Aledo's David Barton was pretty sure he could have become Texas' next Senator, as so many Tea Party leaders were encouraging him to do, but the time wasn't right. "Right now, I believe my role is to continue educating, equipping and inspiring citizens through the work we do at WallBuilders," as he t ... More >>
For several days now, state health officials have been sounding the alarm about a nascent measles outbreak in North Texas. As of Friday, there had been nine confirmed cases, a number that will grow as new reports from local health agencies filter up to the state. The epicenter of the outbreak is Ta ... More >>
See also: Phil York, legendary Dallas producer, dead at age 70 Phil York and I crossed paths in summer 2009. I was researching the liner notes for the Heavy Light release of The Relatives' Don't Let Me Fall, a stunning revelation of Dallas gospel-funk from the early '70s, which York engineered at ... More >>
Flickr user jacksnellAmong the Kenneth Copeland Ministries planes with hidden flight plans: a 1953 North American T-28B TrojanSay what you will about Kenneth Copeland, but the Wise County televangelist isn't one to over-share. Copeland, with wife Gloria, was one of six televangelists ha ... More >>
In case you missed it, Nightline last night scored a rare interview with Benny Hinn, who, of course, is HQ'd out of Irving. It'll be interesting for those wondering if he really resurrected the dead ("I had no proof he was dead, that's what they told me") or how Sen. Charles Grassley's investigat ... More >>
Hey, Ole, is that a mote or a beam in your eye?
A preacher uses tithing to build a Latino megachurch
Inside the mind--and suitcase--of Sandra Bridewell, religious charlatan