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Texas Attorney General Fights Liberal Politics in Texas Schools

Feb 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The least-known scandal in local politics involves governmental entities using taxpayer money to lobby taxpayers for more money. Essentially this is what Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton …

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Southern Poverty Law Center attacks Concerned Christian Citizens

Feb 1, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has gotten wind of the library controversy in Temple, Texas – and, naturally, has sided with the Left. In a post …

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Library Liberals tell Conservatives to leave Library Displays to the Pros

Jan 31, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley That would, of course, be them. And don’t forget that libraries should be considered as “safe spaces” for certain “under served communities—like LGBT. Essentially, conservatives were told …

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Temple, TX Residents Take a Stand for Public Library Neutrality on LGBTQ

Jan 27, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

By Joe Goodson This past summer, our City Library here in Temple, Texas decided to put up a display in the children’s section celebrating, and encouraging our children to celebrate, …

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What’s the Purpose of Higher Education? College is About More Than Simply Getting a Job.

Jan 26, 2018 No Comments ›› admin

by Dr. James Thrasher I recently spoke with a college-bound student and his mother in my career services office. These types of meetings have significantly increased in the last few …

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TASB conducts Superintendent Searches in Secret

Dec 19, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley The Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) has a firm grip on the selection and hiring of school superintendents in Texas. A lot, if not most, Texas …

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Robert Jensen: “Not All Sex Is Rape”

Nov 20, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley This is quite an admission from the University of Texas “Journalism Professor” who believes we live in a patriarchal society in which men exert far too much …

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City of Dallas gets blowback from removal of Robert E. Lee statue

Oct 10, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Dallas is a messed up town. The city desperately needs to shore up its police and fire pension fund – and yet, it spent $450,000 to remove …

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Midland School officials dump “Dixie” then hide under their desks

Aug 29, 2017 1 Comment ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley I have this theory about leftists than run colleges, universities, cities and school districts. I believe that when the Left claims to be offended, spineless officials bend …

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New High School in Temple, Texas not likely to be named after Ronald Reagan

Aug 15, 2017 No Comments ›› admin

By Lynn Woolley Pity any school board that picked right now to name a new school. In my hometown, the Belton School District is about to build a new school …

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