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House Proceeding on Feb 27th, 2008 :: 0:13:33 to 0:15:26
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Ted Poe

0:13:15 to 0:13:33( Edit History Discussion )

Ted Poe: we've done it through the restore act. and the soon that house passed bill becomes law of the land the better. requiring the government to apply to a court and demonstrate to a standard

Joe Sestak

0:13:33 to 0:13:49( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: of probable cause that they know what they're doing not only protects the liberties of americans, it produces better intelligence. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman

Joe Sestak

0:13:33 to 0:15:26( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Joe Sestak

Joe Sestak

0:13:49 to 0:14:09( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: from texas rise? mr. poe: mr. speaker, request permission to address the house for one minute. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized. mr. poe: mr. speaker, born in south

Joe Sestak

0:14:09 to 0:14:21( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: carolina in 1810, sam mccullough jr. arrived in texas with his father and three sisters just prior to the texas war of independence from mexico. he was a free black, and with his freedom he volunteered

Joe Sestak

0:14:21 to 0:14:34( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: as a private to fight for independence. mccull awe took part in the battle of goliad. mccullough was severely injured. samuel mccullough jr. became the first texas casualty of the war. after

Joe Sestak

0:14:34 to 0:14:49( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: texas won its independence and became a free republic, samuel mccullough jr. went on to fight against the comanches at the famous battle of plumb creek and served as a spy for the texas

Joe Sestak

0:14:49 to 0:15:02( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: army when mexico reinvaded texas in 1842. later he lived as a farmer and rancher with his family on the land the texas government gave him for his service to the republic. he died in november

Joe Sestak

0:15:02 to 0:15:14( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: of 1893, and he triumphed over all obstacles and voluntarily risked life and limb to help fight for texas, the land he love. during black history month, we honor this freedom fighter. and

Joe Sestak

0:15:14 to 0:15:26( Edit History Discussion )

Joe Sestak: that's just the way it is. i yield back.3 the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? >> i ask unanimous consent to address the house for one minute minute.

Sam Johnson

0:15:26 to 0:15:41( Edit History Discussion )

Sam Johnson: the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman' s recognized for one minute without objection. >> thank you. when 9/11 happened, we, as a nation, realized that while we liked our wars over there, suddenly we were

Sam Johnson

0:15:26 to 0:17:24( Edit History Discussion )
Speech By: Sam Johnson

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