The Strength of Silence

The Strength of Silence

We had a memorial service for my uncle Danny two weeks ago. Danny, or Dano as the men in his unit called him, was a quiet man of great strength. He was a man of honor and resolve, of precision and fortitude. When the armed forces needed someone to fly a “secret mission,” Dano was recruited. On many … [Read more...]

Home Schoolers Score Big in Runoff Election

With the home school community’s victories from the Primary still hanging in the air, conservatives waded into the Runoff election with a firm foot in the door.  After battling hundreds of thousand of dollars from the liberal establishment and rebutting false accusations from left leaning … [Read more...]

Home School Discrimination Decision Reversed

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We often describe the Texas Home School Coalition Association as an “advocacy organization for home schooling and parental rights.” We intervene on behalf of our members not only to help them but also to set the tone of what is and is not acceptable in Texas regarding home schooling and parental … [Read more...]

Talk is Cheap, We Need Advocates

THSC Association 2014 Endorsements

Early voting in the Republican Primary Runoff is going on now through this Friday, May 23, and Election Day is Tuesday, May 27. These elections are notorious for very low voter turnout, which means that very few people will have a huge impact on the outcome. It is no longer enough for candidates to … [Read more...]

The Politics of Personal Destruction

Some years ago our staff received harassing phone calls from the father of a home schooling parent whom we were defending legally. I finally took his call, and he proceeded to tell me to remove his grandchild from our “database.” When I declined he said to me, “I’m going to destroy you!” He made a … [Read more...]