Constitutional Carry Passes Texas House

On April 15 at 5:46 pm, Constitutional Carry passed the Texas House of Representatives. After nearly eight hours of debate, HB 1927 by Matt Schafer passed in a record vote of 84 to 56. The vote was mostly along party lines, though some Democrats voted in favor. The bill has yet to pass in the […]

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Pro-Life Bills in the 87th Texas Legislature

There have been several bills introduced in the 87th Texas legislature that take steps towards protecting unborn children. These bills accomplish a wide rance of things, from holding abortion providers and physicians accountable for taking advantage of women, expanding informed consent, providing personhood rights to unvorn children, and outright banning some or all abortions (these […]

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The Darsch Report: January 11 to 17

Election Fraud at Home On Wed., Jan. 13, a San Antonio woman, Rachel Rodriguez, was arrested for election fraud, illegal voting, unlawfully assisting people voting by mail, and unlawfully possessing an official ballot, according to Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton. Because each charge being is a felony under Texas legal code, Rodriguez could face up […]

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Mind Games

SB 11 and HB 18 are symptoms of a larger shift in how our culture views schools. Instead of just viewing school as a place for academic learning, we increasingly view it as a place for young adult daycare and moral growth.

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The Darsch Report: Oct. 21- 27

40 Arrested in Bexar County as Part of Nationwide Roundup As part of a nationwide roundup, forty fugitives wanted on misdemeanor or felony family violence warrants were arrested on Wednesday. The roundup was part of the 17th Annual National Family Violence Apprehension warrant roundup in which the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office participated. “This is the […]

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The Darsch Report: March 25 – 31

US Marshall Arrested in San Antonio On Saturday, March 30, US Marshal Reynaldo Chavera was charged with drug possession following an arrest Saturday morning outside a San Antonio strip club. Bexar County booking records show he has been charged with possession of less than one gram of a controlled substance under “penalty group one” of […]

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The Darsch Report: Mar. 4 – 10

San Antonio Activist Found Guilty of Disorderly Conduct On Tuesday Mar. 5, Jesus Padilla, also known as “Mexican Padilla” on Youtube, was convicted on three counts of disorderly conduct and issued a fine of $1,713. Padilla is a member of the “First Amendment Auditors,” which records police and government workers to test the limits of […]

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Democrats Have Overplayed Their Hand on Abortion

The past month saw legislative victories for pro-abortion activists up and down the East Coast. Vermont, New York, and Virginia all either passed or are currently in the process of passing new sweeping abortion laws allowing abortion up until birth and possibly after in the case of Virginia. In response, pro-life activists in states with […]

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Rep. Schaefer Files PreNDA in House

On Monday, February 25, Representative Matt Schaefer (R-Tyler) filed House Bill 2434, styled the Preborn Non-Discrimination Act (PreNDA) by its proponents. The bill, and it’s Senate companion SB 1033 by Sen. Kelly Hancock (R-North Richland Hills) would prohibit all abortions after 20 weeks except for those protecting the life of the mother, and abortions performed […]

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The Darsch Report: Jan. 28 – Feb. 3

Money Laundering and Russians Court documents were released on Friday, Feb. 1 detailing a money laundering scheme of more than half a million dollars committed by a San Antonio luxury car dealer with Russian connections. Karen Mgerian, 40 — one of two men arrested in raids Thursday in which more than 100 high-end vehicles were […]

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