Exactly one month before a Presidential election, my mother will walk outside and stick ten political yard signs in our grass. Without fail, each night someone comes by and tears them down, such a common Texas occurrence that the film Boyhood had an entire scene about it. While she knows that her signs will be […]
A disturbing statistic has become a major talking point in Texas political campaigns this election cycle. From state house races to the fight for Ted Cruz’s senate seat, candidates are making maternal mortality a component of every healthcare discussion, and it’s a conversation that’s seriously needed. Between 2010 and 2012, Texas’s maternal mortality rate nearly […]
“I’m just going to tell you from my own personal life – abstinence works.”
Texas Lawmakers return for a second special session today to discuss an anti-abortion bill after last week’s fight to save the majority of clinics in the state.
We won in Texas Tuesday night, thanks to Sen. Davis and all of her strong supporters. But Gov. Perry is determined to make that victory short-lived. Let’s show him who he’s dealing with.