ThurAM: Austin Bill of Rights Resolution
- An inspiring defense of the transcendence of America's 'Bill of Rights' over mundane govt affairs was delivered by Austin's Mayor Pro Tem, Jackie Goodman, at 5pm during the August 7 City Council meeting!
She is to be appreciated, and is joined by Council members Raul Alvarez and Danny Thomas in sponsorship of a resolution proposed for this Thursday's August 14th meeting to affirm that which public officials are sworn in to uphold. They are making an opportunity for local officials and the rest of us to acknowledge and affirm the civil foundation of liberty as the essential tradition upon which American govt is presumed. This may become the first such resolution in Texas; as it in so proclaiming, joins 3 states and over 140 local communities with nearly 17 million in population. See http://www.bordc.org
Can anyone advocate that any govt agency can legitimately supersede this public right and dutyt?
Austin City Council Meeting Agenda August 14, 2003
10:00 A.M. Items Continued From Previous Meetings item# 28.
Discussion and possible action on a resolution regarding the Patriot Act.
(Mayor Pro Tem Jackie Goodman, Council Member Raul Alvarez and Council Member Danny Thomas)
Place: Lower Colorado River Authority, Hancock Building, Board Room
Address: 3700 Lake Austin Boulevard
Austin, TX 78703
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Local public officials have a duty to defend the Bill of Rights, which is an integral & essential part of the United States Constitution that they swore to uphold upon starting their terms of service http://www.constitution.org
Americans must be FOR a brave love of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; as it triumphs over the tyranny of fear!
-Terry Liberty Parker
In Austin Texas every Sunday 6:30pm to ?
I host informal discussion to which all are welcome
who want to consider ideas & issues of political liberty
in Hickory St Grill at 8th St & Congress Ave
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