McAllen, TX – LUPE, a local illegal immigration advocacy group, hosted a free screening of “America Divided.” The film, an EPIX original picture, which chronicles inequality in the United States from the perspective of wealthy and privileged celebrities, was screened at Historic Cine El Rey on Tuesday. Never to let a good opportunity to stump go to waste, LUPE previewed not 1, not 2, not even 3, but 4 times an ad for supporting Proposition 1 and all before the feature film began. Continue reading “LUPE Host Film Screening. Spams Pro Health Tax Ads!”
Edinburg – Today, a representative of UTRGV’s Young Republican posted on the groups Facebook page an image taken that displayed a vulgar anti- Trump message on one of the brick columns along the covered walkway.
The Young Republicans condemned the message, and called upon the two Democratic Organizations of UTRGV, The Young Democrats, and Progressive Young Democrat respectively, to join in on the condemnation. The two Democratic organizations have yet to release a statement. Continue reading ““Tolerant” Leftist Leave Vulgar Anti-Trump Message at UTRGV.”
Charges include: Assault and Aggravated Kidnapping!
On September 14, the Hidalgo County Democratic Party appointed local activist, Miguel Angel Garza to a chair position.
On the surface, it would appear that Mr. Garza is your average Democratic operative. Using his influence, skills, and networking capabilities, Miguel Angel Garza seeks to ensure local Democrats maintain or obtain elected office.
What the public is unaware of is that Mr. Garza has a very troubled past, carrying with him a list of criminal offenses that would even impress Hillary Rodham Clinton. Continue reading “Hidalgo Co Democratic Party Appoints Convicted Felon”
Father Jerry Frank lashed out at the opposition yesterday by calling on local media to help spread the word that only parishioners were allowed to attend Health Care Workshops. Unfortunately for Fr. Frank, my media outlet, though small, will not spread the word which calls for a controlled and agenda driven discussion in favor of more taxes. Continue reading “SAD! Fr. Frank Pockets the Silver for Health Care District.”
Since the final weekend of August, participating Catholic parishes throughout Hidalgo County began offering “informational” workshops with the sole purpose of pushing a County Health Care Taxing District, and influencing those that participate to vote for said District. The information workshops are being spear-headed by Father Gerald (Jerry) Frank, a Pastor of St. John the Baptist, and one of the leading proponents of the Taxing District, who also presented the signed petition to County Commissioners.
Opponents of the Taxing District, concerned that a religious institution is taking sides on a political issue, decided it was in the best interest of the electorate to provide an opposing view, and let the voters decide. Continue reading “Father Jerry Frank’s Silencing of Tax Opponents Is Not Catholic Teaching.”
False allegations prove Pro-Taxers are losing information war.
Today, a Facebook Page that supports Proposition 1, titled “Stand With Hidalgo County” took issue with local conservative activist, George Rice, and his continuing campaign to inform citizens of Hidalgo County about the disastrous Health Tax District that local medical elites stand to impose on tax payers.
Rather than refute any points made by Mr. Rice, an administrator of the Facebook page chose instead to attack Mr. Rice personally.
First, implying that Rice has the potential to physically assault those with different opinions. Secondly, that there is already a police record on file for harassment. FALSE! Continue reading “Desperation! Facebook Page in Support of Health-Tax Takes Aim at Local Veteran.”
Once again, Naxiely Lopez of The Monitor has released an other column painting a positive spin for the creation of a Healthcare Taxing District in Hidalgo County.
Lopez takes aim at one of the counter arguments made by opponents of the Taxing District, which presents Hidalgo County as the most taxed county in the State of Texas. Continue reading “No Surprises. The Monitor Moves the Goal Post for Healthcare District.”
Edinburg – Today, 3 local Mayors and hosted a luncheon at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Topic of discussion was how the new School of Medicine would benefit the health care industry in Hidalgo County. However it didn’t take long until true motivations were revealed, and that being how wonderful a Hidalgo County Healthcare Tax would be on tax paying citizens of Hidalgo County. Continue reading “No Shame! Healthcare Tax Masterminds Meet in Edinburg”
Tuesday, August 9th, the
honorable, incorruptible, and always ethical elected officials of the Hidalgo County Commissioners Court overwhelmingly approved via a 4-1 vote, to allow the Proposition of a Health Care Taxing District to be on the General Election, November 8th ballot. Of the 5 deciding officials, only Eddie Cantu of Pct 2 was the dissenting vote. Cantu’s primary reason behind his objection had to do with language on the petition, which were presented to the court by Juanita Valdez-Cox, Director of La Union de Pueblo Entero (LUPE), an illegal immigration advocacy group, and Father Jerry Frank, of Valley Interfaith. The petition called for an 8 cent property tax for every $100 valuation. According to Cantu, the setting for Health Care tax rate should be reserved exclusively for the Commissioner Court appointed “Board of Directors” and the tax rate ultimately approved by Hidalgo County Commissioners. According to Senate Bill 626, the ballot must specify a proposed tax rate. However, SB 626 also allows the Court appointed Board of Directors to set a tax rate, and to be approved by the Commissioners Court. Essentially, the rate you see at the ballot box may not ultimately be the rate Hidalgo County tax payers will have. That rate will be decided behind closed doors. As for why the proposed 8 cents, it’s likely that it was carried over from the first attempt at establishing a medical taxing district, which was narrowly defeated in November 2014. However, unlike 2014, the 2016 version may have a better chance at passing, and it all comes down to the numbers…. Continue reading “Health Care District Back on Ballot. And Why This Time It May Pass”
Jaime Longoria, Executive Director of Hidalgo County’s Community Service Agency, took an abrupt and sudden leave of absence this past week, leaving many concerned parties wondering as to why. And it is with this question, that administrators of Hidalgo County, specifically; Valde Guerra, Hidalgo County Executive Officer, are withholding the answer… Continue reading “Community Service Agency director goes M.I.A, valleydelta.com reveals why.”