Articles by Lianne Mueck

About Lianne Mueck (12 Articles)
Lianne Mueck started her IT career while based at Goodfellow AFB in 1998. During the course of her time there, Lianne was tasked by Operation Desert Storm/Shield Association with interviewing and investigating Gulf War Syndrome with Active Duty Military. She served proudly with this organization and worked alongside members of both Parties to help achieve President Clinton’s final summary for presumptive care and treatment for GW veterans and their families. Her love for service carried her to Rhode Island where she was worked alongside Rhode Island Tea Party who saw historical gains for the “conservative” movement. Establishing itself as the first State-level Tea Party, Lianne was elected to public office and worked tirelessly with both Democrats and Republicans in areas of Voter ID, Transportation legislation, Public Sector Union fairness as well as large budgetary items. Her focus was on Education Reform. Returning to Texas, Lianne has worked for conservative candidates who are pro-life, pro-marriage but most importantly, pro-Constitution. Now remarried to her childhood crush, Lianne and Curtis reside in their hometown of Livingston where they are raising their precious grandson, Elijah. They attend Central Baptist Church.

Polk County Commissioners Resistance Movement

September 1, 2018 // 1 Comment

The business of running a County is the same as that of running a business. As I watch the Commissioners court meetings, I am being reminded more and more of my time in the [...]

Mid-Term Mania – Part 2

July 22, 2018 // 0 Comments

Recently, it was alleged that I hold similar views to Hitler. That is the most recent talking point of the left when presented with documents and facts that disprove their [...]

Mid-Term Mania – Part 1

July 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

While spending time as a campaign staffer for a few years, I’ve become conditioned to expect the craziness that overtakes the politicians and activists every June. It is [...]

Is Obama’s Lawyer Behind it All?

July 9, 2018 // 0 Comments

Founded in 1912, Perkins Coie is the oldest and largest law firm in America. The client list reads like a “who’s who” for the corporate and political arenas. From [...]

Don’t Tread on Me

July 6, 2018 // 0 Comments

In the quiet, sleepy town of Livingston, on a hot summer July day, people from surrounding counties gathered with the residents of Polk County to greet and hear Texas Senator [...]

The Birth of a Nation

July 2, 2018 // 0 Comments

I hate shopping at Wal-Mart. I am one of those people who will actually spend a little more at the local grocery store for the convenience of not having to go to that big box [...]

Enemies are our Allies?

June 28, 2018 // 0 Comments

For eight-years under the Obama Administration, we know now that the left’s “enemies” had unfettered access to Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation via “pay to [...]

Immigration & the Faces of Hate

June 25, 2018 // 6 Comments

The best comment I have heard during this past couple of weeks concerning immigration was “I recommend we follow everyone we don’t like around and tell them they suck.” [...]
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