WENDY DAVIS BIO LESS THAN INSPIRING
By Thomas Lifson
Jan 20, 2014 -- It is not exactly a surprise that the latest feminist political icon, Texas
state Sen. Wendy Davis, turns out to be a phony and an exploiter.  Davis rocketed to
progressive superstardom by conducting an ultimately futile filibuster on a bill tightening
health regulations on abortions after 20 weeks of gestation when the life of the mother
is not in peril.
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ARTISTS LOSE HEALTH INSURANCE UNDER OBAMACARE
Sept. 30, 2013 -- Artists, photographers, writers, and other members of the "creative class" who have access to health insurance
through many professional organizations will lose that coverage when Obamacare is implemented.
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FEDS SEIZE  STORE’S BANK ACCOUNT
By Bob Ewing
Institute for Justice
Oct. 4, 2013 -- Can the government use civil forfeiture to take your money when you have done nothing wrong?  That is the question
to be answered by a major federal lawsuit filed by Terry and Sandy Dehko, owners of a family grocery store in Fraser, Mich., and
the Institute for Justice (IJ).   
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Texas Daily
COMMENTARY
A LIBERAL FABLE FOR OUR TIMES
With the President and other liberals pushing hard for more gun control laws, it seemed useful to present a fable that liberals seem
to rely on to illustrate how gun laws protect us from the bad guys.
Editorials
EDITORIALS
GAY MARRIAGE NOT A BASIC  RIGHT
April 5, 2013 -- Same sex marriage is being promoted under a couple of misleading claims.  One of these is a phony demand for
'equality."   In fact, gays  have equality.  Like straights, they have the right to marry a person of the opposite sex.  What they are
demanding is not equality but a change in the definition of marriage.
Freedom Watch
By Bob Ward - Editor,Texas Daily
“As it is often the first right taken
away, religious freedom serves as the
proverbial canary in the coal mine
warning us that denial of other
liberties surely will follow.” – Elliot
Abrams, U.S. Commission on
International Religious Freedom
Conservative News and Opinion
If we all e-mailed a copy of the
Constitution to everyone we know,
mayby then the government would
read it.
KAGAN WRONG ON TEXT OF OBAMACARE
By Betsy McCaughey
April 4, 2014 -- A startling rift appeared Tuesday on the Supreme Court as the three
female Justices came out swinging like Brunnhildes – women warriors – for what they
erroneously labeled an “entitlement” to employer-provided contraceptives and
morning-after pills.  
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ON THE
RECORD
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CAMPAIGN DISCLOSURES USED TO INTIMIDATE AND HARASS
By Hans von Spakovsky

April 5, 2014 -- The resignation of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich over a personal $1,000 donation he made in 2008 in support of
California’s Proposition 8 shows the dark side of campaign disclosure laws and how liberals are using them to intimidate, harass,
and bully anyone who disagrees with them on social and cultural issues. The Mozilla staffers and others targeting the company
are engaging in the type of intolerance and coercive behavior they always accuse others of  exhibiting.  
Commentary.
ACLU SUES TO FORCE CATHOLIC
HOSPITALS TO PERFORM ABORTIONS
By Robert Knight
Dec 9, 2013 -- The American Civil Liberties Union wants Catholic hospitals to
practice medicine without morals. The ACLU is upset that a Michigan baby died just
after being born so the group is suing the Catholic Church for not deliberately killing
the child earlier.
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EASING UP ON MANDATORY SENTENCES RIGHT STEP
Abilene Reporter-News
By challenging mandatory minimum sentencing policies, Attorney General Eric Holder has taken a major step toward righting a
long-standing wrong.  
Press Box

NO NEED FOR THIS MERGER
Houston Chronicle
After years of growing airline consolidation, the U.S. Department of Justice has finally drawn a line in the sand by blocking the
merger between American Airlines and U.S. Airways, which would create the world's largest airline.  
Press Box
EDUCATION  NEWS
CHECK YOUR KIDS’ SCHOOL ASSIGNMENTS
By Phyllis Schlafly
Nov 19, 2013 -- Have you checked your kids’ school assignments lately? You might be shocked if you do.

Sixth-grade children in a history class in the Bryant School District in Arkansas (whose website brags that the district “has
embraced” Common Core standards) were assigned a project to update the U.S. Bill of Rights because it is “outdated.” They were
instructed to “prioritize, revise, omit two and add two amendments.” .
EdNews
   PRESS BOX
A round-up of Texas editorial opinion
YOUNG CONSERVATIVES  NAME CHOICES
Oct. 28, 2013 -- Young Conservatives of Texas (YCT) has announced their
endorsements of 18 members of the Texas Legislature in their upcoming 2014
election campaigns. YCT endorsed these legislators for their consistent high scores
on YCT’s legislative ratings, and the promises they have kept to their constituents
once they arrived in Austin. .
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The WORDS Of
The FOUNDERS
"It behooves every man who values
liberty of conscience for himself, to
resist invasions of it in the case of
others." --Thomas Jefferson
ACLU WITCH HUNT VIOLATES RIGHTS
By Tom Fitton
April 18, 2014 -- The American Civil Liberties Union has a reputation for serving as
a "guardian of liberty,” protecting our privacy and the First Amendment rights of
speech, association and assembly.
Imagine our surprise when a subpoena from the ACLU trampling those rights landed
on our doorstep. Imagine our greater surprise when we discovered the subpoena was
filled with racial slurs such as "spic," ''wetback'' and "beaner."
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