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- Ten Outrageous Changes Publishers Agreed to Make to Texas Social Studies Textbooks in 2002
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- Former NOM Official's Message to Texas: 'I’m Sorry. You’re Not Going to Be Able to Hold Out.'
- Steve Toth: Too Extreme Even for Texas Republicans?
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With Christmas celebrations on the brink of extinction in Texas, the Texas House intervened yesterday by passing the “Merry Christmas bill” to ensure public schools remain a welcome place for Jesus Santa. Santa’s attorney — and lobbyist for the religious-right group Texas Values — was at the Capitol to whip votes and remind us all of the […]
A rare moment of rational debate broke out in the Texas Senate last week in the most unlikely of places — a committee hearing on a proposal to ban Texas courts from imposing “foreign law” (code for Sharia law) on citizens. Hearings on this contentious subject in previous years have been marked by open bigotry and […]
The board, staff and student leaders of the Texas Freedom Network extend our profound gratitude for your unwavering support. From all of us to you and yours, Happy Thanksgiving! Click here to send this photo as an eCard to someone you think would support the mission of the Texas Freedom Network.
We are about to implement a new design and features that better integrate TFN Insider and the Texas Freedom Network’s main website. So we apologize in advance for any technical hiccups that might happen over the next couple of days. We hope you will like the new design. Like the one we’ve had since launching […]
Tonight the Texas Freedom Network celebrates 16 years of work promoting religious freedom, civil liberties and public education. Please join us for our Epic Evening from 7 to 10 p.m at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum (1800 Congress Ave.) in Austin. This is TFN’s biggest celebration and fundraiser of the year. We’ll have […]
Thanks to you, the Texas Freedom Network this week was once again named the best activist organization in the Austin Chronicle‘s “Best of Austin” readers poll! This was our ninth “Best of” award. We’d like to think that even the far right secretly votes for us. Here’s some of what the Chronicle had to say […]
Where will you be in one month? We hope you’ll be with us at TFN’s Epic Evening: Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011 7 – 10 p.m. Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum 1800 N. Congress Ave. Austin, Texas Purchase your sponsorships or individual tickets today! At this year’s event we will be honoring three very special […]
Today as Americans celebrate our independence as a free nation, we believe it’s important to recall a critical part of the Constitution that is important in helping to preserve our freedoms 235 years later. The First Amendment: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging […]
Texas Freedom Network President Kathy Miller was honored last night at the 23rd annual Gloria Awards: A Salute to Women of Vision, which celebrates women who through their work and actions build the power to ignite social change across the nation. The awards were presented by the Ms. Foundation last night in New York and […]
This week is Membership Week at the Texas Freedom Network, a time when we hope that you’ll show your appreciation for the organization’s work and its mission by becoming a member, or renewing your membership. You can do so by clicking here. For more than 15 years, the Texas Freedom Network has been the premiere […]