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...]

Conservative Groups Decry Legislative Intimidation: Eight Leaders Come Together to Defend Constitutional Rights

AUSTIN, Texas – This morning, leaders from eight grassroots organizations spanning social and fiscal issues came together to address the unconstitutional actions being considered in the House Committee on State Affairs. Despite holding a hearing exploring an interim charge enabling Chairman Byron … [Read more...]

Virtual Town Hall: Lt. Gov. Candidate Dan Patrick and Tim Lambert What Hangs in the Balance – Discussion Link Posted!

Isaac Sommers

On April 9 THSC hosted a virtual town hall meeting where THSC President Tim Lambert and candidate for lieutenant governor Dan Patrick discussed many important issues relating to the May 27 Runoffs, the support that THSC needs from Texas home schoolers in order to win this fight for parental rights … [Read more...]

Government-mandated parenting courses?

There are several reasons we are endorsing John Schmude in Harris County for Judge of the 247th District Court. One reason is that his opponent voted in the Democratic Primary until she decided to be a judge and then began to vote in the Republican Primary. It strikes me that she is someone who may … [Read more...]

Home Schoolers Impact Election!

Jeremy Newman

As the results from the 2014 Primary poured in on Tuesday night, the impact of the work from the home schooling community became more and more evident. The 2014 November elections are shaping up to be an historic landslide victory for traditional values and parental rights! Statewide … [Read more...]

A Call for Rangers

Tim Lambert

As THSC continues to work for the return of all of the Tutt children and for the Tutts’ right to home school those children, thousands of home schoolers have responded to this tragedy by asking, “What can we do?” Some have even suggested that this case sounds eerily similar to some of the recent … [Read more...]