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A Moral Tale of Two Cities Oct. 08, 2019

William Murchison

The "progressive," so to speak, vision of politics and public life envisions tighter and tighter gov... Read More

Who's Behind the Increasing Suppression of Your Right to Protest? Sep. 25, 2019

Jim Hightower

As British playwright and political rabble-rouser George Bernard Shaw noted, "You don't learn to hol... Read More

The Questionable Fun of Yelling 'Boo, Hiss!' Jun. 11, 2019

William Murchison

Now, hear this: Anti-Chick-fil-A San Antonio mayor narrowly reelected this past weekend over pro-Chi... Read More

Dissing the Dead in Dallas May. 28, 2019

William Murchison

During the walk-up to Memorial Day, with its evocations of respect for fallen warriors, hypercharged... Read More

How Ridiculous Is Trump's Border Stand? May. 22, 2019

Jim Hightower

The most ridiculous thing about Donald Trump's xenophobic, demagogic assault on Central American amn... Read More

Religious Freedom Laws Seek to Legalize Forms of Discrimination May. 21, 2019

Daily Editorials

Imagine walking into your doctor's or dentist's office for an appointment and being refused service ... Read More

Friendly People Apr. 17, 2019

Classic Zig Ziglar

Recently while in Tyler, Texas, my wife and I entered the Red Lobster restaurant and were pleasantly... Read More

Rescue Border Towns and Taxpayers With 'Remain in Mexico' Apr. 17, 2019

Betsy McCaughey

President Donald Trump scored a win on Friday when a federal appeals court gave a temporary green li... Read More

Democrats Look Forward by Looking Inland Mar. 19, 2019

Froma Harrop

In Texas, most politicians used to worry only about the primaries. Once they won their party's endor... Read More

Just Say 'No' to the Corporate Bribe Racket Feb. 20, 2019

Jim Hightower

The richest man in the world, who heads one of the world's largest and richest corporations, is also... Read More

A Bountiful Harvest Takes Work Feb. 13, 2019

Jim Hightower

Campaigns end on Election Day. Movements don't. Voting day is a time stamp for measuring our progres... Read More

One Deadly Drug Raid, Two Red Herrings: Neither Gun Control nor Uncritical Support of the Police Can Stop Violence Required by War on Drugs Feb. 06, 2019

Jacob Sullum

After a drug raid killed a middle-aged couple and injured five narcotics officers in Houston last we... Read More

We Don't Like Anybody, Do We? Jan. 22, 2019

William Murchison

As the luminous Texas writer John Graves observed a few years back: "The Unco Guid and the Rigidly R... Read More

Become 100 Percent Texan! Jan. 11, 2019

'Tween 12 & 20

DR. WALLACE: I have a problem. Although it's not earth-shattering, I would like your comments. I'm a... Read More

FEMA Wasting Money Dec. 27, 2018

Daily Editorials

Mention the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Florida, and you're sure to get a variety of resp... Read More

The Costs to Society from Pollution Dec. 12, 2018

Daily Editorials

Big oil companies are already on record that climate change is real, but here's some real evidence. ... Read More

Midterms: Republicans Had a Great Story to Tell -- and It Staved Off Disaster Nov. 08, 2018

Larry Elder

As expected, Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives. But the much-anticipated "b... Read More

The Only Remarkable Thing About Beto O'Rourke Is How Much the Media Love Him Oct. 19, 2018

David Harsanyi

Despite my best efforts, I know exactly what Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke's post-punk indie band f... Read More

Cruz'in Toward Victory Oct. 16, 2018

William Murchison

There are tides in the affairs of men, we are reliably assured, which, taken at the flood, lead on t... Read More

Even Birth Control Is Under Attack Oct. 11, 2018

Froma Harrop

There was a time when Republicans and Democrats generally agreed that access to birth control was a ... Read More