Monthly Archives: November 2012

War on Christmas Builds

November 29, 2012
The War on Christmas has already begun this year. In California, a judge has denied a Christian group’s ability to display a nativity scene in a...

The Texas Values Promise

November 19, 2012
With the election over and the Texas legislative session starting in January, we know attacks are going to continue to come on our values. But there is...

Texas School District Dumps Drug-Based Sex Education, Keeps Abstinence

November 16, 2012
Austin, TX, November 16, 2012— Late yesterday, Round Rock I.S.D. became the latest Texas school district to backtrack on a recommendation that the school start teaching...

Conservatives Hold Ground in Texas, Continue to Dominate Texas Legislature

November 8, 2012
Topic: Elections , Update
With the election over and Washington D.C. looking to continue to wander astray from our values, it is clear that attacks on religious freedom, marriage, and...

TEXAS SENATOR REQUESTS AG OPINION ON DOMESTIC PARTNERSHIPS

November 5, 2012
Late last week, Texas Republican Senator, Dan Patrick submitted a formal Attorney General Opinion request asking if the Texas Constitution prevents governmental entities in Texas from...

Government Refuses To Apologize to Texas Grandmother, Complaint Filed For Calling “Vote the Bible” Shirt Offensive

November 2, 2012
Texas Values Assists Kay Hill In Filing Complaint with Texas Secretary of State Austin, TX, November 2, 2012–During early voting last week, a Texas grandmother in...

Video: ‘Vote the Bible’ Grandmother Speaks Out About Her “Offensive” T-Shirt

November 2, 2012
Kay Hill, the Texas grandmother who was forced to cover up her “Vote the Bible” t-shirt while voting because it was deemed “offensive,” shares her story....

“Vote the Bible” T-Shirt Ban Catching National Attention

November 1, 2012
A story we first reported yesterday about a Texas Grandmother who was forced to cover up a “Vote the Bible” shirt that was deemed “offensive”,  is gaining...