GAC and My Duty to Report

GAC and My Duty to Report

Last year SB 14 was passed outlawing transgender conversion therapy for minors in TX. Kathleen became aware of a local, N. TX counseling group that publicly offers to write the GAC letters required by the WPATH conversion protocol before any medication or surgery may be applied. This particular counseling group also sees children which raised…

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Controversial is Not Political

Controversial is Not Political

“It’s too political!” I’ve heard this comment several times in the past few weeks in relation to the civil discussion of ideas and it gave me pause to consider its usage. Controversial is Not Political First, I’m not convinced there is any such thing as “too political”. What does that even mean? Can something be…

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Did You See This Ad About Hate Comments?

Did You See This Ad About Hate Comments?

The propaganda machine is never very far behind a crisis, is it! Less than two weeks ago, as of this writing, the Hamas-Israel conflict began and last night during Game 3 of the World Series I had to endure a commercial about how hate comments against Jews have increased a bazillion percent since the conflict…

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How to Deal With Woke

How to Deal with Woke

The fight in our world today is not about USA vs China or Russia, left vs right, Democrat vs Republican, or black vs white. It’s quite simply a good vs evil, winner take all world event. It is a spiritual battle that has been raging for centuries and manifests in this very real form of…

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How We Select Conference Speakers

How We Select Conference Speakers

Got an email this week from a non-member that I want to address. I’m not going to respond directly to that person because frankly I think they’re just looking to pick an ideological fight and that’s simply a waste of time. It is a good opportunity for us to state our values, answer the question…

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