“Citizens should be able to trust that their elected representatives honestly conduct themselves.”
“It seems to me that the safety and security of students is not a priority at Round Rock ISD at this time.”
The Fredericksburg Conservative prints excerpts of sexually explicit books found in local school libraries.
The firm instructs employees to promote hazardous sexual behaviors and “transgenderism” in the workplace.
A principal said the middle school teacher “is no longer employed by Garland ISD.”
Austin City Council prepares to reaffirm their commitment against life.
“Why is being active in your students’ education being seen as a bad thing?”
“Chronic underperformance,” indeed.
Victoria ISD Deputy Superintendent Michael Kuhrt resigned less than two weeks after he was hired, citing “overwhelming negative and defamatory social media unrest.”
Texas school district contemplates health text that contains gender ideology, social justice activism, and the term “pregnant person.”
Clear Creek ISD parents criticized the district’s use of a “social emotional learning” program as a vehicle for indoctrinating students.
D.C. election consultant Clifford Tatum will be the fourth Democrat in four years to manage elections in the most populous county in Texas.
Travis Gant’s senior project will add displays of the national motto “In God We Trust” to Lovejoy ISD schools.
“We should be able to expect transparency and honesty from our government entities, and we’re definitely not getting it from this board.”
The Roe v. Wade fallout continues.
“You work for us.”
A special meeting to consider censuring board member Chad Green is set for May 31 at 9:00 a.m.
Harris County Republican Party says disgraced Democrat Isabel Longoria violated ballot chain-of-custody laws in Tuesday’s primary runoff.
Voters in Potter and Randall counties selected their nominees for November on Tuesday night.
“It is time,” says Bosque County Sheriff Trace Hendricks.
Republicans say the disgraced election administrator is bypassing ballot security rules and “pre-blaming” the party for counting delays in Tuesday’s primary runoffs.
Guns rights advocate calls Texas House candidate Frederick Frazier a soft-on-the-Second Amendment Republican.
Incumbent Kyle Kacal and Ben Bius compete to represent Central Texas in the state House.
Shelley Torian-Barineau and Mano DeAyala compete to represent Houstonians in the state House.
“We’ve got a lot of work to do.”