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We will never forget September 11, 2001. Today, we remember the innocent lives lost that day. ... See MoreSee Less
Each of us truly remember exactly where we were when we found out what had just occurred. Millions of us, millions of stories.
Never Forget the awesome Patriots we love them God bless all the families may they RIP🙏🙌🤲🤗🇱🇷🇱🇷🇱🇷🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹
Patriot Day is April 19. You know, the 'shot heard 'round the world' that started the American Revolution? I call this day "9-11 Remembrance Day".
The country sure has a weak memory....
Our elected officials have forgotten what this day means ! They stand and allow other congressmen and women to belittle our Country attack our allies and dishonor our dead ! We the people must stand against this disgrace , our elected officials will not , then we have no choice but to demand their resignation! People Stand up for our country now before it is too late !!
Robert- the problem is...”we have forgotten”. How our nation that cried, that was scared, that was angry, can now elect congressional members that hate our laws, hate our flag, hate our country is beyond me. Yet, to many in Washington won’t even say Islamic Terrorist. This is MY country, my laws, my flag, my president... if you don’t like all the above, go back to your pig hating, goat loving, Shari law loving hell hole where you have been inter- fighting for a thousand years! I have not forgotten, I am still sad, I am still mad, but I am not afraid to be politically incorrect! These people do not like us, will never like us, and are not going to change. It is a fight, battle, or war over deeply rooted religion, Islam VS Christianity... but, I’m not over there trying to change them... there’s the difference!
We will never forget September 11, 2001. Today, we remember the innocent lives lost that day.
As students dust off their backpacks & head back to school, Fall is definitely in the air. If only our Texas temperatures would cooperate & bring a dose of Fall weather to go along. Here are five things happening around your state this month: #txlege
My Five Cents - Robert Nichols for Senate
As students dust off their backpacks these last few weeks and head back to school, Fall is definitely in the air. If only our Texas temperatures would...
There’s nothing like putting your feet on the deck of #BattleshipTexas. Children who want to experience history need an opportunity to see something like this because once it’s gone, it will never be replaced. Read more on saving #BattleshipTexas: #txlege
Saving Battleship Texas
In our fast-paced-disposable culture, one often wonders, what’s worth saving?
Senator Nichols is a tried-and-true conservative. He served as County Chairman for dozens of Republican candidates including United States Senators John Tower, Phil Gramm and John Cornyn, then-Governor George W. Bush, Governor Rick Perry and Nichols’ conservative tradition continues. Nichols has been named a “Champion for Free Enterprise” by the Texas Association of Business multiple years in a row, Texas Eagle Forum has named him one of the most conservative members of the Texas Legislature, and he has been named a “Champion for Children” by the Equity Center for his work to improve the school finance system.
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