January 27, 2016

National Security: Washington Fails Voters

D.C. Insiders Fail Voters On National Security The elitist of the Washington cartel often tell us how hard they are working to bolster national security. When it comes to our concerns of national security, the likes of Mitch McConnell, Paul Ryan, and Bill Flores really do not get it. They think rhetoric is enough. They believe that their tough talk should …

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January 18, 2016

Leadership: Sims vs Flores

Leadership: Kaleb Sims’ principles vs. Bill Flores’ record Kaleb Sims’ principles: It bears repeating here that I am running for office because our current representation does not stand up for our values and principles; someone needs to be that voice on our behalf.  Leadership in the House of Representatives should begin with someone capable of expressing core values and principles …

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January 15, 2016

Right-to-Life: Sims vs. Flores

Kaleb Sims’ Principles vs Bill Flores’ Record Kaleb Sims position: Life begins at conception.  All persons deserve equal protection under the law and no one’s life should be selectively taken without due process.  The right to life, endowed to us by our Creator and acknowledged by our own Declaration of Independence, is the civil rights issue of our time.  There …

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January 13, 2016

Obama’s Tall Tales: Unemployment & Economy

Mark Twain had a colorful description of what he called three kinds of lies – culminating with statistics being the greatest.  Obama’s State of the Union Address played fast and loose with the truth on a number of issues, and his comments about the economy were optimistic at best.  Obama has been heralding unemployment at 5.0%.  Here is the truth about the health …

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December 28, 2015

Without Representation

“No taxation without representation” was a call by our forefathers for the government to allow them a voice if they are to be taxed.  Today we are sufficiently taxed and we are able to elect politicians – but are they representing us?  Despite a majority in the House and the Senate, over 90% of Republican voters disapprove of Congress’ job.  It …

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December 22, 2015

Accountability – it is coming!

There has been so little accountability in our government – specifically, the President has not been held accountable by the House, and members of the House have largely not been held accountable by we, the people.  That lack of accountability is changing! The rise of the conservative movement has brought accountability into reach.  Even with republican majorities in the House …

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December 17, 2015

Betrayed, We Need Conservative Leadership

  12 months ago, conservatives across our nation, and specifically here in Congressional District 17, faced a serious betrayal. In December of 2014, after conservatives had risen up and given the Republican Party a majority in both legislative chambers, they betrayed us. Led by a House Speaker that a majority of representatives voted for – including Bill Flores, the House passed …

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December 9, 2015

Why I am Running for U.S. Congress

As I travel and campaign across Texas District 17, there is a consistent question that people ask me – Why?  The answer to this important question, and the fact that it resonates so strongly, is why many people have decided that they will be voting for Kaleb Sims this coming primary.  It is important to note that this decision was …

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November 26, 2015

Happy Thanksgiving!

On this day of Thanksgiving, we recognize and give thanks for the abundance bestowed upon us by a gracious and benevolent God.  The Liberty we know in America is not universal to all people, so as we express our gratitude to our Creator, I pass on to you this Thanksgiving Day address from 30 years ago.  From our family to …

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November 21, 2015

Kaleb Sims for U.S. Congress

Let’s change course for our nation. Let’s invest for a better tomorrow instead of mortgaging the future. Let’s seek to expand liberty and reduce government. Let’s seek justice for the least among us. Let us, together, seek to have leaders that are for the people and their posterity, not for special interests. I am running for office because I want …

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