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  • I Stand

    10/27/2014 5:39:22 PM PDT · by Chong · 15 replies
    Sign in front of the store | Recently | Tactical Firearms of Katy Texas
    annie, if you are afraid of what the Bible says about homosexuality, then change your ways because you cannot change The Word. You cannot censor Pastors, you cannot censor the Bible, you cannot censor God.
  • Another American Al-Qaedan Arrested Abroad.

    10/01/2010 1:53:43 AM PDT · by Wading Across · 5 replies
    ...Well, today I’ve come across an article from the Wall Street Journal noting that a Muslim with connections to Al Qaeda was arrested in Spain. He’s a U.S. citizen of Algerian origin. What makes the article noteworthy to me is that at the very end, the author comments that at one time Mr. Debhi lived in Katy, TX. I had previously commented on the issue of Muslims and a mosque in Katy, urging caution, pause and more importantly, Christian love, seeing a mission opportunity. As I noted however, if something insidious is going on in the Muslim community in Katy,...
  • Katy Abram's tearful conversation with Glenn Beck-tortured by Dem Thugs

    08/13/2009 6:39:56 PM PDT · by Maelstorm · 73 replies · 3,360+ views
    http://www.examiner.com ^ | August 13, 2009 | Gregory Dail
    Thursday, August 13, 2009—On the Glenn Beck radio program this morning Katy Abram, 35-year old mom, who asked Arlen Specter with boldness a question at a town hall meeting, poured her heart out to Glenn Beck. She was sobbing uncontrollably as she reported how the unscrupulous left had been calling her cell phone, emailing her constant threats and vile vitriol. The harassment didn’t stop there it bled over to her father’s business. Past two days have been a whitlwind (sob)--I'm okay." Hear it for yourselves, you decide! Sounds like shades of Sarah PaIin. I say Katy Abram is an American...
  • Hegar: To gain my support, Delisi must prove me wrong

    05/06/2008 5:35:36 AM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 19 replies · 342+ views
    The Austin American-Statesman ^ | May 6, 2008 | Glenn Hegar
    On Wednesday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced he had appointed Deirdre Delisi, his former chief of staff, chairwoman of the Texas Transportation Commission, which oversees the Texas Department of Transportation. As of today, I will not vote to confirm her appointment in the next legislative session. Ask almost any Texan, especially those who have the need to travel frequently on Interstate 35, about our Texas transportation system and they will tell you that many of our roads have extreme congestion, while other construction projects have experienced significant cost overruns. Last year, TxDOT notified the public that it had experienced a...
  • Texans ponder where superhighway might take them

    03/04/2008 1:28:23 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 12 replies · 415+ views
    The Boston Globe ^ | March 4, 2008 | Peter Canellos
    REFUGIO, Texas - With an abandoned Wild West-vintage town of storefronts slumbering just a block from old US 77, tiny Refugio is a place where myth and reality coexist in a ghostly silence. more stories like this Obama faces heat over aide's NAFTA remarks to Canadians Texas, Ohio could decide Dem nomination Canada says didn't misrepresent Obama over NAFTA McCain tags Dems on trade treaty NAFTA seen differently in Ohio, Texas And now this South Texas outpost is swept up in one of the more intriguing tests of myth vs. reality in today's political life: the battle over the so-called...
  • Katy, Rosenberg Host Trans-Texas Corridor Meetings

    02/28/2008 5:21:13 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 8 replies · 358+ views
    Fort Bend Now ^ | February 28, 2008 | John Pape
    The proposed Trans Texas Corridor did not find any fans, or any support, in Fort Bend County this week. At public meetings hosted by the Texas Department of Transportation in both Katy and Rosenberg, speaker after speaker, many in emotional tones, voiced their opposition to the proposed transportation corridor. No one spoke up in support of the proposal at either meeting. The Tuesday night session took place at Katy High School’s Performing Arts Center with over 200 residents in attendance. The evening before at the Rosenberg Civic and Convention Center, a similar crowd showed up to voice their opinions. In...
  • Houston suburb objects to mosque plans (Katy, TX ... triggers neighborhood dispute)

    12/07/2006 11:57:29 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 29 replies · 2,281+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 12/7/06 | Rasha Madkour - ap
    KATY, Texas - A plan to build a mosque in this Houston suburb has triggered a neighborhood dispute, with community members warning the place will become a terrorist hotbed and one man threatening to hold pig races on Fridays just to offend the Muslims. Many neighborhood residents claim they have nothing against Muslims and are more concerned about property values, drainage and traffic. But one resident has set up an anti-Islamic Web site with an odometer-like counter that keeps track of terrorist attacks since Sept. 11. A committee has formed to buy another property and offer to trade it for...
  • KELLIWOOD MAN ROBBED AT HOME (KATY, TEXAS)

    12/06/2006 5:07:33 AM PST · by MeneMeneTekelUpharsin · 12 replies · 486+ views
    The Houston Chronicle ^ | 6 December 2006
    Fort Bend County Sheriff's deputies are looking for several suspects who robbed a Katy man in his Kelliwood home at gunpoint Monday afternoon. The incident occurred after the 61-year-old man answered the door of his home in the 21400 block of Kelliwood Green Drive in the Kelliwood subdivision, according to a sheriff's release. A man and woman who rang the doorbell, along with three or four other men, forced their way into the home. The suspects tied up the homeowner and placed him in the closet while they searched the home, the release stated. Upon finding a locked safe, the...
  • Residents use pig races to deter building of mosque

    12/02/2006 3:07:56 PM PST · by Jacob Kell · 51 replies · 2,421+ views
    ABC13.com ^ | 11/29/06 | Ted Oberg
    There's an awful lot of exciting news when you round the corner on Baker Road. One of two big yellow signs announces a new neighbor is coming soon. K.I.A., that's the Katy Islamic Association, plan to build a mosque here. "It's not an appropriate place to have a mosque or church," said resident Barbara Simpson. It isn't going over real well. "As a house of worship, they shouldn't be disturbing the peace and tranquility of 15 homes," said resident John Wetmore. Neighbors tell us they're concerned about traffic and drainage and a little fear of the unknown. Some of the...
  • Residents use pig races to deter building of mosque

    12/02/2006 8:18:10 AM PST · by Hank Kerchief · 264 replies · 5,459+ views
    KTRK/KATY, TX ^ | Ted Oberg
    Residents use pig races to deter building of mosque Residents don't want group in their area  By Ted Oberg (11/29/06 - KTRK/KATY, TX) - There's an awful lot of exciting news when you round the corner on Baker Road. One of two big yellow signs announces a new neighbor is coming soon. Also on ABC13.com: Send news tips | RSS | ABC13 E-lert | Info mentioned on air | Search abc13.comK.I.A., that's the Katy Islamic Association, plan to build a mosque here. "It's not an appropriate place to have a mosque or church," said resident Barbara Simpson. It isn't...
  • Pig race plan leads to dirty argument

    12/02/2006 10:01:25 AM PST · by LOC1 · 28 replies · 1,409+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | 12/02/2006 | Allan Turner
    KATY — All snout and tail, the pink and brown pigs contentedly rooting in the wire pen behind Craig Baker's stone shop seem piggishly comic. They're racing pigs, after all, and that's got to be funny. But few in the sprawling subdivisions along Baker Road are laughing. These pigs are subtle weapons, here to show the new neighbors — the Katy Islamic Association — they aren't entirely welcome. Tension has been growing in this west Harris County community since September when the Muslim group announced it had purchased 11 acres south of Interstate 10 to build a mosque, school, community...
  • Residents use pig races to deter building of mosque

    11/29/2006 9:14:45 PM PST · by jdm · 134 replies · 6,506+ views
    KTRK ^ | Nov 29, 2006 | Ted Oberg
    (11/29/06 - KTRK/KATY, TX) - There's an awful lot of exciting news when you round the corner on Baker Road. One of two big yellow signs announces a new neighbor is coming soon. K.I.A., that's the Katy Islamic Association, plan to build a mosque here. "It's not an appropriate place to have a mosque or church," said resident Barbara Simpson. It isn't going over real well. "As a house of worship, they shouldn't be disturbing the peace and tranquility of 15 homes," said resident John Wetmore. Neighbors tell us they're concerned about traffic and drainage and a little fear of...
  • Katy ISD won't give up on bonds Despite rejection by district voters

    05/15/2006 5:29:56 AM PDT · by cbkaty · 9 replies · 141+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | May 15, 2006, 12:14AM | HELEN ERIKSEN and ERIC HANSON
    After Katy ISD voters' rejection of a $261.5 million bond proposal to build new schools and renovate aging facilities, officials say they will regroup this week to determine the next step toward passing a future bond issue. The district's referendum was among the elections held throughout the Houston area on Saturday to fund everything from new school construction to jail expansions and libraries. By law, the Katy school district cannot put another bond issue before voters until November. "Our biggest concern is that it puts us behind in the construction schedule to accommodate new students," school district spokesman Steve Stanford...
  • LIVE THREAD: HURRICANE KATRINA (Cat 1)

    08/24/2005 6:20:56 AM PDT · by NautiNurse · 861 replies · 48,011+ views
    NOAA-NHC ^ | 24 August 2005 | NOAA-NHC
    The twelfth tropical storm of the 2005 hurricane season is named Katrina. The following links are self-updating. Public Advisory Currently published every 3 hours 5A, 8A, 11A, 2P, etc. ET NHC Discussion Published every six hours 6A, 11A, 6P, 11P Three Day Forecast TrackFive Day Forecast TrackNavy Storm TrackTD 12 Track Forecast ArchiveForecast ModelsBuoy Data SE FloridaImages:Storm Floater IR LoopStorm Floater Still & Loop OptionsColor Enhanced IR LoopOther Resources:Florida East Coast Surf Reports Lots of great info here, including surf cams Central Florida Hurricane CenterHurricane City Category Wind Speed Barometric Pressure Storm Surge Damage Potential Tropical Depression < 39 mph...
  • Game Warden Drags, Kills Alligator(on a Houston suburb's residential street-on video)

    04/29/2003 11:26:47 AM PDT · by Diddle E. Squat · 163 replies · 491+ views
    Channel 2 Pseudo-News website ^ | 4/29/03 | Channel 2 sleazeball tabloid newsroom
    Game Warden Drags, Kills Alligator Katy Residents Angry Over Gator's Death POSTED: 8:47 a.m. CDT April 29, 2003 UPDATED: 11:04 a.m. CDT April 29, 2003 KATY, Texas -- Some Houston-area residents said they were upset Monday at the way a Texas Parks & Wildlife Department game warden got rid of 9-foot alligator in their neighborhood. Residents told News2Houston that they called authorities after discovering the gator Thursday in the middle of a road in the 22000 block of Lodgestone Court in a Cinco Ranch neighborhood in Katy. Witnesses recorded the gator's capture on videotape, in which the game warden was...
  • After Action Report - Rally for America - Katy, TX

    03/23/2003 7:11:51 PM PST · by PetroniDE · 21 replies · 288+ views
    23 March 2003 | PetroniDE
    A crowd of between 2000-2500 people gathered at Rhodes Memorial Stadium in Katy, TX for "A Rally and Prayer for America". It seems like every event attended is a little different from earlier experiences, and this event was no exception. This event had more prayer than previous gatherings. Of the nine speakers, four were local ministers, but another reason for this was news regarding loss of life overseas and the apparent gross disregard for the Geneva convention by the Iraqi government. Speeches were given from the Mayor of Katy as well as two member of Katy City Council. Those politicians...
  • Jury sends message: $24 million awarded in Texas cross-burning case

    02/27/2003 6:16:00 AM PST · by berserker · 19 replies · 297+ views
    Houston Chronicle ^ | Feb. 26, 2003 | Rosanna Ruiz
    A jury awarded more than $24 million to a black family Wednesday, punishing the five men who burned a cross in their Katy yard. The jury forewoman said the award is a strong signal that racist acts come with a heavy price. "We wanted to send a big message," Shirlene Williams, 41, said later. Williams said the jurors had at one point arrived at a figure but were unhappy with it, and went back and added more. The eight-member jury found that Matthew Marshall, Corydon Parsons, Paul Bergeron, Darin White and Wayne Mathews, all 23, were guilty of negligence, defamation...