Editorials

Analysis: A swelling Texas treasury gives 2022 hopefuls room for big ideas

Texas expects to get $35.4 billion from the federal infrastructure bill over the next five years, most of it for transportation…

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Letter to the Editor: Primary Election filing is here!

It may be heresy for a card-carrying member of the League of Women Voters (LWV) to admit that I could…

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Abortion laws cause Texas women to speak out

On the first day of her sophomore year of high school, Michelle Browning, now 54, met a dark-haired boy on…

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Op-Ed: Reconciliation bill makes small businesses an offer they can’t refuse

By Linda McMahon | RealClearWire COVID-19 and the lockdowns devastated small businesses. Now the reconciliation bill could increase their pain.…

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Op-Ed: Biden’s Build Back Better plan builds back bureaucracy

"Once we pass the bill and you read it you will like it." – Nancy Pelosi

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Op-Ed: Global supply-chain woes may imperil more than Christmas shopping

By Brent D. Sadler | RealClearWire A global shipping crisis has been quietly brewing for months. Soon it will lead…

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Op-Ed: A republic, but only if you can keep it

Our Constitution makes no reference to voting. It was the obligation of each state to write their own voting laws.…

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OP-ED: What Is Really Going On Here?

My warning to everyone at this time is to buy now for the holidays. Give your families a beautiful Christmas,…

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Analysis: Critical Race Theory is a direct attack on market freedom

As early as 1965, in a commencement address at Howard University, President Lyndon Johnson spoke of using government to level…

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OP-ED: The DSISD School Board meeting was satire. Too bad that’s lost on some.

James talked about- and showed- society’s “norms”- things we do as a society, not necessarily because of laws, but because…

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