnell said that given support for the Export-Import Bank, no “special deal” was needed to bring it to a vote.

The little-known bank is a federal agency that helps foreign customers to buy US goods. Conservatives oppose it as corporate welfare and are trying to end it.

The Senate was meeting on Sunday to vote on the bank as well as on a repeal of President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, the Affordable Care Act. Both were amendments to a must-pass highway bill that the Senate is trying to complete ahead of a 31 July deadline.

If Congress does not act by then, states will lose money for highway and transit projects in the middle of the summer construction season.

On Sunday, by a vote of 67-26, the Senate limited debate on a measure that would reauthorize the bank until September 2019.

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Most Corrupt Administration In History To Honor Illegals As “Champions Of Change” At White House Ceremony

White House To Welcome In, Honor Illegal Immigrants – Daily Caller

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President Obama’s White House will honor illegal immigrant activists at a ceremony Tuesday.

Two activists with the group Mi Familia Vota Education Fund will be honored as “Champions of Change” at a special White House ceremony.

Fernanda Zaragoza-Gomez, 19, a Colorado Mi Familia Vota canvasser, and Steven Arteaga Rodriguez, a Texas activist with the group, are both “DREAMers” who began their activism careers after applying for and gaining Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), a program established by Obama to provide living and working status for undocumented young immigrants.

The activist group, which has offices in six states, works for the goal of “expanding the electorate” through “direct, sustainable citizenship, voter registration, census education, GOTV and issue organizing in key states.”

Mi Familia Vota’s board of directors includes labor leader Eliseo Medina, who said in a 2010 speech that immigration reform will create a long-term progressive “governing coalition.”

“My father was deported and I never saw him again before he died,” honored activist Zaragoza-Gomez said in a statement. “I will keep working with Mi Familia Vota to grow Latino voter participation and push for commonsense immigration reform so that one day, other families won’t have to be separated, like I was from my father.”

While the White House is teaming with law enforcement officers, no arrests are expected to be made Tuesday.

The Daily Caller previously reported that Valerie Jarrett held a handful of secret meetings with illegal immigrant activists.

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Record 40 States Honor Reagan Birthday; 8 Democratic Guvs Balk

Record 40 States Honor Reagan Birthday; 8 Democratic Guvs Balk – Washington Examiner

Ronald Reagan can count 40 states that still remember the Gipper fondly.

On his 102nd birthday Wednesday, 40 states – a record – have proclaimed February 6 “Ronald Reagan Day.” Eight Democratic governors have refused to recognize Reagan Day and two others are on the fence.

The Reagan honor is also a tribute to Grover Norquist, head of Americans for Tax Reform. He also heads the Ronald Reagan Legacy Project which asks the nation’s governors to set the day aside for Reagan.

“Ronald Reagan led America forward to defeat the threats to our prosperity of high taxes, inflation, and recession at home and a surging Soviet Empire abroad. He left America stronger, freer, and safer than the day he became President,” said Norquist, whose project also encourages the naming of roads, buildings and landmarks after Reagan.

Here is the Reagan Legacy Project’s list of those backing–and rejecting–Reagan Day:

Alabama – Robert Bentley (R)

Alaska – Sean Parnell (R)

Arizona – Janice Brewer (R)

California – Jerry Brown (D)

Colorado – John Hickenlooper (D)

Florida – Rick Scott (R)

Georgia – Nathan Deal (R)

Idaho – Butch Otter (R)

Illinois – Pat Quinn (D)

Indiana – Mike Pence (R)

Iowa – Terry Branstad (R)

Kansas – Sam Brownback (R)

Louisiana – Bobby Jindal (R)

Maine – Paul LePage (R)

Maryland – Martin O’Malley (D)

Michigan – Rick Snyder (R)

Mississippi – Phil Bryant (R)

Missouri – Jay Nixon (D)

Montana – Steve Bullock (D)

Nebraska – Dave Heineman (R)

Nevada – Brian Sandoval (R)

New Hampshire – Maggie Hassan (D)

New Jersey – Chris Christie (R)

New Mexico – Susana Martinez (R)

New York – Andrew Cuomo (D)

North Carolina – Pat McCrory (R)

North Dakota – Jack Dalrymple (R)

Ohio – John Kasich (R)

Oklahoma – Mary Fallin (R)

Pennsylvania – Tom Corbett (R)

Rhode Island – Lincoln Chafee (I)

South Carolina – Nikki Haley (R)

South Dakota – Dennis Daugaard (R)

Tennessee – Bill Haslam (R)

Texas – Rick Perry (R)

Utah – Gary Herbert (R)

Virginia – Bob McDonnell (R)

West Virginia – Earl Ray Tomblin (D)

Wisconsin – Scott Walker (R)

Wyoming – Matt Mead (R)

The eight governors who have refused to issue a proclamation declaring Ronald Reagan Day in their states:

Arkansas – Mike Beebe (D)

Delaware – Jack Markell (D)

Hawaii – Neil Abercrombie (D)

Kentucky – Steve Beshear (D)

Massachusetts – Deval Patrick (D)

Minnesota – Mark Dayton (D)

Oregon – John Kitzhaber (D)

Vermont – Peter Shumlin (D)

The two governors who have not yet decided whether or not to issue a proclamation declaring Ronald Reagan Day in their states:

Connecticut – Dannel Malloy (D)

Washington – Jay Inslee (D)

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