Governor Perry took a little time away from the legislative session in Austin last Thursday to raise about $100,000 for the United Negro College Fund in Houston. Check out this video of Governor Perry from the event:
Country music Grammy Award winner Clay Walker has sixteen top 10 singles, eleven #1 songs, two gold albums, and four platinum albums. He is also a genuine humanitarian and a man of faith. This morning Clay joined Governor Rick Perry, Texas Quarterback Colt McCoy, and Dr. Gary Bauer at the National Day of Prayer Breakfast in Austin.
While business has waned somewhat in 2009, the state of Texas refuses to simmer over it. “Texas has always depended on a combination of being fiscally responsible, continually working on a business climate that is favorable for investment and the diversification of our economy,” says Demerson. “These things plus the leadership of Governor Perry and our legislative body, have contributed to Texas being recognized by many as having the best business climate in the United States to run a business.”
Monday night in Garland, Texas, Governor Perry moderated a town hall style event in Garland, Texas entitled, "Obama: The First 100 Days."
Hewitt, Medved, Perry, and Gallagher, prior to town hall event
Opening the event, American hero Scott O'Grady led the crowd in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Governor Perry then guided the discussion with talk radio hosts Mike Gallagher, Michael Medved, and Hugh Hewitt.