Questioning HERO #3:
Are HERO Proponents Discriminatory?

HERO proponents say they’re just trying to make Houston fair and open for everyone… but aren’t they the ones discriminating?

If you don’t think HERO advocates believe in discrimination, think again…

…and be sure to watch this video as I discuss a few of the more interesting responses to my videos #1 and #2 in opposition to HERO.

In case you missed video #1, you can view it HERE.

Video #2 is HERE.

Share video #3 on Facebook… HERE (thank you! 🙂 )

Question HERO (#2):
Why Are People Afraid to Criticize HERO?

Still not sure how you plan to vote on Proposition 1 (the so-called HERO ordinance)?

In this video, I explore the disturbing tactics that are being used to bludgeon opponents on this terrible law.

Do we want our kids to grow up in a city where they’re afraid that if they offend someone, or hurt someone’s feelings, that they might be thrown in jail?

Share this video. (Click here to share on Facebook)  And vote NO on Proposition 1

(You can watch video #1 in the series HERE)

Questioning the HERO Ordinance (#1):
Was My Family Discriminated Against?

(You can watch video #2 in this series HERE)

Apparently a few folks were confused about the point I was making in this first video… and they shared it anyway, which led to great comments like this…

Facebook comment about video

Thanks for proving my point, bro!



Tell people about this video by directing them to HEROSUCKS.COM

Learn more about Carl’s candidacy.

P.S. – Off the Kuff has refused to published Carl’s website link and endorsements on the 2015 election pageIs that discrimination?  

Leave a comment if anything’s changed, but in the meantime be sure to read the deceptive notice at the top of the 2015 election pageHERE

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The Future of the Constitution

Today Kerry Lutz and I discussed the ongoing economic turmoil in the U.S., as it relates to the future of the U.S. Constitution. Download or listen to the interview here.

We discuss:

  • Freedom as living out your own story
  • Why Congress was given the power to “coin money”
  • Rule of law versus discretion in monetary policy

Go here to listen:

Is The Fourth Amendment Obsolete?

Today Kerry Lutz and I discussed recent NSA revelations, the Fourth Amendment, the erosion of our civil liberties… and what can be done about it all. Download or listen to the interview here.

We discuss:

  • The recent shocking surveillance revelations from Washington, D.C.
  • Why every American needs to understand their rights
  • Why we have the Fourth Amendment in the first place

Go here to listen:

Also, here is a conversation we had back in April, in case you missed it:

Why Gun Control Failed in Congress Again

Check out my interview on the subject of gun control, from earlier today, with Kerry Lutz (download audio or listen online):

We discuss:

  • The polarization and dysfunction of Congress
  • How incumbency advantage in Congress is eroding our individual rights and civil liberties
  • What can be done about these problems

Go here to listen:

The Seventeenth Amendment and Direct Primary Elections for U.S. Senators, Part 2

The Seventeenth Amendment and Direct Primary Elections for U.S. Senators, Part 1