Monthly Archives: August 2016

Ken Paxton Joins 8-27-16 Edition of Texas Values Report

August 29, 2016
On the 8-27-16 edition of the “Texas Values Report with Jonathan Saenz,” Jonathan interviewed Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton about a Texas federal court judge stopping  the enforcement of...

Texas Sues to Stop Obamacare’s Forcing of Sex Change & Abortion Procedures

August 26, 2016
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to stop a dangerous new Obamacare mandate that forces doctors, nurses, hospitals,...

Victory! TX Judge Stops Obama Bathroom Directive On First of Day School

August 22, 2016
Today, on the first day of school for most Texas schools, a Texas federal court judge has stopped the enforcement of Obama’s bathroom directive, which would...

Target Update: Transgender Bathrooms Bad for Business

August 18, 2016
New quarterly reports of Target retail stores reveal the company’s new policy allowing men into women’s bathrooms and dressing rooms has arguably hurt the company’s finances,...

TX Federal Judge Hears Case Against Obama’s Dangerous School Guidelines

August 12, 2016
 Today, just days before students return to public school, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s team appeared in a Texas federal court to request a preliminary injunction,...

Why You Should Avoid Target This Back-to-School Shopping Season

August 5, 2016
As back-to-school shopping season is underway, we continue to urge our supporters to avoid shopping at Target stores and continue warning friends and family about the...

State Hears Testimony Supporting Dignity of Aborted Children

August 5, 2016
Texans Testify: Don’t Throw Babies Out Like Trash On Tuesday, The Texas Department of State Health Services held a hearing on a new rule that ensures...

Attend Public Hearing to Protect Dignity of Unborn Children

August 2, 2016
Topic: Pro-Life
The Texas Department of State Health Services will hold a public hearing this Thursday morning (August 4) at 9 AM regarding the recently proposed rule that ensures...