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Texas Lt. Gov. responds to request to remove Confederate monuments from Capitol buildings and grounds

Texas Lt. Gov. responds to request to remove Confederate monuments from Capitol buildings and grounds

Last week the Democrats in the Texas Senate sent a letter to Governor Greg Abbott and me asking that we remove all Confederate monuments and symbols displayed in buildings and on the grounds of the Texas Capitol. I sent them my official response today. Here it is:

Do you believe in God, Alex?

Do you believe in God, Alex?

The death of a friend or a loved one stings with a pain like nothing else in this life. The same death that so callously wounds the living, without empathy, yet with great chutzpah, presses a bony finger into the chest of the aggrieved and whispers “Do you believe in God?”

The Light of the World

The Light of the World

Matthew 5:14-16 (Jesus speaking), “You are the light of the world. A city set on a hill cannot be hid. Nor do men light a lamp and put it under a bushel, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house. Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.” Christianity is like the light in that it

The Biden/Harris love fest

The Biden/Harris love fest

When Joe Biden gave his acceptance speech at the Democrat National Convention, I listened very closely to see if I could hear the Coca Cola choir in the background. They had to be there singing that they’d love to teach the world to sing in perfect harmony. After all, Biden was the self-proclaimed candidate of love with a copy of “Mother Earth News” sticking out of his back pocket. He was the candidate of light standing up for the Green Deal and opposing the candidate of darkness. It was almost enough to cause one to forget that the Green Deal in California was at that very minute causing rolling blackouts because natural gas had been “retired” in favor of solar and wind and there wasn’t enough electricity to power California’s lights and air conditioners.

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