Where The State Of Texas Hides Your Money


Ever wonder what your State government does with your exaction/extortion money called revenues, taxes, and fees?

I’d like to introduce you to the Texas State “ANNUAL CASH REPORT”, where it states that over $26 billion of your hard earned tax dollars are quietly tucked away in the State Treasurer Investment Fund.

(Link–> http://www.texastransparency.org/State_Finance/Budget_Finance/Reports/Cash_Report/)

Let’s take a look at what Texas reports that it does with its $26 billion extra taxation…

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The following is a breakdown of the pooled cash and cash equivalent investments which is reported at fair market value (FMV) in financial institutions by type of instrument:

Treasury Fund Cash

Time Deposit – $4,749,600
Non-interest-bearing Demand Accounts and NOW Accounts – $568,521,205
BIDTX – $440,000,000
Repurchase Agreements – $900,000,000
US Government Securities (FMV) – $12,918,191,221
Mortgage Backed Government Securities (FMV) – $2,206,698,449
Asset Backed Securities – $2,399,504,254
Bankers Acceptance – $0
Commercial Paper – $3,530,547,085
Mutual Funds – $6,000,000
Accrued Interest – $31,431,563
Cashier’s Cash (cash and checks in transit) – $1,393,055
Investment in Treasury Safekeeping Trust Company – $1,000,000
Supranational – $799,846,940
Israel Bond$37,973,370
Corporate Obligations – $2,897,656,572

Less: Obligations under Reverse Repurchase Agreements – (-$51,272,646)

Total Pooled Cash and Cash Equivalents – $26,692,240,669

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That’s right folks, your money is invested in such things as toxic “Mortgage-Backed Securities”. How does that make you feel, that is considering the homeless and hungry rate is ever increasing? How do you feel knowing your tax money goes to funding bonds to Israel and other foreign “states”? How about federal securities gambling?

Well, perhaps you are curious where all of this investment wealth is accounted for within the Texas State government? I know I am…

The following statement of account balances is from the “Annual Cash Report” for the State of Texas for fiscal year 2013, and is the latest report.

Note that each “account” is a divided and restricted or unrestricted portion of one of the investment funds as shown in the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

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State of Texas Annual Cash Report 2013
The State’s Financial Condition: Treasury Fund Detail Fund (Number/Title)

This table presents beginning cash balance, total revenue and expenditures, and the ending cash balance for each state fund within fund groups. (The following presentation represents only the cash balances after revenues and expenditures are deducted for the year.)

A separate presentation is shown for consolidated general revenue and non-consolidated funds.

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TABLE 17 Cash Balances, Revenues and Expenditures
Year Ended August 31, 2013

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GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND DISBURSING FUNDS

0001 General Revenue Fund – $2 ,750,862,028.77
0009 GR Account – Game, Fish, and Water Safety – $89,273,635.29
0019 GR Account – Vital Statistics  – $15,944,187.44
0027 GR Account – Coastal Protection – $12,300,950.89
0028 GR Account – Appraiser Registry – $0.00
0036 GR Account – Texas Department of Insurance Operating – $146,296,202.29
0064 GR Account – State Parks – $32,671,408.95
0071 GR Account – Texas Highway Beautification $0.00
0088 GR Account – Low-Level Radioactive Waste – $32,124,457.52
0099 GR Account – Operators and Chauffeurs License – $6,777,837.87
0101 GR Account – Alternative Fuels Research and Education – $5,755,167.66
0107 GR Account – Comprehensive Rehabilitation – $4,851,987.55
0108 GR Account – Private Beauty Culture School Tuition Protection – $198,752.10
0116 GR Account – Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education – $24,784,895.17
0129 GR Account – Hospital Licensing – $14,464,937.13
0145 GR Account – Oil-Field Cleanup $0.00
0146 GR Account – Used Oil Recycling – $15,194,375.35
0151 GR Account – Clean Air – $142,005,670.38
0153 GR Account – Water Resource Management – $22,284,586.09
0158 GR Account – Watermaster Administration – $1,686,104.14
0165 GR Account – Unemployment Compensation Special Administration – $13,287,850.20

0225 GR Account – University of Houston Current – $7,803,743.47
0226 GR Account – University of Texas – Pan American Current – $1,779,794.48
0227 GR Account – Angelo State University Current – $1,362,302.54
0228 GR Account – University of Texas at Tyler Current – $2,905,311.13
0229 GR Account – University of Houston – Clear Lake Current – $7,469,468.27
0230 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi Current $8,003,324.30
0231 GR Account – Texas A&M International University Current – $7,651,629.61
0232 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Texarkana Current – $6,252,575.84
0233 GR Account – University of Houston – Victoria Current – $2,516,317.84
0235 GR Account – University of Texas at Brownsville Current – $1,075,406.01
0236 GR Account – University of Texas System Cancer Center Current – $234,091.62
0237 GR Account – Texas State Technical College System Current – $19,616,051.22
0238 GR Account – University of Texas at Dallas Current – $31,575,047.14
0239 GR Account – Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Current – $14,714,121.58
0242 GR Account – Texas A&M University Current – $39,823,988.85
0243 GR Account – Tarleton State University Current – $5,968,209.89
0244 GR Account – University of Texas at Arlington Current – $2,693,079.84
0245 GR Account – Prairie View A&M University Current – $45,174,056.40
0246 GR Account – University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston Current – $ 0 .00
0247 GR Account – Texas Southern University Current – $1,940,729.08
0248 GR Account – University of Texas at Austin Current – $17,757,483.97
0249 GR Account – University of Texas at San Antonio Current $10,836,853.31
0250 GR Account – University of Texas at El Paso Current – $1,278,036.62
0251 GR Account – University of Texas of the Permian Basin Current – $10,156,049.60
0252 GR Account – University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas Current – $12,921,413.69
0253 GR Account – Texas Woman’s University Current – $1,911,442.78
0254 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Kingsville Current – $12,098,249.13
0255 GR Account – Texas Tech University Current – $14,144,746.04
0256 GR Account – Lamar University Current – $7,262,788.79
0257 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Commerce Current – $8,563,335.86
0258 GR Account – University of North Texas Current – $5,102,393.16
0259 GR Account – Sam Houston State University Current – $31,437,977.87
0260 GR Account – Texas State University – San Marcos Current – $17,432,410.08
0261 GR Account – Stephen F. Austin State University Current – $2,342,946.93
0262 GR Account – Sul Ross State University Current – $559,479.04
0263 GR Account – West Texas A&M University Current – $1,139,431.81
0264 GR Account – Midwestern State University Current – $4,508,478.78
0268 GR Account – University of Houston Downtown Current – $485,164.64
0271 GR Account – University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston Current – $4,455,116.47
0275 GR Account – Texas A&M University at Galveston Current – $5,961,827.30
0279 GR Account – University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Current – $12,802,241.23
0280 GR Account – University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth Current – $4,258,323.43
0282 GR Account – University of Texas Health Center at Tyler Current – $358,125.00
0285 GR Account – Lamar State College Orange Current – $1,795,642.87
0286 GR Account – Lamar State College Port Arthur Current – $823,006.69
0287 GR Account – Lamar Institute of Technology Current – $1,150,373.48
0289 GR Account – Texas A&M University System Health Science Center Current – $1,677,273.00
0290 GR Account – Texas A&M University – San Antonio Current – $7,397,021.24
0291 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Central Texas Current – $3,108,176.01
0292 GR Account – University of North Texas – Dallas Current – $2 ,811,263.27

0334 GR Account – Commission on the Arts Operating – $919,567.09
0341 GR Account – Food and Drug Retail Fee – $1,428,203.55
0412 GR Account – Midwestern State University Special Mineral – $0.00
0420 GR Account – Parks and Wildlife Operating – $0.00
0425 GR Account – Rural Economic Development – $0.00
0450 GR Account – Coastal Public Lands Management Fee – $492,427.04
0452 GR Account – Texas Spill Response – $18,584.14
0453 GR Account – Disaster Contingency – $1,162,258.41
0467 GR Account – Texas Recreation and Parks – $3,135,716.42
0468 GR Account – Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Occupational Licensing – $7,518,657.09
0472 GR Account – Inaugural – $162,961.71
0492 GR Account – Business Enterprise Program – $2,105,884.93
0501 GR Account – Motorcycle Education – $15,232,170.38
0506 GR Account – Non-Game and Endangered Species Conservation – $659,037.08
0507 GR Account – State Lease – $390,577.54
0512 GR Account – Bureau of Emergency Management – $7,451,807.36
0524 GR Account – Public Health Services Fees – $3,644,953.22
0542 GR Account – Medical School Tuition Set Aside – $16,000.00
0543 GR Account – Texas Capital Trust – $17,751,370.42
0544 GR Account – Lifetime License Endowment – $24,158,012.24
0549 GR Account – Waste Management – $30,857,345.36
0550 GR Account – Hazardous and Solid Waste Remediation Fees – $49,592,060.90
0570 GR Account – Federal Surplus Property Service Charge – $3,017,408.03
0581 GR Account – Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute – $2,250,844.14
0597 GR Account – Texas Racing Commission – $1,712,877.48
0655 GR Account – Petroleum Storage Tank Remediation – $152,561,295.36
0664 GR Account – Texas Preservation Trust – $1,646,312.42
0679 GR Account – Artificial Reef 1 – $12,544,646.29
5000 GR Account – Solid Waste Disposal Fees – $13,842,928.86
5002 GR Account – Young Farmer Loan Guarantee – $206,448.13
5003 GR Account – Hotel Occupancy Tax For Economic Development – $22,214,907.60
5004 GR Account – Parks and Wildlife Conservation and Capital – $944,072.31
5005 GR Account – Oil Overcharge – $80,717,783.43
5006 GR Account – Attorney General Law Enforcement – $2,461,363.71
5007 GR Account – Commission on State Emergency Communications – $31,650,811.17
5009 GR Account – Children with Special Healthcare Needs – $390,574.53
5010 GR Account – Sexual Assault Program – $18,222,896.46
5012 GR Account – Crime Stoppers Assistance – $554,899.92
5013 GR Account – Breath Alcohol Testing – $1,095,080.69
5015 GR Account – Texas Collegiate License Plates – $236,196.56
5017 GR Account – Asbestos Removal Licensure – $25,880,662.27
5018 GR Account – Home Health Services – $39,370,430.67
5020 GR Account – Workplace Chemicals List – $4,533,757.27
5021 GR Account – Certification of Mammography Systems – $3,459,408.65
5022 GR Account – Oyster Sales – $1,161,492.92
5023 GR Account – Shrimp License Buy Back – $1,587,241.08
5024 GR Account – Food and Drug Registration – $29,664,459.17
5025 GR Account – Lottery – $248,516,067.59
5027 GR Account – Read to Succeed Plates – $5,317.75
5029 GR Account – Center for Study and Prevention of Juvenile Crime and Delinquency – $8,032,245.44
5030 GR Account – Big Bend National Park Plates – $15,058.76
5031 GR Account – Excess Benefit Arrangement, Teacher Retirement System – $186,822.98
5032 GR Account – Animal Friendly Plates – $772,463.06
5034 GR Account – Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarship Plates – $1,905.58
5036 GR Account – Attorney General Volunteer Advocate Program Plates – $80,813.61
5037 GR Account – Sexual Assault Prevention and Crisis Services – $24.16
5039 GR Account – Excess Benefit Arrangement, Employees Retirement System – $0.00
5040 GR Account – Tobacco Settlement – $33,141,425.67
5042 GR Account – Texas Reads Plates – $21,847.73
5049 GR Account – State Owned Multicategorical Teaching Hospital – $5,366,898.86
5050 GR Account – 9-1-1 Service Fees – $156,931,050.06
5051 GR Account – Go Texan Partner Program Plates – $1,438,706.35
5052 GR Account – Girl Scout License Plates – $214.49
5053 GR Account – Tourism Plates – $129,244.35
5055 GR Account – Texas Special Olympics License Plates – $2,253.10
5056 GR Account – Texas A&M University – Kingsville Graduate Assistance, College of Agriculture & Human Sciences Plates – $4 ,270.10
5057 GR Account – Waterfowl and Wetland Conservation License Plates 2 – $38,950.17
5059 GR Account – Peace Officer Flag – $3,858.68
5060 GR Account – Private Sector Prison Industries – $990,703.50
5064 GR Account – Volunteer Fire Department Assistance – $81,803,856.70
5065 GR Account – Environmental Testing Laboratory Accreditation – $976,504.31
5066 GR Account – Rural Volunteer Fire Department Insurance – $3,822,862.30
5071 GR Account – Emissions Reduction Plan – $802,135,318.13
5073 GR Account – Fair Defense – $18,277,152.75
5074 GR Account – Healthy Kids Successor – $16,623.51
5080 GR Account – Quality Assurance – $35,687,807.94
5081 GR Account – Barber School Tuition Protection – $25,250.30
5083 GR Account – Correctional Management Institute and Criminal Justice Center – $530,333.23
5084 GR Account – Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention Operating – $1,107,812.64
5085 GR Account – Child Abuse Neglect and Prevention Trust – $16,810,339.59
5086 GR Account – I Love Texas Plates – $10,251.83
5089 GR Account – YMCA License Plates – $67.83
5093 GR Account – Dry Cleaning Facility Release – $21,507,989.31
5094 GR Account – Operating Permit Fees – $13,124,956.03
5096 GR Account – Perpetual Care – $3,199,619.45
5100 GR Account – System Benefit – $838,530,160.56
5101 GR Account – Subsequent Injury – $65,146,919.51
5102 GR Account – Tertiary Care – $24,421,446.78
5103 GR Account – Texas B-On-Time Student Loan – $106,892,456.82
5105 GR Account – Public Assurance – $2,440,257.27
5106 GR Account – Economic Development Bank 1 – $14,880,871.26
5107 GR Account – Texas Enterprise – $217,668,746.53
5108 GR Account – EMS, Trauma Facilities, Trauma Care Systems – $14,732,906.98
5110 GR Account – Economic Development and Tourism – $68,703.35
5111 GR Account – Designated Trauma Facility and EMS – $382,364,707.44
5113 GR Account – Texas Music Foundation Plates – $9,833.70
5115 GR Account – Daughters of the Republic of Texas Plates – $17,623.19
5116 GR Account – Texas Lions Camp Plates – $1,027.78
5117 GR Account – March of Dimes Plates – $13,344.72
5118 GR Account – Knights of Columbus Plates – $3,100.08
5119 GR Account – Cotton Boll Plates – $2,884.05
5120 GR Account – Marine Mammal Recovery Plates – $1,679.44
5121 GR Account – Share The Road Plates – $22,545.55
5122 GR Account – El Paso Mission Restoration Plates – $3,928.76
5123 GR Account – Air Force Association of Texas Plates – $938.62
5124 GR Account – Emerging Technology 1 – $94,316,638.23
5125 GR Account – Childhood Immunization – $61,345.82
5126 GR Account – Boy Scout Plates – $648.99
5128 GR Account – Employment and Training Investment Holding – $97,157,362.90
5130 GR Account – Texas State Rifle Association Plates – $6,850.53
5131 GR Account – Master Gardener Plates – $5,895.63
5132 GR Account – 4-H Plates – $158.98
5133 GR Account – Urban Forestry Plates – $10,986.94
5134 GR Account – Be A Blood Donor Plates – $26,796.31
5135 GR Account – Educator Excellence – $86,771,953.97
5136 GR Account – Cancer Prevention and Research – $492,564.45
5137 GR Account – Regional Trauma – $64,120,482.87
5138 GR Account – Fire Prevention and Public Safety – $70,738.99
5140 GR Account – Specialty License Plates General – $230,869.03
5141 GR Account – American Legion Plates – $775.48
5142 GR Account – Marine Conservation Plates – $7 ,636.84
5143 GR Account – Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) – $1,978,715.54
5144 GR Account – Physician Education Loan Repayment Program – $83,084,389.59
5150 GR Account – Large County and Municipality Recreation and Parks – $6,751,613.71
5151 GR Account – Low-Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Compact Commission – $372,515.85
5152 GR Account – Alamo Complex – $2 ,511,997.78
5153 GR Account – Emergency Radio Infrastructure – $26,189,667.69
5154 GR Account – Choose Life Plates – $52,481.61
5155 GR Account – Oil and Gas Regulation and Clean Up – $66,307,780.54
5156 GR Account – Fire Protection Fees – $0.00
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TOTAL CASH ACCOUNT BALANCE – $5,416,197,559.72
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GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

0469 GR Account – Compensation to Victims of Crime – $25,003,209.71
0494 GR Account – Compensation to Victims of Crime Auxiliary – $8,184,334.69
5114 GR Account – Texas Military Value Revolving Loan – $58,324.71

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $33,245,869.11
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GROUP 03: FEDERAL FUNDS

0037 GR Account – Federal Child Welfare Service – $0.00
0092 GR Account – Federal Disaster – $5,363,262.51
0102 GR Account – Air Control Board Federal – $0.00
0117 GR Account – Federal Public Welfare Administration – $0.00
0118 GR Account – Federal Public Library Service – $327,815.01
0127 GR Account – Community Affairs Federal – $1,624,482.38
0148 GR Account – Federal Health, Education and Welfare – $10,996,776.70
0171 GR Account – Federal School Lunch – $0.00
0221 GR Account – Federal Civil Defense and Disaster Relief – $1,537,553.17
0222 GR Account – Department of Public Safety Federal – $14,048,657.06
0223 GR Account – Federal Land and Water Conservation – $8,786.45
0224 GR Account – Governor’s Office Federal Projects – $32,910,763.16
0273 GR Account – Federal Health and Health Lab Funding Excess Revenue – $50,286,601.59
0421 GR Account – Criminal Justice Planning – $62,031,861.46
0422 GR Account – DARS Federal – $911,500.21
0449 GR Account – Adjutant General Federal – $5,748,381.68
0454 GR Account – Federal Land Reclamation – $246,544.23
0582 GR Account – Motor Carrier Act Enforcement Federal – $76,947.52
5026 GR Account – Workforce Commission Federal – $17,171,606.40
5041 GR Account – Railroad Commission Federal – $2,306,846.22
5091 GR Account – Office of Rural Community Affairs Federal – $1,415,345.16
5095 GR Account – Election Improvement – $17,989,573.29
5109 GR Account – Medicaid Recovery 42 U.S.C. § 1396p – $9,438,621.08

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TOTALS CASH BALANCE – $234,441,925.28

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GROUP 04: PLEDGED FUNDS

0193 GR Account – Foundation School – $88,900,748.94
0540 GR Account – Judicial and Court Personnel Training – $3,218,152.59

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $92,118,901.53
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GROUP 08: TRUST FUNDS

5043 GR Account – Business Enterprise Program Trust – $1,160,846.49

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TOTALS CASH BALANCE – $1,160,846.49
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GROUP 12: RESTRICTED USE FUNDS

5044 GR Account – Permanent Fund for Health and Tobacco Education and Enforcement – $9 ,924,041.44
5045 GR Account – Permanent Fund for Children and Public Health – $5,767,340.34
5046 GR Account – Permanent Fund for Emergency Medical Services and Trauma Care – $3,399,875.41
5047 GR Account – Permanent Fund for Rural Health Facility Capital Improvement – $3,256,349.31
5048 GR Account – Permanent Hospital Fund for Capital Improvements and the Texas Center for Infectious Disease – $965,746.72
5149 GR Account – BP Oil Spill Texas Response Grant – $5,085,745.67

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $28,399,098.89
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BEGINNING TOTAL CASH BALANCE JUNE 1, 2012 – $1,988,757,273.03
ENDING TOTAL CASH BALANCE MAY 31, 2013 (TOTAL FROM ABOVE CASH BALANCES)- $8,556,426,229.79

TOTAL REVENUE (TAX AND FEES) COLLECTED FOR FISCAL YEAR – $124,400,797,097.85
TOTAL REVENUE SPENT (TAX/FEES OUTLAY) FOR FISCAL YEAR – $117,833,128,141.09

TOTAL EXCESS REVENUE (TAX) COLLECTED/INVESTED FROM PEOPLE – $6.66 Billion too much
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NON–CONSOLIDATED FUNDS

GROUP 01: GENERAL STATE OPERATING AND DISBURSING FUNDS

0183 Texas Economic Development Fund – $15,477,043.54
0303 Assistant Prosecutor Supplement Fund – $1,533,974.28
0304 Property Tax Relief Fund – $0.00
0329 Healthy Texas Small Employer Premium Stabilization Fund – $22,971,327.82
0363 Groundwater District Loan Assistance Fund – $185,784.88
0368 Fund for Veterans Assistance – $7,172,812.92
0373 Freestanding Emergency Medical Care Facility Licensing Fund – $1,338,933.00
0662 State Pension Review Board Fund – $0.47

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $48,679,876.91
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GROUP 02: CONSTITUTIONAL FUNDS EXPENDABLE FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES

0002 Available School Fund – $17,272,833.82
0003 State Instructional Materials Fund – $143,407,192.02
0006 State Highway Fund – $3,166,091,561.33
0008 State Highway Debt Service Fund – $144,814,773.24
0011 Available University Fund – $460,085,630.22
0047 Texas A&M University Available Fund – $169,591,346.17
0057 County and Road District Highway Fund – $29,118.53
0211 University of Texas Interest and Sinking Fund – $0.00
0212 Texas A&M University Interest and Sinking Fund – $0.00
0214 Available National Research University Fund – $28,167,504.47
0307 Proposition 12 TXDOT General Obligation Bonds – $281,202,425.51
0356 Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Fund – $291,633.39
0357 Economically Distressed Areas Clearance Interest and Sinking Fund – $2,613.85
0358 Agricultural Water Conservation Fund – $10,697,362.64
0365 Texas Mobility Fund – $1,198,318,264.60
0370 Texas Water Development Fund II Clearance Fund – $96,513,309.16
0371 Texas Water Development Fund II – $84,737,088.40
0372 Texas Water Development Fund II Interest and Sinking Fund – $10,175.09
0379 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1994A-1 and 1994B-1 Fund II – $851.75
0381 Veterans Land Bond Series 1994 Fund – $3,989.86
0383 Veterans Housing Program, Tax-Exempt Issues – $91,311,270.24
0384 Veterans Housing Program, Taxable Issues – $5,218,305.43
0385 Veterans Land Program, Tax-Exempt Issues – $616,142.28
0387 Texas Opportunity Plan Fund – $7 1,708,944.31
0388 Texas College Student Loan Bonds Interest and Sinking Fund – $93,801,572.50
0409 Texas Parks Development Bonds Interest and Sinking Fund – $8.64
0480 Water Assistance Fund – $1,019,081.41
0481 Water Loan Assistance Fund – $0.00
0482 Storage Acquisition Fund – $0.00
0483 Research and Planning Fund – $51,548.51
0522 Veterans Land Program Administration Fund – $2,959,249.38
0529 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984A Fund – $799,379.91
0536 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1984B Fund – $1,975.82
0567 Veterans Housing Assistance Series 1985 Fund – $3,149,437.25
0571 Veterans Land Bond Series 1986 Refunding Fund – $985,722.80
0575 Farm and Ranch Finance Program Fund – $41,635.15
0588 Small Business Incubator Fund – $19,541,869.59
0589 Texas Product Development Fund – $21,981,162.19
0590 Veterans Housing Assistance Bonds Series 1992 Fund – $5,264,021.17
0599 Economic Stabilization Fund – $6,170,184,417.62
0601 Student Loan Auxiliary Fund – $52,102,146.03
0626 Veterans Bonds Activity Series 1989 Fund – $185,344.80
0683 Texas Agricultural Fund – $16,620,162.78
0717 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1992B Project Interest and Sinking Fund – $1,466.23
7003 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1997 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $1,694.62
7005 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 1998B Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $4,696.41
7010 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002 Interest and Sinking Fund – $1,309.62
7013 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002A Interest and Sinking Fund – $0.60
7015 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Interest and Sinking Fund – $0.83
7017 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2002B Refunding Interest and Sinking – $19.74
7019 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2003A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $48.51
7020 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Colonias Rebate Fund – $145,594.35
7021 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A Rebate Fund – $7.01
7022 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2007A-1 TMPC Interest and Sinking Fund – $41.61
7023 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2006A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $83.19
7024 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2006B Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $19.80
7026 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2007A-2 TMPC Interest and Sinking Fund – $46.65
7027 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2007B TMPC Interest and Sinking Fund – $165.02
7030 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2007 TDCJ & TFC Interest and Sinking Fund – $57.21
7031 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2008 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $17.71
7033 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 Interest and Sinking Fund – $1.68
7035 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 Rebate Fund – $211.80
7039 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2008A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $74.22
7040 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B Interest and Sinking Fund – $608.98
7042 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series A&B Interest and Sinking Fund – $11.16
7044 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series A&B Rebate Fund – $9.46
7045 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009A Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $156.14
7048 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2010 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $277.72
7049 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2011 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $267.98
7051 T.P.F.A. G.O. Taxable Series 2011 Refunding Interest and Sinking Fund – $143,558.61
7201 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TDH Project A Fund – $5,930.86
7206 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2007 TDCJ Project Fund – $0.00
7207 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2007 TFC Project Fund – $503,377.01
7209 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2008A Refunding DPS Project Fund – $766,629.71
7210 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B DADS Project Fund – $137.45
7211 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B DPS Project Fund – $1,927,613.13
7212 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B DSHS Project Fund – $293,909.42
7213 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B THC Project Fund – $14,132,031.22
7214 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2009B DSHS (TCID) Project Fund – $282,806.61
7215 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2011 Refunding DSHS Project Fund – $4,838,145.14
7216 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2011 Refunding TSBVI Project Fund – $3,167,835.41
7217 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2011 Refunding TFC Project Fund – $9,321,053.51
7218 T.P.F.A. G.O. Series 2011 Refunding TDCJ Project Fund – $975,724.34
7604 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002B Colonias Project Fund – $8,205,742.91
7615 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A THC Project A Fund – $326.90
7616 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A MHMR Project B Fund – $2,211.72
7617 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TSBVI Project B Fund – $2,213.52
7618 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A DPS Project B Fund – $713,268.17
7619 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A DSHS Project C Fund – $47,269.83
7620 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A DADS Project C Fund – $8.61
7623 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TB&PC Project B Fund – $302.76
7624 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TB&PC Project C Fund – $16.43
7626 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A Adjutant General Project B Fund – $108,682.77
7627 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TSBVI Project C Fund – $227,568.86
7628 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TYC Project C Fund – $554,210.09
7629 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DPS Project 1A Fund – $2,313,406.38
7630 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DSHS Project 1A Fund – $288,956.07
7631 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DADS Project 1A Fund – $79.96
7632 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A THC Project B Fund – $632,925.31
7633 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TFC Project 1A Fund – $627,275.81
7634 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TPWD Project C Fund – $120,770.83
7635 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TPWD Project 1A Fund – $2,718,501.84
7636 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 THC Project 1A Fund – $9,232,583.07
7637 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TYC Project 1A Fund – $2,593,873.51
7638 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 Adjutant General Project 1A Fund – $304,866.37
7639 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series A&B Cancer Project Project Fund – $53,826,014.66
7640 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2002A TFC Project C Fund – $1,365,844.13
7641 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TFC Project 1B Fund – $5,008,887.84
7642 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TDCJ Project 1B Fund – $113.67
7643 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DSHS Project 1B Fund – $79,902.82
7644 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DADS Project 1B Fund – $3,965,586.87
7645 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TYC Project 1B Fund – $553,571.75
7646 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 THC Project 1B Fund – $1,120,156.69
7647 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TPWD Project 1B Fund – $8,247,633.79
7648 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DPS Project 1B Fund – $1,174,009.91
7649 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 Adjutant General Project 1B Fund – $1,788,752.47
7650 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 THC Project 1C Fund – $61,506.62
7651 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 DSHS Project 1C Fund – $4,163,288.69
7652 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TFC Project 1C Fund – $6,807,633.71
7653 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TDCJ Project 1C Fund – $13,078,392.08
7654 T.P.F.A. G.O. Commercial Paper Series 2008 TPWD Project 1C Fund – $1,621,303.78

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $12,527,064,373.73
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GROUP 03: FEDERAL FUNDS

0369 Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Fund – $22,980,940.33

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $22,980,940.33
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GROUP 04: PLEDGED FUNDS

0301 Rural Water Assistance Fund – $971,599.31
0302 Water Infrastructure Fund – $4,326,858.91
0364 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Rural Community Health Care Investment Program – $100,805.32
0374 Veterans Financial Assistance Program Fund – $29,096,157.59
0493 Department of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services Endowment Fund for the Blind – $161,471.16
0573 Judicial Fund – $10,801,915.48
0577 Tax and Revenue Anticipation Note Fund – $72,081,000.00
0651 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Refunding Series 1990 Interest and Sinking Fund – $351.39
0697 Student Loan Revenue Bond Fund – $87,908.91
0733 T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Interest and Sinking Fund – $5,125,930.21
0735 T.P.F.A. Series B Master Lease Project Fund – $1,643,605.79
7310 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1997A, 1997B and 1999A Interest and Sinking Fund – $4 .12
7311 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 1998, 1999B and 2001 TPWD Interest and Sinking Fund – $173.15
7320 T.P.F.A. Building Revenue Series 2000A GSC Interest and Sinking Fund – $151.52
7326 T.P.F.A. Revenue and Revenue Refunding Series 2002 Interest and Sinking Fund – $1.85
7327 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 2004A, B, C, D Interest and Sinking Fund – $150.28
7329 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 2005 TB&PC Interest and Sinking Fund – $42.01
7330 T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 2006 THC Interest and Sinking Fund – $3.00
7333 T.P.F.A. Revenue and Refunding Series 2005 TB&PC LWOP Rebate Fund – $5,527.02
7334 T.P.F.A. Revenue Series 2007 TPWD Interest and Sinking Fund – $50.04
7338 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 2007 TPWD Rebate Fund – $0.77
7339 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 2008 TFC Interest and Sinking Fund – $2.69
7515 T.P.F.A. Revenue Refunding Series 2007 TDCJ Project Fund – $2.12

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $124,403,712.64
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GROUP 05: CONSTITUTIONAL NON-EXPENDABLE FUNDS

0044 Permanent School Fund – $1,392,547,368.53
0045 Permanent University Fund – $17,579,039.64

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $1,410,126,408.17
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GROUP 07: PETTY CASH FUNDS – $10,347,744.59

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TOTALS CASH BALANCE – $10,347,744.59
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TOTALS FOR NON–CONSOLIDATED FUNDS (From Above) – $14,143,603,056.37

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TOTALS FOR ALL NON TRUST GROUPS (All Totals Combined) – $22,700,029,286.16

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GROUP 08: TRUST FUNDS

0021 Proportional Registration Distributive Trust Fund – $4,147,788.94
0521 Federal Resource Receipts Distribution Fund – $17,479.83
0807 Child Support Employee Deductions – Offset Account – $2,729,355.62
0829 Private Driving School Security Trust Fund – $4,262.74
0830 Events Trust Fund for Certain Municipalities and Counties – $14,943,628.82
0833 Craft Settlement Trust Fund – OAG – $580,391.12
0834 Credit Enhancement Charter School Bonds – $11,548,846.24
0838 Binding Arbitration Trust Fund – $83,915.00
0842 Texas Tomorrow Fund II Undergraduate Education Trust Fund – $666,308.52
0843 Parks and Wildlife Point of Sale Deposits Escrow Trust – $150,435.25
0844 Texas Workforce Commission Obligation Trust Fund – $77,232,766.07
0845 Capitol Visitor Parking Trust Fund – $(-24,856.41)
0846 Service Contract Providers Security Trust Account – $601,602.50
0849 Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum Local Trust Fund – $574,265.82
0850 Health Spa Bond Trust Fund – $152,578.68
0854 Capital Renewal Local Trust Fund – $2,320,942.90
0855 Texas School Employee Uniform Group Coverage Trust Fund – $47,199,731.50
0857 Assisted Living Facility Trust Fund – $505,212.97
0862 Fireworks Tax Security Trust Fund – $750.00
0864 403B Administrative Trust Fund, TRS – $356,241.96
0865 Turnpike Authority Project Disbursing Trust Account – $50,819.00
0866 Customs Brokers Bond/Security Trust Fund – $15,000.00
0868 Texas Racing Commission Security Trust Fund – $9,800.00
0869 Major Events Trust Fund – $21,068,206.93
0872 Tobacco Settlement Permanent Trust (Political Subdivisions) – $0.00
0873 General Land Office Purchase/Lease Land Vacancy Trust Fund – $9,599.58
0874 Local Tax Collections for Sports/Community Venue Project Trust Fund – $4,310,313.13
0875 Emergency Service Fee on Wireless Telecommunications Trust Fund – $9,901,280.79
0876 Racing Commission Escrowed Purse Trust Account – $106,917.02
0878 Texas Save and Match Trust Fund – $25,985.24
0879 Capitol Local Trust Fund – $1,172,402.48
0880 Asbestos Penalty Escrow Trust Account – $11,101.75
0882 City, County, MTA and SPD Sales Tax Trust Account – $834,495,947.76
0884 International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Guaranty Trust Account – $135,507.87
0885 State Parks Endowment Trust Account – $628,265.34
0886 International Fuels Tax Agreement (IFTA) Trust Fund – $29,273,252.80
0888 Employees Retirement System Investment Pool Trust Fund – $2,068,944.69
0889 Texas Real Estate Commission Local Operating Trust Fund – $0.00
0892 Texas Tomorrow Constitutional Trust Fund – $63,764,616.47
0893 Texas Workers’ Compensation Self Insurance Security Trust Fund – $7,970,000.20
0894 Texas Workforce Commission Wage Determination Trust Fund – $800,400.83
0895 Lotto Prize Trust Fund – $464,885,253.51
0896 Texas Housing Local Depository Fund – $1,310,502.10
0897 Texas Mutual Insurance Corporation Maintenance Tax Surcharge Trust Fund – $18.00
0898 Auctioneer Education and Recovery Trust Fund – $316,300.04
0903 Flood Area School and Road Trust Account – $10,885,186.10
0904 Motor Fuel Distributors Bond Guaranty Trust Account – $979,285.63
0905 Qualified Hotel Project Trust Fund – $0.00
0906 Mixed Beverage Tax Guaranty Trust Account – $13,048,404.35
0914 Safety Responsibility Trust Account – $146,735.22
0921 Life, Health, Accident and Casualty Insurance Companies Trust Account – $318,038.00
0923 Insurance Companies Unclaimed Dividend Trust Account – $646,652.19
0925 Career School or College Tuition Trust Account – $886,975.14
0927 County, Political Subdivision, Local Government Road/Airport Trust Account – $486,446,061.45
0929 Social Security Administration Local Trust Fund – $11,260.38
0936 Unemployment Compensation Clearance Account – $220,757.72
0937 Unemployment Compensation Benefit Account – $(-3,512,249.70)
0938 Unemployment Trust Fund Account (In the Federal Treasury) – $1,726,708,943.59
0941 Varner-Hogg State Park Trust Account – $294,069.05
0943 State Employees Cafeteria Plan Trust Fund – $11,243,821.01
0945 Deferred Compensation Trust Fund – $1,157,261.20
0946 TexaSaver Trust Fund – $2,682,546.24
0949 Automobile Service Club Trust Account – $25,000.00
0955 S.E.R.S. Trust Account – $39,611,594.50
0960 Teacher Retirement System Trust Account – $1,028,828,294.53
0962 Sales Tax Guaranty Trust Account – $28,128,779.38
0973 Employees Life, Accident, Health Insurance and Benefits Trust Account – $57,718,075.71
0974 Produce Recovery Trust Fund – $1,977,902.38
0976 Texas Emergency Services Retirement Trust Fund – $1,731,639.39
0977 Law Enforcement and Custodial Officer Supplement Retirement Trust Fund – $1,952,758.53
0984 Parolee Court Ordered Restitution Local Trust Fund – $4 ,029,191.65
0989 Retired School Employees Group Insurance Trust Fund – $576,832,125.00
0992 Nursing and Convalescent Home Trust Fund – $9,520,970.72
0993 Judicial Retirement System Plan Two Trust Fund – $1,116,737.93
0994 Child Support Trust Fund – $94,649,578.36

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $5,704,408,479.25
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GROUP 09: SUSPENSE FUNDS

0900 Departmental Suspense – $49,862,722.72
0980 Correction Account for Direct Deposit – $371,909.35

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $50,234,632.07
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GROUP 10: ALL LOCAL FUNDS

0826 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner Local Operating Fund – $1,461.67
0828 Texas Department of Banking Local Operating Fund – $0.00
0831 Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending Local Operating Fund – $619.16
0832 Credit Union Department Local Operating Fund – $0.00
0858 Texas Board of Public Accountancy Local Operating Fund – $6,004.48
0859 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Local Operating Fund – $0.00
0860 Texas Board of Professional Engineers Local Operating Fund – $0.00
1004 Treasury Safekeeping Trust Local Operating Fund – $643,620.84
1005 Texas Real Estate Commission Local Operating Fund – $555,630.70
1006 Texas Department of Insurance Local Operating Fund – $442,523.48
1007 Texas Department of Savings and Mortgage Lending Local Operating Fund – $423,300.29
1008 Texas Department of Banking Local Operating Fund – $2,136,395.92
1009 Texas State Board of Public Accountancy Local Operating Fund – $258,624.01
1010 Texas Board of Architectural Examiners Local Operating Fund – $130,701.00
1011 Texas Board of Professional Engineers Local Operating Fund – $194,207.98
1012 Office of Consumer Credit Commissioner Local Operating Fund – $445,646.17
1013 Credit Union Department Local Operating Fund – $244,906.19

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $5,483,641.89
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GROUP 12: RESTRICTED USE FUNDS

0810 Permanent Health Fund for Higher Education – $19,200,298.56
0811 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio – $17,276,116.82
0812 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center – $6,255,804.47
0813 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas – $1,989,323.30
0814 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston – $957,983.20
0815 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston – $359,111.63
0816 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler – $153.93
0817 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas at El Paso – $1,886,128.00
0818 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas A&M University Health Science Center – $3,583,602.03
0819 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth – $709,748.18
0820 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas TechUniversity Health Sciences Center in El Paso – $9,399,054.94
0821 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center – Locations Other Than El Paso – $2,148,289.76
0822 Permanent Endowment Fund for the University of Texas Regional Academic Health Center – $5,181,887.30
0823 Permanent Endowment Fund for the Baylor College of Medicine – $353,536.98
0824 Permanent Fund for Higher Education Nursing, Allied Health and Other Health-Related Programs – $6,045,822.08
0825 Permanent Fund for Minority Health Research and Education – $4,407,819.76

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TOTAL CASH BALANCE – $79,754,680.94
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TOTALS FOR ALL GROUPS – $28,539,910,720.31

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So there you have it. Of course this is not reported in the budget report. Instead, government pretends to be broke and claims to need even more taxes and fees to support its ever-expanding business activities, as it instead stows away its earnings in investment funds so as to hide its gains and profits.

Remember… this is only the State government of Texas. This does not include all of the counties, cities, districts, authorities, and all of the other individual government corporations throughout the State of Texas, which when added together will dwarf these totals of the State alone.

So next time your lying legislator, treasurer, and governor tells y’all down there in Texas that they are broke, simply ask them to present their annual cash report and CAFR to and put these reports where their lying mouths are. But remember, they can’t help it. After all, they are professional liars (politicians)!

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–Clint Richardson (realitybloger.wordpress.com)
–Thursday, May 15th, 2014

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42 Comments

  1. Adrian

     /  May 15, 2014

    One short comment: the “money” you are talking about do not belong to you.
    Slaves don’t own anything.
    STATES are corporations owned by VATICAN.
    THEY act just like IRS for the benefit of VATICAN.
    The problem is with the American People.They are duped into VATICAN’s ideology
    namely religion.
    To paraphrase some one: no one is more enslaved than the one who believes that
    GOD is real.
    If you want to benefit from the fruits of your labor act like you earn it.
    And remember,there is no Govern-ment in America.
    In the absence of a government,we the American People are the real Government.

    Reply
    • All religions, including The Cainite-Judeo-Christian Religion, are hu-man made at the behest of The Devil.

      God has nothing to do with religion. You need to educate yourself before you make comments.

      You said:

      “In the absence of a government,we the American People are the real Government.”

      If you knew your stuff then you would know that a free man has NO Government.

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      • We self govern… as does all of nature. God/good and evil/devil are aspects of self. We are alternately both God and the Devil. A being (if that’s what it is) capable of creating everything in the universe wouldn’t want to micromanage our lives any more than we would want to involve ourselves in the personal lives of ants in an anthill.

        All religions are crafted… all governments are the same religion. I like the idea of the bible serving as remedy to the laws of Moses… it makes sense.

        I see a lot of vatican bashing going on here, but let’s not evade the obvious jewish connection, popes and cardinals, etc. wear yarmulka… there is no getting around the symbology… they have been infiltrated. Jesus is the guy the jews have boiling in hot excrement for eternity according to the Talmud. And rightly so… if people finally figure out what Jesus the myth is trying to convey, it’s lights out for their control.

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        • Your comment is self contradiction and confusion.

          You said:

          “We are alternately both God and the Devil.”

          Not true, fallen man belongs to The Devil and to the Devil alone. The Devil is the god of this world, age, system, matrix; call it what you like. Man’s only link to God has been severed and restoration to God can only take place through being Born of God in the Baptismal pool and with the free gift of The Holy Spirit. That is THE ONLY WAY.

          You said:

          “A being (if that’s what it is) capable of creating everything in the universe wouldn’t want to micromanage our lives any more than we would want to involve ourselves in the personal lives of ants in an anthill.”

          God only involves Himself in the lives of those He has called and chosen – those predestined to be His people in this age.

          You said:

          “I see a lot of vatican bashing going on here, but let’s not evade the obvious jewish connection, popes and cardinals, etc. wear yarmulka.”

          That just tells you The Devil is not divided – papists and muslims carry rosary beads and the pope is seen openly kissing the Koran. QED as they say in The Devil’s language.

          You said:

          “Jesus is the guy the jews have boiling in hot excrement for eternity according to the Talmud. And rightly so… if people finally figure out what Jesus the myth is trying to convey, it’s lights out for their control.”

          Here you are totally out of your depth being devoid of knowledge and understanding so you really shouldn’t comment on a subject you know nothing about. Stick to secular intellectual subjects, there’s a good girl.

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          • Superstition is not knowledge… your mumbo jumbo is what doesn’t make any sense. What do you have outside of the realm of the SUPERNATURAL to back up these claims of yours:

            1) That man has fallen… fallen from where?
            2) That the Devil is a physical entity.
            3) That fallen man belongs to the Devil.
            4) Man had only one link to God.
            4) That one link to God has been severed.
            5) The ONLY way to salvation is to bathe in an imaginary pool, whereupon you receive a free gift? It is not a free gift if have to do something to earn it, is it?
            6) There is no proof of us having a spirit… let alone a holy spirit.
            7) God only involves Himself in the lives of those He has called and chosen… prove that.
            8) That a creator God would cherry pick one of his creations over another is schizophrenic and decidedly unjust… if a mother did that to her children, that would be considered evil in all respects.

            AND…
            9) Are you telling me the Talmud does not have Jesus boiling in hot excrement for eternity? Because that would make you a liar. The Talmud decrees that Jesus is in hell, being boiled in feces, because he opposed the rabbis. That’s what this sick, pornographic, “holy book” of Judaism says about the Christian Savior in Tractate Gittin 57a.

            Now go back to your delusions like a good little psychopath.

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            • As I said, you’re out of your depth and I can hear your gurgling from here.

              The spiritually dead cannot understand, nor comprehend the things of The Spirit. So it’s best that you retire gracefully and go and discuss knitting or getting married and having babies or something like that.

              Unless you are one of these feminist amazons where your interests will probably be how to fill a pair of trousers. LOL

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              • You can’t answer my questions rationally… and that’s the truth of the matter. Insults and innuendo are all you have. None of the crap you are spewing is even in the bible… it is a product of your dementia.

                No wonder your emails are getting ignored.

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                • My answers would be wasted on you because you cannot comprehend the Spiritual dimension.

                  It’s a bit like my talking to a cow over the hedge. I might say a few words like “hello cow” and the cow looks at me with a vacant stare and just carries on chewing the cud.

                  This is not meant as an insult, it’s just how it is. Your mind is carnal and fleshy of this world, not spiritual.

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                  • PS if you click on my link you will find plenty of material on The Bible, but I get the strong impression that you’re not the least bit interested in what’s written in The Bible.

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                    • You are insulting and boorish. Unlike you, i have read the bible, several times… and i studied it for decades. That’s how i know you are either a fraud or you get all your “spiritual” knowledge second hand. If you actually cracked open a bible, you might learn something… certainly you would come off as, at least, credible.

                    • You could read The Bible a milion and one times, but without The Holy Spirit residing within you, you will NEVER understand nor comprehend it.

                      Humility is one ingredient very necessary in order to be taught by Yashua Messiah as you read and I don’t see any of that in the way you comment.

                      Offence can only be taken, NOT given.

                      You are also not qualified to judge. You’re something like a road sweeper trying to correct a brain surgeon whilst carrying out an intricate operation.

  2. Mladen

    Your e-mails to me seem to be ignoring my e-mails to you i.e. a one way street. I didn’t give you my e-mail for you to send me your teaching material as I already know about the stuff you’re teaching.

    In other words you’re preaching to the converted so will you please only answer my e-mails as dialogue should always be a two way street. Thank you

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  3. Adrian

     /  May 17, 2014

    Truth,I have a question for you:
    How did you learn about GOD/God?
    Man is a natural being.The free man is a man with a status.
    Status is a concept of evaluation in an organized society.
    In our American society a freeman/free man is an undesirable person.

    Reply
    • Man is a fallen spiritual being – lost, not a natural being. The fallen condition is un-natural, not natural.

      There is no such thing as nature and natural today nor has their been for nearly 6,000 years – nature and natural died with the fall of Adam. E.g. In The Garden lions and tigers ate grass. What we see around us today is very un-natural. Adam and Eve were natural vegetarians. Man eating meat is also part of the fallen condition.

      Status ties a man into the State or positions within that State, whatever that State might be, so a man tied or subsumed into a State is not free – he’s a slave to the State. The same applies to a society. In Britain we only have one named society – The Law Society.

      A free man is free – he loves God and his fellow man and lives in peace with his fellow man. With such a heart and mindset there is no need of States and Societies.

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  4. Adrian

     /  May 17, 2014

    Truth,I got you.You believe that GOD is real and HE created man.
    I always thought the other way around.
    You right about UK Of GB.The CROWN TEMPLER is in control.
    However man was born free,he should live free,free of any influences including GOD.
    Hard to accomplish that now days.
    By its own nature,man is a sociable being.
    The State is just a historical event.
    By the way,do you bow to the KING(Pope)?

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  5. I acknowledge that The Queen is God’s anointed (being a descendant of King David), for better or worse and she is answerable only to God.
    Because she has broken her coronation oath numerous times she has forfeited the right the rule, as has Charles with his defender of faiths nonsense. William is not Charles’ son IMO so has no right to the throne.

    The Pope is an impostor and The Roman Cult is a money making house of cards built on lies. The chief lie being that Peter was a Pope or bishop of Rome when he was neither. He visited Rome twice, the second time to die there.

    Re the Creator how does a clay pot create the Potter?

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  6. Adrian

     /  May 19, 2014

    Truth, I got a good sense of your mind now.
    The clay pot is a good tool for man’s hand/mind.
    Man is a creator himself.
    Most of the people that are promoting this religious dogma on the net,got
    their knowledge from man made books of virtual reality.
    Reality is based on tangible proof.
    Religion dogma is an artificial reality,a creature of the ill informed mind.
    Religion,church,State,fiat money,Crown,King,Pope have all a common denominator.
    They are all parasitic prospects of reality.
    Man the creator,the working class man is the measure of all things.
    Reality is molded thru his hand/mind.
    GOD is a parasitic nuisance.
    IT expresses ITSELF thru a living parasite name jew.
    Liberty comes thru knowledge and affirmative action.

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    • Man is only able to create, because he himself was created. If he were not created he would not be able to create.

      Spirituality is the ONLY reality – the physical is unreal and temporary – fleeting like a summer flower – here today, gone tomorrow. Your comments, too, are based purely on the physical – all is vanity – all is meaningless.

      Liberty is a granted privilege – liberty is NOT freedom.

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      • Let’s keep it simple… you can either back up what you say or you can’t. You are the only one being insulting here. Worry about your own humility, not mine… and stop judging me.

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        • My blog/webpage backs up what I say so I am not going to repeat myself here for a non-believer.

          I will repeat – offence can only be taken, not given. If you’re offended by what I say YOU have the problem, not me.

          I judge no one, you judge yourself by your own words and certainly need no help from me.

          When I say you’re out of your depth I am telling you The Truth and The Truth frequently hurts, so it would be best if you would just run along and find another secular chum to cheer up.

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      • LIBERTY – Freedom from restraint. (Bouvier’s Law 1856)

        FREEDOM – Liberty; the right to do what is not forbidden by law. (Bouvier’s Law 1856)

        Either way you look at it, freedom and liberty are revokable political privileges, and are both defined as tyranny. Persons/citizens are not free, only men.

        As for “religion”, it is poison. The Bible, however, is a doctrine and story of natural law and how to live together under it. The Bible is not religion. The bible is “scripture”, which means nothing but “ancient knowledge”. Religions are opposite of the Bible, and are anti-Christ’s words. The Bible exists. Government is fiction.

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        • Wrong and you’re looking in the wrong books, books written by hu-man beings – serpent men from Canaan.

          The Holy Scriptures are the foundation to ALL knowledge.

          Freedom is God given right – an unalienable right that cannot be taken away by anyone or anything.

          The Truth sets a man free and only The Truth – Yashua Messiah can do that.

          Liberty is a benefit privilege granted to someone by another who thinks he is in authority.

          I know all about religion so as I said before you’re preaching to the converted.

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          • Freedom is not a God given right. The sufix dom means dominion. Look it up. Dominion over your state of being free. Freedom is a legal term. Free is the word you are looking for, as all men are born free with unalienable rights. Freedom is when you give up that unalienable state and become a citizen/person. No unalienable right is given, it must be taken and protected.

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            • Man – Adam has or had dominion over the earth and goes with being free so free-dom is a combination of those two realities. Free with dominion over the earth – both are God given. In Truth man lost his free-dom when he fell in The Garden.

              Yashua Messiah is the only one who can restore a man’s freedom.

              Liberty is what goes with being a citizen/slave. Only liberty can be granted and taken away, not freedom, unless by military force or trickery and man stupidly gives it away by accepting their manufactured consent or adhesion contracts.

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              • Government is military force and trickery. Has been since the dawn of time.

                Please search the 5 definitions of the different types of liberty in Bouvier’s Dictionary 1856, and use the one you mean.

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                • I know what Government is unless you mean Monarchy which is not Government in the way you describe it.

                  Whatever type of liberty they are ALL granted by a supposed authority and can be taken away by that authority. Liberty is a benefit privilege like welfare hand outs. That means only slaves get liberty.

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          • “the truth sets a man free.” really? so thinking is about feeling, isn’t it.
            freedom under the authority of messianism became freedom under the authority of corporatism… great!
            how does this work, being pious and feeling free? ’cause I consider them as mutually exclusive.

            not original, but nice try.

            I am nature. deeply unimpressed by mumbo-jumbo about anything as artificially abstract as supernatural…

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            • I would suggest that yours is the mumbo jumbo because feelings are an irrelevance.

              Yes ‘nature’ is the fallen condition so what you see around you as natural isn’t, it’s very unnatural. In The Garden lions chewed grass, like cattle, and Adam & Eve were vegetarians. In the future Kingdom of God the lions will return to being natural grass eaters and snakes will lose their venom.

              As a willing and voluntary follower of Yashua Messiah I am under no authority – He is my friend and elder brother. It’s religions that put stupid men and women under authority.

              God has no religion.

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              • so in short, nature is unnatural because of a bro from some ol’ books, and how you feel about this doesn’t matter, right?. that’s what you’re sayin’ to me, that’s what I hear.

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                • No, ‘nature’ is deemed as natural by deceived mankind and hu-mankind, like yourself. Natural was as it was in The Garden and man’s fall brought curses upon ALL of creation not just upon himself. E.g. it is not natural for animals and other creatures to prey upon one another to kill and devour them.

                  Re feelings, I suggest you watch the film “Unforgiven” with Clint Eastwood where at the end Gene Hackman is lying on the floor wounded and says to Eastwood “I don’t deserve this!” And Eastwood replies “Deserve has got nothing to do with it.” And then blows his head off. You see, Hackman FELT he didn’t deserve to die, but die he did, so his feelings were an irrelevance.

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                  • thanks a lot, that blows my mind.
                    Hollywood movies and the Bible as your way of rationalizing about your feelings and the world… the world of thoughts and the world of feelings.
                    you couldn’t have impressed me more. exactly what I need at the moment.

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                    • Just using the film script as an example. There are no doubt better examples. However, perhaps Eastwood understands the concept of feelings better than you do.

                      Plus I am not here to impress people nor tickle their ears with beguiling nonsense – just reveal plain matter of fact Truth.

        • “as for ‘religion’, it is poison. the Bible, however, is a doctrine and story of natural law…not religion. the Bible is ‘scripture’…’ancient knowledge’…the Bible exists. government is fiction.”

          isn’t that interesting!
          what’s with the holy books of law then? does their existence make God as fictional as the belief in Him?
          I mean, according to:
          “interestingly, the legal definition of the word ‘lie’ is ‘to exist’. the lie exists because it is believed in, has faith placed upon it, has an oath of allegiance taken to it, and it is confirmed by its citizens who act in its legal fiction persons. a man acting in fraud (in persona) cannot claim fraud while voluntarily participating in the fraud (fiction). this too, is a valid and self-evident principle of law. a liar (actor) has no justification to claim the source of his lie is a lie, for he confirms the lie by participation without rebuttal of the lie and the name he uses in the lie. government exists and subsists as a lie confirmed by its voluntary participants.”
          https://realitybloger.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/anarchy-a-non-sequitur-non-compos-mentis

          another question: “this is impressive. very, very impressive.”

          is it? what do you think?

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  7. Adrian

     /  May 21, 2014

    Freedom and Liberty are two different things.
    Freedom is what is permitted under the law.
    Liberty is what is possible under the law.
    Truth is a creature of the mind.Ex.: 6×4=4×6=24

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  8. Reblogged this on Streets of Love – unconventional and commented:
    Welcome to the great STATE OF TAXES

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  9. OldMan

     /  May 23, 2014

    Great research. Hope others will follow through analyzing the other 49 states (and US terrs). Sorry your comments section was hijacked by “the truth”. Major segue.

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  10. Well, – unless we start to think for ourselves, look after ourselves and become accountable – nothing is gonna improve. My ex-hubby was like that – passive, childish and demanding, now he is sitting on imgur all-day upvoting puns about masturbation. In case you don’t fight, you lose it. Excellent write-up. xOxOx Sarah- http://phytoceramidesreviewstv.com/
    Sarah http://phytoceramidesreviewstv.com/

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  11. Sidney Smith

     /  June 19, 2015

    In our life God is Supreme, grant of Rights from God as sovereign Law of One nothing matters everything else is a illusion.

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  12. There are four biblical baddies… Lucifer, Satan, the devil and the serpent. Everyone confuses them as the same entity, even ministers, who really should know their subject better. But if they knew their subject better, they would not be in that particular line of work. Lucifer is light… the Sun of God. Should we fear the morning sun? No, it delivers us from darkness.

    Satan is a Hebrew word that translates as; an opposer or one who resists. Satan opposes Jehovah and his minions… and i would say, rightly so. Satan is the Goyem. Satan is not the bad guy we are led to believe… all Satan does is tempt… and tempting is not evil. Tempting is not even a sin. It is Jehovah and his chosen that do all the evil… the murders, rape, enslavement, extortion, you name it.

    The serpent is simply a penis. That is what “came” between Adam and Eve in the Garden. The story even states they heard Jehovah rustling through the foliage and that is why they were covering their nakedness. People still do that today… it is human nature. The knowledge they gained was carnal. The whole purpose of creation is to create… would a true creator God have a problem with his creation re-creating in his image?

    Finally, the devil is a false accuser and a slanderer. The devil is the Jew. We see this in the world today as well. Jesus is controlled opposition… his job is to get you worshiping the false god, Jehovah. And when you think about it… God impregnated Mary but he didn’t do the right thing by her. Doesn’t that tell you right there Jesus is illegitimate?

    The bible was written by Jewish scribes and there is no original manuscript. The bible is the collective will of the Jew. How much more evil does it get than to invent a religion and write a book proclaiming yourself to be the chosen ones of a God you created? The bible only makes sense when you turn it upside down and inside out.

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