“It’s sad, this is what you’ll get from the far secular Left,” a genuinely stunned Speaker Ryan said. “People who don’t have faith don’t understand faith.
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On Sunday November 5th a mass shooting tragically took the lives of 27 worshippers at The First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
[…]termination of an unborn baby whose mother, an anonymous 17-year-old illegal immigrant, won the court’s blessing to have an abortion last week.
When people walk away from a job, it can be bittersweet. But in Texas House Speaker Joe Straus’s case, the celebrations have already begun!
‘In the very place where I was sentenced to die in prison, God’s going to use us to bring dead things back to life.’
A Federal Judge in Texas issued a temporary order blocking enforcement of Senate Bill 8 — called the ‘Pro-Life Dismemberment Abortion Ban.’
As Irma neared south Florida, Gov. Rick Scott was warning people to follow evacuation orders. More than 6 million people have been warned to leave their homes.
Liberty Relief International is asking for support for relief efforts of those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The White House says President Trump is pledging $1 million of his personal money to help with relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Coastal Texas community had told residents who chose to stay home during the hurricane, to write their names and Social Security numbers on their arms.
Cultural history and science both reflect a reality horrendously at odds with the LGBT worldview. Regardless of the vehemence with which many gay…
We are desperate Moms, too. We have no organizations with millions of dollars to protect our daughters or to backroom-bully and finesse lawmakers.
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick has been working to protect the privacy and safety of Texas’s women and children in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
Lt. Governor Dan Patrick of Texas, has been working to protect the privacy and safety of women and children in showers, locker rooms, and bathrooms.
It may have been a popular compromise, but no one’s rushing to pass it! That’s the dilemma in Texas, where time is ticking on the legislative session that holds the state’s privacy bill in the balance.
Now that the NCAA is bouncing back to North Carolina, Texas leaders are ready to get the ball rolling on their own privacy act.
A federal court of appeals has now ruled that a Texas school board can continue its practice of opening up its meetings with student-led prayers.
Like the North Carolinians who passed HB 2, Texans are now considering legislation that would require individuals to use public facilities based on “biological sex.”
Texas Values, together with friends like FRC, hosted a special Faith and Freedom rally on the marble steps this afternoon featuring one of the Privacy Act’s biggest proponents: Lt. Governor Dan Patrick.
Representatives in Wisconsin, Georgia, Utah, and Texas have now all filed, and in some cases begun to pass, resolutions to protect free speech at public colleges and universities.
We hope to equip 300 pastors and church leaders from around the state to combat some of the economic-impact misinformation put out by the Texas Business Association and build momentum for passing this needed legislation.
With one foot out the door, the abortion industry’s best pal — Barack Obama — used his last few moments in power to ban states from defunding groups like Planned Parenthood.
Harris County, Texas is ground zero for one of the year’s biggest battles against abortion giant Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood has officially been cut off from government funding through Texas’ Medicaid program due to misconduct and violations.
A Texas judge rejects the lifting of the ban on the so-called bathroom bills, or the decrees, that say essentially, you can use any restroom you want to.
According to a number of voter complaints, the machines are changing votes for Donald Trump into votes for Hillary Clinton. Oops.
The man was ultimately caught, and last week, he confessed in court to “taking advantage of Target’s gender-inclusive policies” to gain access to girls.
Prayer is a universal assistance that billions of people all over the globe rely on when in times of distress, sadness, trouble, happiness, or gratefulness. This practice transcends all lines of ethnicity, culture, religions, and political systems.
Following the counsel of the abortion regulators in the pro-life movement, the people of Texas passed a law intended to apply equal standards for medical practice to abortion mills located in their state.
The U.S. Supreme Court, in a 5 to 3 opinion, issues a horrendous opinion with regards to abortion in Texas, striking down two provisions that are common sense regulations.