Family

Republicans must come together to stand for policies that strengthen the core of society: The traditional family. Marriage must be protected. Life must be respected. Liberals suggest the policies we embrace are “divisive wedge issues,” but they could not be more wrong. Policies that strengthen the family are essential to a GOP that keeps its core conservative principles.
The Department of Veterans Affairs pulled all residents from an assisted living home in Van Nuys, California, after finding a veteran who had been dead for four days. The incident followed several complaints of mistreatment...
trangender runners
The U.S. Department of Education Office has agreed to investigate a violation of girls' civil rights in Connecticut following a complaint filed in Boston concerning two biologically male transgender teens triumphing over...
Yesterday I visited Vitalant’s El Paso West location to donate blood to aid survivors of the shooting in El Paso. While there, I spoke to reporters about what Congress can do to prevent shootings like in El Paso and Dayton,...
Once again, Washington finds itself paralyzed over immigration. Squabbles over funding a proposed wall along our southern border are emblematic of a larger issue that has seared any hands it has touched.
montgomery county CIT
Update: The Montgomery County Commissioners Court approved three new CIT deputies.The following post was authored by Brenda LaVar, Vice President of NAMI Greater Houston:
The Harris County Sheriff’s Office has opened a new section of the county jail dedicated to military veterans, with the aim of helping them prepare for civilian life. 
Fifty years ago, the world was transfixed by a grainy black-and-white image of Neil Armstrong descending a ladder preparing to take humankind's first steps on the moon. I was one of more than a half billion people, the...
4th of July celebrations
It has been over 40 years since The Economist made this statement, and still, it is true. Forty years ago, I was young and full of enthusiasm and looking forward to the future. Some things have changed….other things have not...
Beach-goers celebrating Independence Day are urged to take caution on the Gulf Coast after rip currents were blamed for a string of drownings and swimmers-gone-missing at the start of the summer.
As you sing along with your friends and family about how the stars and stripes remained gallantly streaming through the perilous fight, I encourage you to also think about the values that this great nation was founded on....
In this audio WWII Veteran Aubrey Farb tells Houston Matters producer Joshua Zinn about his experiences with the Marines before, during, and immediately after Iwo Jima.
Despite the darkness, it's inspiring to see El Paso, and it's inspiring to see the love, compassion, the heroism, the strength.
Having grown up as a cradle Catholic, I find myself questioning more and more the motives of the bishops of the church.  When you are young it’s easy to follow and believe what they say because there was and is a certain...
Two days ago I visited the memorial site for victims of the shooting in El Paso and offered words of support to the community in the wake of the tragic loss of life there.
I am deeply horrified by the hateful anti-Hispanic bigotry expressed in the shooter’s so-called ‘manifesto.’ This ignorant racism is repulsive and profoundly anti-American. We must speak clearly to combat evil in any form it...
I moved to Downtown Austin in the spring of 2017 when I married my husband Doug Aldeen. We minimalized in an unbelievable way, but we love our home and our life. Austin has swelled into one of America's latest boomtowns,...
Our hearts are heavy as we bid farewell to Ross Perot. In his 89 years on earth, he lived the American dream to the fullest. Ross is a Texas legend. He will be remembered as an outstanding entrepreneur, philanthropist, and...
May God bless our families as we commemorate our country's founding, and may God bless this great nation for centuries to come.
A man who claimed he was a substitute teacher at Santa Fe High during the 2018 shooting told a harrowing story of survival. But the school district says he never worked there.
Supreme Court
The court had said that the administration's explanation for adding the question was insufficient and sent it back to the lower courts for further consideration. 

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