Readers offer their insights and experiences.
Now, But Not Yet
As a self-governing people, our job is not to curse the surrounding darkness but to build a better and brighter light for the future.
Reece: San Antonio Parents Take Action in North East ISD Trustee Race
“It’s time to try something new to turn things around.”
Woolsey: Property Taxes’ Impact on Renters
Understanding property taxes should be a goal for every renter in Texas.
Fleck: ‘Whole Child’ Power Grab Sets Up Public Education to Fail
The more the public education system takes on, the greater its failure.
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Dickson: City of Alvin Rejects Ordinance Outlawing Abortion
“I felt the mayor and council, who all professed to be pro-life, were either misinformed or uninformed and may have felt rushed into taking a vote.”
Bovard: Republicans Plan To Win Back the Senate, Then Do Nothing, Per Usual
Republicans cannot afford to do what they have largely always done with a Senate majority: set it on a shelf, polish it, and admire it from afar.
Remembering the Horror
The Holocaust reminds us that when one abandons God and His precepts, when one looks to government as the savior, a cult of death and destruction is but a step away.
Root: Signatures Undermined
Another flaw in Texas’ election integrity bill highlighted.
Just as we go to great lengths to preserve the original copy of the Constitution, so the people at Qumran wanted to preserve the written fundamentals of their faith.
Dickson: Plainview Citizens Begin Process to Force Public Vote Outlawing Abortion
The Plainview Ordinance Outlawing Abortion works in tandem with the Texas Heartbeat Act.
Dickson: Lindale Citizens Begin Process to Force Public Vote Outlawing Abortion
After two years, Lindale citizens continue to fight for an ordinance outlawing abortion.
Sanctuary Year for the Unborn: 22 Cities Throughout Texas Outlawed Abortion in 2021
With 22 Texas cities outlawing abortion and the Texas Heartbeat Act going into effect, 2021 has been a great year for pro-life efforts.
Committed to the Fight
It’s easy to forget that great things take time.
Real Joy in the World
To experience the joy of Christmas, we must look ahead to the empty tomb.
Not Worse, But Not Better
The problem isn’t some devolution of campaigning, but the corruption of the human heart.
Hall: 25% Tyranny Is Still Tyranny
It is time to fully open Texas—now.
Miller: Why Would American Ag Ever Go Back?
President Trump has proven to America’s farmers and ranchers—through actions, not just rhetoric—that he has our backs, that he understands and appreciates our value, and that he will never, ever let us down.
Rios: Rockport Pushes Through $14.72M in ‘Tax Notes’ Without Voter Input
Citizens fight back after Rockport mayor used COVID-19 as excuse to finance new city hall building without input from voters.
Cobern: 9/11 Reminds Us of American Unity
All of us, those who remember where we were, carry a little bit of that morning with us each and every day moving forward.
What We Do Tomorrow
The forces of darkness and despair will always seek to extinguish the light of liberty. When the inevitable assaults come, we can choose the ease of surrender … or we can fight back faithfully.
Greer: Soros Messing With Texas Elections?
Election law needs to change.
Ellis: A Polling Comparison
This presidential race is beginning to show some of the same characteristics found in 2016.
Greer: Thank Goodness Media Hacks and Grocers Don’t Run Elections
The actions of local officials to circumvent the legislative process and implement a wide range of voting changes—at the last minute—is being applauded by the media.
Sanders: Want Your Freedoms Back? Here’s How to Do It!
Political pressure must be placed on the governor in sufficient amount that he realizes that his political future is in jeopardy.