Ethics & Parental Rights

Tim Lambert

I read a recent posting by Michael Quinn Sullivan regarding ethics complaints in the last election cycle. These complaints were filed against him and his organization by two moderate legislators who were apparently trying to silence his organization in their efforts to alert the public about the … [Read more...]

Parental Rights Still Under Attack

Tim Lambert

Last week THSC sponsored its annual Southwest Convention & Family Conference in The Woodlands, Texas, near Houston. As always, it was a marvelous time of inspiration, encouragement, and equipping of home school parents, children, and teens for the coming year. We had a record crowd of almost … [Read more...]

Freedom and Liberty Not Free

Tim Lambert

As we celebrate “Independence Day,” or the founding of our great country, this July and at the same time watch the protests and counter-protests at the Texas Capitol during the second special session for the Texas Legislature, I am reminded that liberty and freedom are not free. Some home … [Read more...]

A Legacy for Our Children

Almost 20 years ago, the Texas Supreme Court affirmed the right of parents to home school in Texas. Since then THSC has worked to further the cause of home schooling, making Texas one of the most home school-friendly states to date. Texas home schoolers have benefited from the fruits of our labor, … [Read more...]

Euthanizing Children

doctor holding a syringe

Euthanasia is the practice of intentionally ending a life to relieve “pain and suffering.” SB 303 takes another step toward legalizing euthanasia by legally empowering doctors to decide when to place Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) orders into the medical files of suffering, sick children. Only a panel of … [Read more...]

SB 303: Doctors of Death

SB 303 empowers doctors to place “Do Not Resuscitate” orders in the files of sickly children and the elderly without their consent. No one, not even the patient or a member of his family can remove this death sentence. No one, that is, except a panel of doctors. We spoke to Susan King, the House … [Read more...]