Kibbe's New York Times bestselling book, Don’t Hurt People and Don’t Take Their Stuff: A Libertarian Manifesto, deals with how citizen's basic rights under attack more than ever, and how individuals need to be willing to stand up for liberty. The book will be on sale at tonight's event, and Kibbe will be available to sign books beginning about 6:30 after the speech is over.
"Our goal is to secure our property rights and our water, because it is our property as affirmed by the Texas Supreme Court numerous times", said Stukey. He continued, "We feel like the local water district here, High Plains No. 1 is way overstepping their authority, and the state through TCEQ (Texas Commission on Environmental Quality) and the Texas Water Development Board is attempting to overstep their authority in imposing rules for High Plains to follow that we don't think are justified."
"Sometimes weather can be the great equalizer and certainly makes games that you feel like you know the way they're going to go, kind of turn into a toss-up", Orr said.
A partnership has been formed between Stripes Convenience Stores and M.D. Anderson Cancer Center involving childhood cancer for Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month.
Hawkins reminds listeners that if apples are not going to be eaten right away, they should be stored in the refrigerator, which stops the ripening process and keeps them crisp. If stored on the counter top apples will ripen 7-10 times faster.
The event will be a lunch and early afternoon gathering on Wednesday, September 17th from 11:00am - 2:00pm at Massage Envy located at 82nd & Quaker in the Village Shopping Center. People are invited to stop by for free chair massages, grilled hot dogs & hamburgers, chips and drinks. Other merchants in the Village Shopping Center will also be in attendance handing out coupons and other goodies.
Mackowiak said that there is some rumbling on the Left about Hillary's "hawkishness" as well as about her dealings in Wall street, and whether these subjects may allow the entry of Elizabeth Warren on the primary scene.
Carmageddon will be a huge event, and will take place on October 4th beginning at 9:00am. Entry fee is only $5.00 for adults, with children 12 and under getting in free.
"It's a very complex world over there, and obviously, now a very dangerous part", Neugebauer said.
The first field day will be from 10:00am - 12:00pm on Tuesday, October 16th about 6 miles southwest of Seminole at the Blaine Nichols farm. The second will be held on Thursday the 18th from 9:00am - 12:00 south of Lorenzo at the Steve Chapman farm.