During the 2020 campaign, candidate Joe Biden promised to undo President Donald Trump’s border security policies. He pledged to halt all deportations for 100 days and allow asylum seekers who enter the United States illegally to stay in this country while their cases are considered, rather than wait in Mexico, as Trump required.
Gov. Greg Abbott in a press conference Tuesday in Lubbock announced the end of pandemic measures including limitations on business capacity and a statewide mask mandate. With only about 12% of Texans vaccinated, some argue the move is political while others who decried the measures as govern…
It is time for all of us in the legislature to accept the responsibility for millions of Texans going without power. We must make these structural changes to protect our citizens and our economic development efforts.
America has been a great land of opportunity for all because it has always allowed free speech, regardless of the facts presented or intelligence of the individual.
This nation needs a political party that represents the traditional values of conservative principles. We need a Republican Party that will collaborate with their Democratic colleagues so our nation can move forward together.
Lyndon B. Johnson and other Southern Democratic leaders accurately predicted this shift. Racist southern Democrats became racist Republicans.
Cody’s story is not an isolated one. Just as we did after Hurricane Harvey, we saw time and time again this week everyday Texans taking care of their fellow Texans. It’s what we do.
County officials can be a key resource in foreseeing how new legislation and policy will affect each county and community across Texas.
Last year, 25 CASA volunteers served 220 children in the foster care system in Lamar, Red River, and Delta counties, but 147 children still need a volunteer to advocate for their best interests.
It’s a continuous job to make sure Texas laws keep pace with modern times and that governments adhere to the letter and the spirit of our transparency laws.
When the left has a past they don’t like, they simply re-write it to reflect negatively on someone else instead of accepting their past and learning from it.
Jackie Alsobrook has been such a fixture in Paris for so many years, I know other people will want to join us in celebrating her life. I share here are some excerpts from her obituary and our eulogy.
Hopefully all Christians will return their focus to the major themes of Jesus’ ministry: love, compassion, inclusivity, generosity and forgiveness and allow their faith to inform their politics rather than letting politics drive their religion.
The new president must have sounded good to his liberal base; his actions were right on key with their favorite anti-pollution chorus. Unity can be an easy song to hum, but it’s a much harder song to sing and lead.
Say you were told that every dollar you contribute toward a cause would be matched with $9. Sounds like a pretty good deal, doesn’t it? This is the deal that Texas is forgoing by refusing to expand Medicaid.
Dear Jim Hamaker,
Donald Trump, you don’t love America. You love Donald Trump.
It is no secret that Google has secured a near monopoly in the search and local advertising world. However, the impact on newspapers hasn’t been quite as obvious.
I would like to respond to the guest commentary by Jack Thomson in the Jan. 17 edition, “An open letter to Democratic leadership,” line by line.
May we pray for conviction and contrition for our past sins and for the fortitude to work to change our culture, nation and world from one that accepts the killing of innocent children to one which celebrates the sanctity of human life.
Answer a few of these questions, please. Your voters and constituents deserve it.