Written for a Post-Roe v. Wade Texas, the proposed Jasper Ordinance goes as far as possible to protect the residents of Jasper from abortion in a Post-Roe America.
To a pro-life movement accustomed to condescension and dismissal from Republican party leaders, President Trump is an unexpected and welcome delight.
Plano ISD’s lack of communication or parental input on decisions that affect students is egregious.
When shepherds cower in fear from the howl of government wolves, they shouldn’t be surprised to find their flock in decline.
“The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” – Psalm 34:18
Gehenna was once a picture of hell. Now it can be a model of God’s loving redemption.
We should not permit our shared civil liberties to be the ultimate victim of COVID-19.
The Texas Home School Coalition, Texas’ leading advocate for family rights, is raising awareness of a major case hitting the Texas Supreme Court.
The latest string of moves by Big Tech reveals just how much data they have on all of us—and just how much power they’re willing to wield with it.
The grassroots have awoken. Will our elected leaders listen?
Our relationship with China, and with WHO, are two key areas that must come under rigorous review. The former made the world sick. The latter did nothing to stop it.
Houston-area Pastor Steve Riggle lists five reasons why Texas’ top elected officials should reopen the state.
Unless the medical board prescribes for itself a good dose of reality and common sense, you are going to have to wait until you catch the virus if you want medical treatment anytime in the foreseeable future.
The path to increased electrification and protection from disease will continue to be harder than needed until people realize that the best path for moving forward won’t come from dictates handed down by experts.
Government entities cannot spend as if everything is normal.
Tonight, Empower Texans hosted a great conference call for conservatives with numerous conservatives joining in to remind others that each election is an opportunity to gain ground. If it is one inch, one foot or one mile we have the opportunity to take ground back that we relinquished in previous elections by staying away from the polls “in disgust”.
Buckley’s Passing Should Serve as a Reminder for Conservatives
by Michele J. Samuelson
George Will once said that without the National Review, we wouldn’t have gotten Goldwater, and without Goldwater, Reagan. If you’ve been involved in the conservative movement for even just a short time, you’ve felt that influence whether aware of it or not.
We have lost one of the most eloquent defenders of the conservative movement and the cause of liberty. William F. Buckley Jr., founder of National Review, died last night at his home in Stamford, Connecticut. May he rest in peace.
February 6 would have been Ronald Reagan’s 97th birthday. In celebration, I hope you’ll watch his landmarkÂ "A Time For Choosing" speech from 1964, in which he endorsed Barry Goldwater.
We hope you and yours have a happy holiday season!