Abigail Adams

“I long to hear that you have declared an independency — and by the way in the new Code of Laws which I suppose it will be necessary for you to make I desire you would Remember the Ladies, and be more generous and favourable to them than your ancestors.  Do not put...

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Good Friday

Today is Good Friday.  As my students noted, it is a “good Friday, because there's no school.” In today's world, that's often how this special day gets treated.  It's actually listed as a bad weather make-up day in my district, so if we'd had...

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True Feminism

Women's Liberation Movement.  Feminism.  Woman Power. Before March's “Women's History Month” is over I wanted to publish two stories for you to share from a conservative perspective.  Today's post is on the myth that powerful women have only begun...

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March 7th Thank You

Dear Tarrant County friends, It's important that I thank all of you who have encouraged and supported me in this campaign.  This run for office has been my introduction to politics on a larger scale, and I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know and work with so many...

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Presidents’ Day

Today we celebrate Presidents' Day.  Designated as a holiday in 1885 in honor of George Washington's birthday, what we know commonly as “Presidents' Day” is still called “Washington's Birthday” by the Federal Government.  It falls on the third...

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Best Valentine’s Day of Your Life

Today is a unique day.  It's appropriate that as Lent begins this Ash Wednesday and we remember that this year's “ashes to ashes and dust to dust” also happens to fall on Valentine's Day, that we celebrate Love.  Because there is no greater love than...

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2018 Candidate Fair & Straw Poll

Hunters and non-hunters alike love Duck Commander merchandise.  If you would like to get your own, please come by and see me this Saturday, February 3rd at the Hurst Conference Center.  I'd love to meet you and answer any questions while you're there! Use...

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The 2nd Amendment

My life's rhythms have ebbed and flowed to the tides of hunting seasons – squirrel season, duck season, deer season.  Most weekday evenings my dad would spend making sure his equipment was ready; knives were sharpened and rifles were cleaned; camo and waders were...

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Being the hands of God

When I think about “life” and what it means, I remember back to the dawn of the new millenium, when I delivered my second son.  We had gone to Baylor Irving Hospital to be induced into labor early on a weekday morning.  My doctor was there and explained to me that the...

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