Yes, it’s unpleasant to recognize when we have been had (me — after voting for Nixon). It’s hard to admit that we have been wrong. However, this experience became a life-changing learning opportunity.
With the Covid-19 pandemic continuing to sock the Texas economy, punching an estimated $7 billion hole in the state’s finances, school officials are beginning to worry state lawmakers will look to make cuts in education spending. House Bill 3, signed into law in June 2019, was an $11.6 billi…
Jerry Dudley and I can agree on one point: America is not perfect, but it has continued to get better.
As I read Mr. O’Connor’s article last week, these words come to mind: “When they’re running down our country man, they’re walking on the fighting side of me.”
This sounds to me a lot like the socialists’ idea to divide and destabilize our country. We know who the politicians are that support these ideals.
The playing field is by design not level for all Americans.
If we truly want to resist our nation’s slide into anarchy, then we must listen to these cries of pain, anger and oppression, and we must respond with courage, justice and compassion.
The title of Gary O’Connor’s Aug. 23 article in The Paris News, “Learn from history to build a future,” I think is right on target. But the title is the only thing I can agree with.
Well, the knives are out for the upcoming election, and conservatives are dragging out their timeworn criticisms of anyone who disagrees and resurrecting their old boogeyman socialism.
Many of the universities and colleges are out to destroy our philosophy, our culture, our history and remake us into a socialist state. And they will succeed if we, the silent majority, don’t speak up.
What would my town be without a newspaper? If you haven’t asked yourself that question, perhaps it is time to consider just what the newspaper means to this community.
CASA for KIDS of Paris would like to highlight Robyn Whyte for the volunteer advocacy she has performed for the children of Lamar County.
Vote your conscience in November, but let your conscience be guided by Constitutional principle, not party or personality.
Time is running out. Ask a fireman at what stage of a fire would they prefer to fight to put it out. Make no mistake; America is at war within and without.
Charlotte has been an advocate for four years, and during this time she has advocated for 16 children as they made their journey through the foster care system.
We still have a right to our own opinion, and not just that, but the freedom to express said opinion — and while mine may not necessarily agree with yours, agreement really shouldn’t be the goal, should it?
CASA for KIDS is calling for community members to step up and advocate for children and families involved in the child welfare system in our local area.
“The Before Time” has become a standby of coronavirus conversations, in turn drawing on a longstanding device in fictional accounts of life after some apocalyptic event, as portrayed in novels, movies and television shows.
My mom was a champion toilet paper hoarder. It became a family joke, but we all were happy to indulge her. We knew she had lived through the depression and spent some of her earliest years separated from her siblings because the family couldn’t afford to live together; the eight children wer…
Many of the current issues are actually nothing but mole hills in light of the overall picture of our nation’s greatness. We should not make mountains out of a single issue.
Nearly 90,000 Texans served in the Confederate Army. During the Civil War, 618,222 men lost their lives; 40,000 black soldiers lost their lives; and 578,222 white men died to free black people.