Opinions

I TOLD MY HUSBAND, Peter, that our marriage was like stew—and that’s a good thing. This is a second marriage for both Peter and me. We were both married for
NEARLY A CENTURY AGO, the gray wolves were eliminated from Yellowstone National Park—the result of the federal government’s early failure to provide for their protection from the human predators that
Report details progress in school safety AUSTIN—The Texas School Safety Update, a report highlighting progress made to keep students and teachers safe at school, was released by Gov. Greg Abbott
WHAT IS IN THE MEANING of a poem? That question has perhaps never had more import than it does now, as we struggle to grasp both the genesis and meaning
NOBODY’S GOING TO BELIEVE Michael Quinn Sullivan or Dennis Bonnen or Dustin Burrows until they hear the recording of what was supposed to be a private meeting in June. But
New Texas Safety Commission meets for first time AUSTIN—Gov. Greg Abbott on Aug. 22 hosted the first meeting of the Texas Safety Commission, pulling together a group of lawmakers, educators,
Highway rescue THIS PAST SUNDAY EVENING, I passed through Canadian, and about 8 miles south had a sudden blow-out on my vehicle. I have traveled Highway 83 frequently the past
TALK ABOUT A MOOD SWING. At the end of May, the governor, lieutenant governor and speaker were figuratively holding hands, reveling in the success of their plan to focus the
The Texas Press Association has joined other state associations in 28 states to encourage members to support the “Think First” public-awareness campaign about the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
MANY VOICES are being heard today, each with an opinion of how to solve the murderous shootings problem in society today. I realize my opinion is at the bottom of