Mayor Ron Nirenberg

Raise the Age to Legalize Use of Carcinogens and Abortion to 21

Breathing better after the passage of Tobacco21? To be consistent, the City of San Antonio needs to raise all carcinogens and abortions to age 21. The number of minority girls under age 21 and they’re under age 21 babies will be spared harm and even immediate human death. Will the City now restrict all carcinogens for people under 21? Will the City now restrict  abortion up to age 21? Tobacco21 passed at the SA City Council today. SA is the first city in the state of Texas to pass it. The Texas Legislature refrained from passing it in 2017 to avoid legislating adulthood. While it might feel…


Gay Pride, Religious Liberty, and Good Judgment

What’s so bad about gay pride celebrations? We just had one in San Antonio last Saturday at  Crockett Park and North Main Street – a street where the gay festival attendees and  neighboring restaurants were festooned with a uniformly gaudy display of rainbow banners, flags, hats, capes, T-shirts, shorts, socks, umbrellas, bandanas, bikini tops, etc. Inside the chain link enclosed festival area were booths hawking, you got it,  rainbow flags, hats, capes and assorted bric-a-brac. Remember these sponsors at the festival next time you consider patronizing their services or products:  USAA, Univision, State Farm, AAA, Wells Fargo, Tesoro, Nationwide, Luby’s,…


San Antonio: A Paradise for LGBTQ

San Antonio is fast becoming one of the premier LGBTQ cities in Texas.  No, not yet on the same scale as San Francisco or New Orleans, but moving fast towards this distinction. San Antonio’s 14th annual Gay Pride festival and parade was held at Crockett Park on July 1st. Julian Castro was the first San Antonio mayor to serve as Grand Marshal of this so-called Gay Pride Parade and newly elected mayor Ron Nirenberg is the second.   Nirenberg was not alone as he was in “good” company with transgender youths, Joe Maldonado, an 8 year old from Secaucus, New Jersey…