We must stop seeing the military as props in political theater but as a precious and limited resource.
Requiring an employee to take an experimental injection the employee does not agree to take as a condition to keeping their job infringes on the dignity of the employee by coercing them to violate their conscience.
“The real power for winning this war lies with the grassroots forming local groups to hold school boards and schools accountable.”
Praying for our republic’s politicians and not the citizens is like asking a physician to alleviate the symptoms without addressing the disease.
The constitutional amendment will guarantee rising property taxes.
“The current culture is all but lost; but we, for the moment, have the ability to develop a new one.”
Tyrants don’t have a sense of humor, but our loving God certainly does!
Should all felons be dispossessed from gun ownership, or just those that are violent and dangerous?
Have ordinary people had enough to throw off the nonsense, or is it too late?
If conservatives want to preserve access to the online infrastructure of commerce and speech, they’re going to have to break up Big Tech.
Many of the giants we’re told to fear are, in fact, little more than shadow puppets.
The lessons we learn from small wins we need to turn into more and bigger wins.
Politicians like to tickle our ears with promises, but what are they actually doing?
State Rep. Bryan Slaton filed an amendment saying that the Legislature should bring a vote to the floor to abolish abortion before it votes to ceremonially change the names of highways or bridges.
But be sure we’re fighting the fights to which God has called us, not simply those that are politically expedite or feel good in the moment.
The truth is that the ACA is broken and has been from the start.
Posturing for the 2020 elections is well underway.
Socialism, like cannibalism, only “works” so long as there is a steady supply of outsiders upon which to prey.
On December 14, a federal judge in Texas determined that Obamacare was unconstitutional and declared the entire law constitutionally invalid.
Creating an unelected and powerless citizen review board merely passes the buck.
Young Conservatives of Texas are doing what universities won’t — bringing debate to college campuses.
All too often, decisions that impact Plano citizens are made in closed sessions, away from public scrutiny.
The city is considering banning Astros players from chewing tobacco.
The purchase of insurance is essentially a transfer of risk, and insurance companies should make their own determinations on how to conduct underwriting.
The Torch of Freedom was created to bestow on the one man or one woman who we believed best set the example in the prior year of shining the light of liberty in the darkest places.