Liberty isn’t achieved in timid nibbles, but through bold actions.
Masking compromises with the devil so as to do good things down the road never pays off.
While so much is out of our control, we alone get to pick our attitude.
Tyrants nibble away at small bits of our liberty in the name of preserving our safety until all that remains is our subservience.
As beneficiaries of the Alamo defenders’ sacrifice, we must answer the call to the fight for liberty.
The most important question of all has already been decided.
Donald Trump has kept faith with America. Look at the real results, and ignore the whining of “woke” pastors.
Telling the truth requires that facts be offered in context, especially when it is inconvenient.
“I think stopping the bad legislation is probably the most important thing we’ve done.”
Shame on us for turning elected officials into idols, offloading our responsibilities to them, and giving them power to abuse.
While a strong leader—a ruler, a king, a dictator—might allow his subjects varying degrees of freedom, only a self-governing people can truly have liberty.
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
The problem isn’t some devolution of campaigning, but the corruption of the human heart.
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.
Conservative political activist Kelly Canon is a force to be reckoned with in North Texas — and an example for others.
Pastor Brad didn’t expect to find himself living along the border, but he is thankful for God’s direction in sending him to Brownsville.
“My mission is to expose misbehavior. Sunlight is the best disinfectant.”
Denton County conservative leader Brady Whatley and his family put their passion for Christian conservative values into action.
Yollick is on a mission to reform local government, earning him the hatred of the political establishment. He is also a fascinating individual.
This conservative grassroots organizer has a calling to follow his family’s history of fighting for freedom.
“The first fight I ever got into was when someone told me I was voting for Stevenson,” says Ray Myers, a highly engaged conservative activist. “‘I like Ike!’ I responded – and the fight was on!”