John Collett is a former Teacher of the Year at Camey Elementary.
City of Dallas Sponsors LGBT Group Teaching ‘Queer Sex Ed’ to Children
“We intend to teach queer youth sex ed and give them the tools to go out into the world and educate others and advocate for themselves.”
UNT Dallas Helps Transgender Students Change Their Gender on State Documents
The university’s College of Law ran several workshops helping individuals change their name and gender.
Prosper ISD Parents Await Report on Sex Abuse Scandal and Cover-up While Superintendent Job Hunts
Prosper parents don’t want to see another school scandal swept under the rug.
Fort Worth School District Surveys Students About Gender Fluidity and Sexual Activity
“Gender fluidity surveys are inappropriate and [are] an action against parents’ rights.”
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Keller ISD Trustees Protect Kids From Gender Ideology
“Our public schools are for education, not indoctrination.”
Sara Gonzales Calls on Plano City Council to Protect Children
“There is no such thing as a family-friendly drag show, and exposing young children to this type of sexual deviancy is child abuse.”
Plano ISD Refuses to Disclose Taxpayer Money Spent Boosting Billion-Dollar Bonds
The lack of transparency further undermines trust in the district’s officials.
Tim O’Hare Wins Race to Become New Tarrant County Judge
Former Tarrant County Republican Chairman Tim O’Hare has defeated...
Wylie ISD Accused of Electioneering in School Board Races
“It is unlawful for WISD to use public money on this electioneering and political advertising.”
Kaufman School District Accused of Electioneering for School Bond
Kaufman ISD is using district resources to pressure parents to vote for the bond.
Allen ISD Foundation Member Resigns After Caught in Underage Sex Sting
Neil Riddick (61) was greeted by a decoy posing as a 14-year-old boy that he met on Grindr, an app designed for gay sexual encounters.
Republicans Rally in Write-In Race for Dallas Family Court
A filing error could create opportunity in a traditionally Democrat seat.
Who’s Behind Plano ISD’s Push for Billion-Dollar Bonds
With interest, Plano’s proposed school bonds will cost local taxpayers $2.4 billion.
Activists Call on Denton District Attorney to Investigate Antifa-affiliated Group
“The tactics used by this antifa-affiliated group certainly violate numerous provisions of the Texas penal code including terroristic threat and assault by threat.” — Protect Texas Kids
Debate Over Sexually Explicit School Books Heats Up in McKinney
“We need a couple of school board members with spines to get this on the agenda.”
Cook Children’s Health Care System Denying Transplant to Unvaxxed Child
“Well, just so you know, there are people on the transplant committee that do not believe transplant is a patient right. And he can just be on dialysis.”
McKinney Parents Challenge 282 Sexually Explicit Books in School Libraries
“The books are not appropriate for any K-12 students.”
Following the Money in North Texas Primary Races
Money talks, but what does it say?
Denton Allows Noncitizens to Serve on City Boards
Council rejected an amendment limiting the government positions to lawful residents.
Fort Worth Club Shut Down by State Opens as Winter Storm Shelter
“We have plenty of room but are running out of supplies and need more volunteers,” says Chris Polone, owner of The Rail Club Live.
Democrats Denied Primary Delay During Redistricting Challenge
Plaintiffs lose bid for temporary restraining order over Senate District 10 map.
SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS: Frisco City Council
Rummel, Shipman headed to March runoff.
3 Republicans Compete for Open North Texas House Seat
Candidates for state House District 61 debate issues and each other in Collin County forum.
SPECIAL ELECTION RESULTS: McKinney City Council
Patrick Cloutier’s campaign was funded by current council members and the McKinneyTEAM PAC.