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LGBT Groups Try to Hijack Texas Sex Ed

By Jonathan Covey, Director of Policy and James Wesolek, Communications Associate; Texas Values For the first time since 1997, Texas education officials are revising statewide health standards for pub …

Church Climate Initiatives Fly In The Face Of The Gospel

Blessed are the virtue signalers, for they shall inherit political favor. The Methodist Church’s British financial arm recently announced it had sold its shares in three major oil producers, worth o …

Silver Lining of COVID-19 Pandemic: Improving Access to Mental Health Care

Throughout the government-ordered shutdowns to address the novel coronavirus, many people are concerned about the unintended health consequences, both physical and mental, from these measures. Public …

Let Freedom Ring Over COVID-19

This has been a wild year. For me, my family moved last year from our beloved Texas to Virginia for my job with the extraordinary folks at the White House. While there, I helped write the preside …

Workplace Recovery Act

The owners and workers of America’s businesses—both small and large—have done their part. When government called upon them, they stepped up by shutting down, though many of them were unsure whet …

No Mr President, It Wasn’t Sarcasm

At Thursday’s COVID Press Briefing, the President set off a firestorm of criticism by wondering aloud about the potential for applying new laboratory findings about the lifecycle of SARS-COV-2 into …

Don’t Let COVID-19 Spread Use of Solitary Confinement

Marc Levin, Esq. is Chief of Policy & Innovation at Right on Crime (www.rightoncrime.com), an initiative of the Texas Public Policy Foundation. The American economy was booming prior to the lockdo …

155 Years Later And Slavery Is Still Around Today

This month we celebrate the 155th anniversary of the surrender of Robert E. Lee to General Grant at the Appomattox Court House—marking the effective end of the Civil War.  Over half a …

The Workplace Recovery Act: A Public-Private Partnership Solution

When you have a flat tire, you don’t fix it by reinventing the wheel. While cases of COVID-19 continue to increase, we know that soon, the numbers will begin falling. Our efforts at social distancin …

The Fabric of Life: Supporting Local Businesses During SHIP

Who is “essential,” and what does that mean? I’ve been thinking about that lately. I get a lot of email these days; I’m sure we all do. It’s basically of three varieties: hey, we’re still …

New Idaho Law Will Save Women’s Sports

The destructive folly of transgender politics has even reached girls’ high school and college athletics.  Idaho lawmakers want none of it. With his signature, Governor Brad Little made Idaho th …

Amidst Trade War Debate, U.S. Travel Industry Creates $69 Billion Trade Surplus

As the debate continues over the trade war and the trade deficit, a recent House Energy and Commerce Committee hearing reminded us of an important fact: the tourism industry generated a $69 billion tr …

When Companies Misstep, Consumers React With the Click of a Button

The news surrounding WeWork’s failed IPO shocked many investors and observers. It is part of a series of bad press stories surrounding the company: from news reports on WeWork’s&nbsp …

Congress Must Pass the Protecting People From Surprise Medical Bills Act

Imagine this: you’re having a medical emergency. You need to get to the nearest hospital—fast. You made it. Doctor says you’ll be fine. That’s the good news. Here’s the bad news: that doctor …

Tennessee Baptist Group May Be the Second Coming of the Danbury Baptist Association

Probably anyone claiming to be politically and constitutionally conservative knows that the United States Supreme Court constructed its First Amendment Establishment Clause “wall of separation betwe …

Big Government is Setting Its Sights on Another Private Industry

“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the Government, and I’m here to help,” President Reagan said in 1986.  Given the rise in politicians calling …

The FDA’s Anti-Free Market and Ineffective Vape Store Exemption

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been debating over the past few months on implementing changes to e-cigarette regulations in hopes of preventing minors from gaining access to vaping product …

America, Not Paris, is the Environment’s Best Champion

President Trump recently shed light on a little-acknowledged but critical fact: Free-market American ingenuity, not the Paris Agreement, is improving our environment. “The Paris Accord would’ve be …

As Miley Cyrus Recently Acknowledged, The Solution To A Culture Of Disappointing Men is Good Men, Not Women

The expression, “A good man is hard to find” could not be a more accurate depiction of the times…or if you’re Miley Cyrus, “a dick that’s not a dick” may better suit your fancy. It&#8217 …

A Critical Pipeline Could Highlight Minnesota as a Battleground

President Donald Trump made it clear he is focused on winning Minnesota next year when he spoke for over an hour at a campaign rally in Minneapolis. During his speech, he touted his America First …

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