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  • The Shadow Party Strikes Again: ‘Texans For Public Justice’... Texas Democrats’ Smear Machine

    09/22/2011 9:12:07 AM PDT · by smoothsailing · 21 replies
    Pajamas Media ^ | 9-21-2011 | Bryan Preston
    The Shadow Party Strikes Again: ‘Texans For Public Justice’ is Really Part of the Texas Democrats’ Smear Bryan Preston September 21, 2011 Texans for Public Justice’s true nature is relevant because they’ve launched an ethics broadside against Texas Gov. Rick Perry on the eve of the next presidential debate, and that attack is getting picked up as if it’s not coming from a partisan hothouse. Despite their attempts to masquerade as non-partisan watchdogs, Texans for Public Justice are Democrat partisans funded by a variety of far left outfits. PJ alum Jennifer Rubin cites TPJ uncritically in a post at her...
  • Texas 'Freedom' Network, UT Professor Oppose Academic Freedom in Public Schools (Creation/Evolution)

    11/26/2008 10:28:23 AM PST · by GodGunsGuts · 17 replies · 443+ views
    ICR ^ | November 2008 | Brian Thomas, M.S.
    The upcoming battle over what public science textbooks should teach promises to be no less contentious than the battles of the past. The Texas State Board of Education held a public hearing Wednesday, November 19, 2008, about the state’s science standards, which Board members will vote on early next year. Some interest groups are outraged that certain individuals still do not believe that particles developed into people all by themselves, and they are gathering their arguments to influence the Board, whose decision will affect millions of schoolchildren’s science curricula. One such group—Texas Freedom Network (TFN), billing itself as “A Mainstream...