Rarely Seen Copy Of Magna Carta Coming To Houston

What the Persecution will look like | Edward Mechmann at NY Catholic Archdiocese

Alamo city battleground | World Magazine

Texas Supreme Court takes same-sex divorce cases

Feds sues Texas over voter ID law

Perry aide: Texas request for health law funds ‘isn’t about ObamaCare’

Dallas County commissioners agree to sue Texas Gov. Rick Perry over voter ID

Are Supporters of the Anti-Discrimination Proposal Helping Turn People AGAINST It? | WOAI.com

    WOAI.com: Robert Wilson, an attorney who works with the Alliance Defending Freedom, says the ‘over the top’ response of backers of the ordinance to Chan’s secretly recorded comments is a perfect demonstration of why opposition to the ordinance is growing. “The Mayor calls her homophobic and some in the LBGT community trumpet that her private views on homosexual behavior and gender identity are grounds for ridicule, calling her names, and demanding her resignation, even if those views have not affected her ability to serve those in her district,” Wilson said. “If this ordinance passes, name calling will be replaced by a fine, a lawsuit, a loss of a city contract or removal from city government.”


  • Posted: 08/21/2013
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Four Openly LGBT Candidates Running for Texas House, Including Two Openly Gay Republicans

Texas Megachurch Minister Rebuts Claims That He Supports Ordinance Protecting Homosexuals | Christian News Network

Planned Parenthood Getting $214,000 in Obamacare Funds Accused of Medicaid Fraud | LifeNews

Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic in Houston Rushes Woman to Hospital

GOP lawmaker invites rodeo clown who mocked Obama to perform in Texas

Is the Texas Supreme Court about to legalize same-sex marriage?

Texas Attorney General Abbott leads multi-state effort to protect the right of governmental bodies to begin meetings with prayer

Planned Parenthood Investigation Launched | Right Side News

    Right Side News: The settlement brought to at least $12.5 million the amount of “waste, abuse and ‘fraudulent overbilling’ of taxpayers” by Planned Parenthood affiliates in publicly revealed audits, according to the Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF). ADF has charged Planned Parenthood with misusing millions of dollars in government funds in a report to Congress. Other ADF lawsuits contend Planned Parenthood affiliates have filed fraudulent claims for far more in government money. Its suit against Planned Parenthood of the Heartland — based in Des Moines, Iowa — alleges the organization filed nearly 500,000 false Medicaid claims and received nearly $28 million. Its legal action against Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest, headquartered in Seattle, Wash., says damages could be more than $370 million from fraudulent claims. ADF Senior Counsel Michael Norton called the settlement in the PPGC case “merely the tip of the iceberg.” Planned Parenthood “uses taxpayer dollars to pad its bottom line with little regard for the health of women,” he said. “[It] has been improperly reimbursed by millions of taxpayer dollars over the years.”


  • Posted: 08/07/2013
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‘Education, Not Indoctrination’: Atheists Protest Texas Homeschool Convention as Promised

Congress to Investigate Planned Parenthood Abortion Business

Planned Parenthood now under nationwide investigation by GAO, Congressmen announce

Media That Clamored Against Komen Skips Planned Parenthood Paying $4.3 Million in Medicaid Fraud Case

Ignoring Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid Fraud | Newsbusters / LifeNews

TX: Bryan Planned Parenthood closed for good

Texas withdraws subpoena for tweets on new abortion law

Planned Parenthood Now Over $12.5 Million in Government Determined Waste, Abuse, and Possible Fraud | NRL News

Texas May Add Another Abortion Regulation In 3rd Special Session

Texas Officials Subpoena Abortion Activists’ Tweets

Mainstream Media Ignores Massive Fraud at Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz | LifeNews

Planned Parenthood Abortion Business Has Engaged in $12.5 Million in Medicaid Fraud | Jill Stanek at Life News

Planned Parenthood Now Over $12.5 Million In Government Determined Waste, Abuse, And Fraud | Casey Mattox

Liberty Institute vows court battle if San Antonio enacts anti-discrimination measure

When Planned Parenthood isn’t news (fraud edition)

Texas Planned Parenthood’s Fraud Was $4.3 Million, Three Times More Than Announced

TX: League City offered help in potential prayer suit

Texas City Stands up to Atheists Over Prayers at Government Meetings

“Tolerance in San Antonio: There’s apparently nothing very gay at the Alamo” | Washington Times Editorial

Christians claim they will suffer discrimination under anti-discrimination policy

Planned Parenthood to Pay $1.4 Million in Medicaid Fraud Settlement | Sarah Torre at Heritage Foundation

Louisiana pro-lifers call for Jindal to defund Planned Parenthood affiliate in wake of Texas fraud | LifeSiteNews

Planned Parenthood to Repay $1.4 Million Following Texas Medicaid Fraud Investigation | Christian News Net

Planned Parenthood Settles Fraud Case For $1.4 Million | Baptist Press

About that other lawsuit: ADF will pursue fraud case against Planned Parenthood, too

Planned Parenthood Tees Off the Gulf | Patriot Post

Does a Texas Ordinance Banning Discrimination Amount to a ‘Ban on Christianity’? | Politix

We Paid for Those Abortions: Across several states, Planned Parenthood overbills and charges Medicaid for abortions. | Kevin Williamson at NRO

Atheist Activist Group Demands Texas City to Cease Holding Public Prayers Before Council Meetings

Texas GOP pans Holder move

Texas Planned Parenthood must reimburse $1.4 million in Medicaid fraud, calls charges ‘baseless’ | LifeSiteNews

Unprecedented ordinance bans Christians from serving on city council | BizPacReview

Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast settles fraud lawsuit brought by Texas AG | Alliance Defending Freedom

Texas Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Must Repay $1.4 Million After Medicaid Fraud

San Antonio proposal would ban anyone opposed to homosexuality from city council | Examiner.com

Homosexual Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Drafted in The City of San Antonio

TX: League City Tradition Under Attack

Culture ‘Unprecedented’ language targets those with traditional values | One News Now

Planned Parenthood Announces Closures Following Signing of Texas Pro-Life Bill | Christian News

    Christian News: Alliance Defending Freedom Senior Counsel Michael Norton said in a press release following the announcement that the closing of these three Texas facilities is an encouraging development, but more work still needs to be done. “Planned Parenthood is more concerned with using American taxpayers’ dollars to pad its bottom line than providing competent healthcare to women,” he stated. “Although Planned Parenthood blames budget cuts for its decision to close down three of its Texas abortion clinics, … Planned Parenthood’s waste, abuse and potential frauds involving taxpayer funds should have shut it down long ago. We will continue to hold Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast and all other Planned Parenthood affiliates accountable for its fraudulent use of taxpayer dollars and hope that even more abortion clinics will soon close.”


  • Posted: 07/22/2013
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New Texas Abortion Bill Shuts Down Three Planned Parenthood Locations | Christian Post

Planned Parenthood Closing Down 3 Abortion Clinics | Stoyan Zaimov at Christian Post

Texas Legislator Introduces Fetal-Heartbeat Bill

Planned Parenthood to Close 3 Texas Clinics | Charisma

Texas Passes 20-week Abortion Ban, Should Survive Legal Challenge | Ken Klukowski at Breitbart

Planned Parenthood Abortion Biz Closing Three Clinics After Perry Signs Ban

Texas Governor Rick Perry Signs Bill Banning Late-Term Abortions

Governor Rick Perry to Sign Texas’ Late-Term Abortion Ban Thursday

Texas: Groups Weigh Legal Challenge to Abortion Bill

Texas: Man withdraws suit challenging marriage

Wendy Davis Makes Over $1 Million Filibustering for Late-Term Abortions

In the midst of an angry pro-abortion mob: what happened Friday night in Texas (eyewitness account)