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Sometimes, Tax Cuts Are Not Enough

Sometimes, Tax Cuts Are Not Enough

We must never allow ourselves to be conned into accepting politicians’ false choices any more than we should follow them in the worship of false gods.

The Alamo Fell, and Texas Rose
The Alamo Fell, and Texas Rose

Most of us aren’t called to man the walls of an old church, outnumbered by superior forces, but all of us are called to face a hostile world.

Volume and Mass
Volume and Mass

Depending on your perspective, campaigns either try to convert political volume into a mass of support through messaging, or use the volume of messaging to conceal their lack of mass.

MOST RECENT

America the Exceptional

The left wants to destroy America by convincing us we’re common. We’re not. And we never have been.

A Lasting Impact

Culture pushes us to rate our value by the number of likes and retweets we get from our most recent hot-take. We hope that by “going viral” we will be remembered. It’s not real.

Overturning Tables

The fake Jesus of the modern age is a virtue-signaling tool of the elite, urging obedience to the whims of the self-anointed intelligentsia. The real Jesus drove them out with a whip.

No Greater Love …

We have allowed Memorial Day to devolve into a long weekend of mattress sales and cook-outs.

Responding to Lackluster Effort

Incumbents pretend voters’ only option is to replace bad Republicans with worse Democrats, but that isn’t the only choice.

Not Enough Fear

Too many politicians have too little fear of their voters and taxpayers. Instead, they fear the bureaucrats, the lobbyists, and their colleagues. That must change.

Faithfully Fighting

Our calling isn’t to be successful the way the world defines it, but to be faithful.

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Perseverance

Perseverance

The fate of the Republic rests on the perseverance of patriots.

Storming the Gates of Hell

Storming the Gates of Hell

We’re not called to lives of comfort and safety; we are called to be faithful. We must engage culture and politics with the conviction we’re fighting a righteous fight for the very soul of our nation.

Crossroads of the World

Crossroads of the World

No matter what one thinks of eschatology and biblical prophecy, Megiddo tells us a lot about the opportunities Texans have if we seize them.

What We Fear

What We Fear

As citizens, we have failed to inspire sufficient fear in our elected servants. We’ve allowed them to think they, rather than we, are the masters of this republic.

Gates of Ekron

Gates of Ekron

We must be faithfully committed to the work of winning.

Melanie Graft: Reaching Beyond our Comfort Zone

Melanie Graft: Reaching Beyond our Comfort Zone

“The hardest part is getting started,” says Granbury resident Melanie Graft. “But it is going to take getting out of our comfort zones and becoming active to be the change we want to see.”

Always Vigilant

Always Vigilant

We must with joy accept the awesome responsibility of self-governance!