NEW ABORTION RULES WILL IMPROVE CARE
By Joe Pojman  
Aug. 12, 2014 – U.S. District Judge Lee Yeakel is presiding over the lawsuit brought by Whole Woman's Health and other
abortion providers challenging the provision in House Bill 2 requiring abortion facilities in Texas to meet the safety standards of
ambulatory surgical centers, or ASCs.  
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POE OFFERS BILL  TO DISARM ‘CUPCAKE COPS’
By Kyle Olson
Sept. 12, 2014 -- Texas Rep. Ted Poe has introduced H.R. 5417 in an attempt to disarm the “federal food police.”  The legislation
would prohibit any funds from being used to implement the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture ban on school fundraisers and bake sales
during school hours, the Kingswood Observer reports.  The regulations were a signature initiative by First Lady Michelle Obama.

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N.C SCHOOL TEST SAYS MUSLIMS ARE
MORE FAITHFUL THAN CHRISTIANS
By Kelsey Harkness        
Nov. 15, 2014 -- Is the faith of most Muslims “stronger” than that of the typical
Christian? That’s what one public high school in North Carolina apparently is teaching
students.
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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
DOES OBAMA LIVE ON PLANET EARTH?
July 28, 2014 – There are times when we have to wonder what planet Barak Obama lives on.  The White House, on the
occasion of the feast of Eid-al-Fitr marking the end of Ramadan, the Muslim period of fasting, released a statement praising
Muslims for their part in “building the very fabric of our nation and strengthening the core of our democracy.” .
Freedom Watch
By Bob Ward - Editor,Texas Daily
"If we nominate another candidate in the
mold of Bob Dole or John McCain or Mitt
Romney, the same people who stayed home
in 2008 and 2012 will stay home in 2016 and
the Democrats will win again." Sen Ted
Cruz (R-TX)
Conservative News and Opinion
There are three kinds of people in this
world, those who are good at math and
those who are not.
FRACKING CUTS GREENHOUSE GASES
By Stephen Moore
Oct. 5, 2014 -- President Barack Obama raised a lot of eyebrows when he declared
in his United Nations climate change speech: “Over the past eight years, the United
States has reduced our total carbon pollution by more than any other nation on
Earth.”  
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ON THE
RECORD
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WHO KILLED THE AMERICAN FAMILY?
By Phyllis Schlafly
Sept. 25, 2014 – The British press just reported the result of a new study by academics from Oxford and the University of
London that children raised in stable marital homes are better behaved than classmates brought up by unmarried parents.
Children raised by married parents show lower levels of anti-social attitudes and hyperactivity.  
Commentary.
Professor of Environmental Policy at Harvard University's Kennedy School of Government.  Has repeatedly warned that some form
of eco-catastrophe is likely to occur .  Views capitalism as an economic system that is inherently harmful to the natural environment .  
Opposed the Reagan administration’s military buildup, warning that it would likely “increase the belligerency of the Soviet
government” .  Longtime anti-nuclear activist
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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
OHIO MOVES CLOSER TO COMMON CORE REPEAL
By Logan Albright
Nov. 17, 2014 -- Ohio is on its way to becoming the latest state to ditch Common Core education standards. A bill that would
block the state from implementing the standards, along with any aligned curriculum, was approved by the Rules and Reference
Committee in the State House and is ready to be brought to a vote.
EdNews
PRESS BOX
A round-up of Texas editorial opinion
STATES NOT REQUIRED TO REDEFINE MARRIAGE
By Ryan T. Anderson
Sept. 4, 2014 -- Does the U.S. Constitution require the states to redefine marriage? Earlier today a federal judge said no. Judge
Martin L.C. Feldman upheld Louisiana’s constitutional authority to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman—as 78
percent of Louisiana voters did in 2004.  
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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
U.S. JUDGE STRIKES DOWN ABORTION PILL MANDATE
By Bethany Monk
Aug. 16, 2014 -- In a landmark decision, a federal district court has said a Christian college in Louisiana is exempt from
complying with the HHS mandate. It requires most businesses and nonprofits to offer potential abortion-inducing drugs in
employee health plans.
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GOP 2016 HOPEFULS ON SAME-SEX MARRIAGE
By Genevieve Wood        
Nov.17, 2014 – The marriage issue didn’t play a major role in the 2014 midterms, but
activist courts overturning state laws and lawsuits threatening the rights of those who
disagree with redefining marriage may  make the issue a top one in 2016.
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WHAT IS A PSYCHOLOGY DEGREE WORTH?
By Ann Coulter
Jan. 28, 2015 – The Republican leadership in Congress still hasn't held hearings on
why college is so expensive, although I proposed the idea two weeks ago. Of course,
it's been a month since the GOP took control of Congress, and they also haven't
voided Obama's unconstitutional executive amnesty, passed e Verify, a fence bill or
the Pain Capable Unborn Child Act. .
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