Up Close and Personal: A Return to Outcry in the Barrio

After a visit to Outcry in the Barrio in April, a return visit has increased the understanding of what this ministry is doing. By Steve Parkhurst It is summer time in San Antonio. Mid-July, the 15th to be exact. The temperature approaches 100 degrees. It is a Texas summer day to be sure.Pastor Roman Herrera, […]

The Border Crisis, Who Created It and What to do About it

By Dr. Brian Babin, Republican nominee for CD-36 Never in my wildest dreams would I have expected to see what is happening on our south texas border. Thousands of illegal immigrants, adolescents and children, many of whom are seriously ill, simply walking across the border and coming in at will every day. Our southern border […]

Amnesty supporter- “we’re not goin’ nowhere!”—until HPD arrives

This amnesty supporter did not believe in the law-abiding civil society for reasons he was unable to articulately communicate—that is, of course, until HPD arrived on the scene. Perhaps actions sometimes speak louder than words. Watch the amnesty supporter dressed in the black t-shirt and khaki shorts scream: “we’re not goin’ no where! —we’re gonna […]

Hyatt Regency Houston: zero tolerance for law-abiding, licensed concealed handgun holders

Looking for a hotel room in Downtown Houston? I was. My choices were narrowed down to three and after reading the firearms policy of the Hyatt Regency Houston I’ve made my decision. If you are a law-abiding Texan holding a concealed handgun license, the firearms policy of the Hyatt Regency in Houston states guests or […]

Compelling Causes Await The Republican Party

By Chris Carmona Each generation faces the same choices, hope or despair.A conservative movement based on the values and ideals of the Constitution is what allows and encourages each generation the opportunity to embrace the possibilities that are derived from the concept of hope. Recently the Republican Party of Texas passed a platform that, in […]

Not All Mailers Are the Same

Well, it’s not every day that you wake-up on a Sunday morning to see that you’ve been identified and quoted in the lead editorial of your local newspaper [http://www.chron.com/opinion/editorials/article/Beware-of-slate-cards-5279013.php]—but yesterday was one of those days. Those of you who have followed Big Jolly Politics know that one of the problems both David Jennings and I […]