The Devious Three Launch Their Assault on Texas Students

By Donna Garner  Today (Sept. 19, 2019) in the Dallas Morning News, the groups that for many years have been sowing their agenda of lies, death, illness, anxiety, and grief …

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Deep State Learning From Its Mistakes as McCabe Faces Indictment

By Ben Barrack On the eve of his firing as Deputy FBI Director last year, Andrew McCabe said that if he went down, others would as well. This, according to …

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Hypocrite Elizabeth Warren calls Trump “Corruption in the Flesh”

By Lynn WoolleySeptember 17, 2019 So Elizabeth Warren, who for years lied about her “Native American roots” and who is a rich and pampered former college professor, has told her …

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Never-Trump Conservatives Should be Careful of What They Wish

By Lynn Woolley There is danger ahead if hardheaded conservatives decide that they can’t vote for President Trump’s re-election under any circumstances. The circumstances we are facing – should a …

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Justice proves to be elusive in the Kate Steinle case

By Lynn Woolley Here we go again. The illegal alien who was deported 5 times and fired the gun that killed Kate Steinle on July 1, 2015 has avoided justice …

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James Comey “Guilty” is All We Need To Know About Just Released OIG Report

Aug 30, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

by Donna Garner We need to remember that it was the actions of James Comey (former FBI director) that aroused the public’s rage and that led to the appointment of …

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Waco ISD candidate Kincannon “not that experienced in diversity”

Aug 24, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Hiring new school superintendents is a messy business. If you don’t believe me, just look at the current situation in Waco that involves a former super that …

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Random Samplings of a Logical Mind

Aug 22, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley In a “Random Samplings” column, any subject is fair game. The Democratic nomination is down to Biden, Warren, and Harris. As candidates like Jay Inslee start to …

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The Deaths of Jeffrey Epstein and Kenneth Trentadue Point to Clintons

Aug 18, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Ben Barrack **UPDATE TO THIS ARTICLE ON 8/20/19** One day after the article below was posted, a very relevant development occurred. Attorney General William Barr fired the Federal Bureau …

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Stores could Save Money and Parking Spaces by Providing more Service

Aug 15, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The days of the checker at big stores like HEB, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, and Albertson’s are almost gone. The days of having someone following you to …

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Our Chance to Speak up for Biologically Correct Terms Male and Female

Aug 13, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Donna Garner The Trump administration is trying to undo the Obama administration’s extrapolation of the term “sex” to mean “gender identity.” The deadline to submit comments to the U. …

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Dan Patrick blames Video games for El Paso shooting as Beto O’Rourke blames Trump

Aug 5, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Left-wing media sites are on fire about how Texas Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick has singled out video games as a probable root cause of mass shootings. At …

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Texas Teachers and School Employees To Be Able To Regain Respect

Aug 2, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

By Donna Garner An excellent bill — SB 2432 — was passed somewhat unnoticed by the Texas Legislature and then signed by Gov. Greg Abbott on 6.10.19. This bill goes …

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Texas Abortion Leader Finds Nazi-Like Cruelty at the U.S. Border but not at Planned Parenthood in her Home

Jul 31, 2019 No Comments ›› admin

by John Pisciotta At a recent board meeting of Pro-Life Waco, I proposed a billboard comparing abortion in Waco to the cruelty of Nazi Germany. Board members gently questioned my …

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An Online Education is like No Education at all

Jul 29, 2019 1 Comment ›› admin

by Lynn Woolley Hurricanes. Rockslides. Famine. Drought. These are few things I can think of that are worse than taking classes online. However, we live in an online age, and …

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