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A lawyer from Houston and previous candidate for Texas Governor.
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ENG: Kathie Glass is the Libertarian candidate for Texas governor in 2010. Glass states that she is the only candidate in the race who will take effective action to protect Texas sovereignty through the use of nullification and secure the border using the Texas State Guard. Katherine Youngblood Glass was born in Buford, Georgia. Her father worked for General Motors as an assembly line worker. Her mother was a school secretary. As the first person in her family to go to college, Kathie worked her way through university and then law school. At the age of 20, Kathie was graduated magna cum laude from the University of Georgia with a degree in English. She received many academic honors including Phi Beta Kappa. At the age of 23, she was graduated from the University of Georgia School of ...
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Kathie Glass wows Nullify Now!

Nullify Now! kicked off its multi-city tour in Ft. Worth Saturday with a six-hour event that drew an estimated 250 libertarians and conservatives to the Scott Theatre. While the event promotes Tom Woods' book, Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century, the tour, sponsored nationally by the Tenth Amendment Center and WeRefuse aims to teach freedom advocates how to resist unconstitutional demands imposed on states, and therefore on citizens, by the federal government. Libertarian Party candidate for governor Kathie Glass was one of the featured speakers and, according ...

Glass messing with Texas race

If former Houston Mayor Bill White is able to prevent Gov. Rick Perry from an unprecedented third term in November, he’ll most likely have received an assist from Libertarian Kathie Glass. Glass, a Houston lawyer who has been keeping a rigorous traveling schedule of tea party events, American Legion venues and radio talk show appearances, is campaigning on a platform of limited government and secure borders. On the stump, her blunt talk, accusing Perry of giving a wink and a nod to President Barack Obama, makes her an immediate presence. And a poll taken earlier this month showed her ...

Kathie Glass to Rick Perry

From The Kathie Glass campaign to contact.ipr@gmail.com: At the statewide televised gubernatorial debate on October 19, at which Rick Perry refused to show, Kathie Glass displayed her “strongly worded letter” that she was ready to hand to Rick Perry on border security. Several days ago, Kathie Glass released the contents of that letter. “Rick Perry touts the fact that he gave a letter to President Obama, begging him to defend our border. My letter to Rick Perry points out his Texas constitutional duty to defend the border and that he is in dereliction of that duty,” ...

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