Topic: Religious Liberty

Video: Merry Christmas Texas project launched to fight War on Christmas

December 4, 2013
Texas Values’ Merry Christmas Texas project and new state-wide radio ads are highlighted in an interview with Fox 7 (Austin). Watch the interview: Learn more about...

States Following Texas’ Lead in Protecting Christmas

December 3, 2013
Update (1-21-14): Tennessee has now also filed a ‘Merry Christmas’ bill. Read more. Update: Oklahoma has now filed a ‘Merry Christmas’ Bill as well. Read more....

Texas Values Launches Statewide Ads for Merry Christmas Texas Project

December 2, 2013
Project to Protect Christmas in Public Schools Austin, TX, December 2, 2013 – Today, Texas Values announced the launch of statewide ads for the “Merry Christmas...

Texas Values Interviewed on Merry Christmas Texas Project

November 22, 2013
Last week, Texas Values President Jonathan Saenz was on the What’s Up Radio Program with Terry Lowry to talk about our Merry Christmas Texas project and...

New Merry Christmas Law Saves the Day in Frisco

November 20, 2013
We haven’t even reached Thanksgiving Day yet and already the War on Christmas has reared its ugly head in Texas. In the Frisco Independent School District...

Texas Values Launches “Merry Christmas Texas” Project to Protect Christmas in Public Schools

November 14, 2013
New Effort to Educate Texans on Merry Christmas Law This week, Texas Values announced the launch of the “Merry Christmas Texas” project, a state-wide effort to...

Fox Sports Fires Craig James For Christian Beliefs

September 12, 2013
Religious discrimination continues to rear its ugly head in the Lone Star State. According to reports, Craig James, former NFL player and ESPN Analyst, has been...

Washington Watch Interview on Passage of San Antonio’s Anti-Religious Freedom Ordinance

September 6, 2013
Yesterday, Texas Values President Jonathan Saenz was on the Family Research Council’s Washington Watch with Tony Perkins radio program program to talk about the San Antonio City Council passing an...

San Antonio City Council Approves Unconstitutional LGBT Ordinance

September 5, 2013
San Antonio, TX, September 5, 2013 – Today, after weeks of strong opposition, the San Antonio City Council voted 8-3 to pass a controversial ordinance that...

Public Information Act Request Submitted on San Antonio Ordinance; Answers, Transparency Sought

September 4, 2013
San Antonio, TX, September 4, 2013 – Today, Texas Values submitted a Texas Public Information Act request to Mayor Julian Castro and Councilman Diego Bernal, seeking...