Sunday’s letter to the editor about Planned Parenthood and tax-payer-funded abortion services is misleading in its implication that Planned Parenthood receives a large amount of tax-payer funds for
On Sunday, Nov.
Charles Dickens wrote this about the French Revolution: “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age
Editor, What Veterans Day means to me, well it means to me to honor our veterans. They have showed us bravery, courage, justice and loyalty. Where would we be
Dear fellow Texans: From August through November of 1918, Texans were fully engaged in the Great War. Nearly 200,000 were in uniform, many of them fighting in France. Over 5,100
Editor, I have read recently that Planned Parenthood receives from people’s taxes around a half billion dollars annually. I also read that they perform around 900 abortions daily. Now there
This summer on a swing through Boston, I took the Fenway Park tour. Along the way, our guide pointed out the retired Red Sox numbers hanging over the grandstands: No. 1 Bobby Doerr, No.
I read the news today, oh boy. And by “read” I mean skimmed. And by “news” I mean aggregates. And by “today” I mean round-the-clock.
“What have you done for us lately?”
Shortly after the arrest of the DNAlinked domestic bomber — turns out, big shock, that he’s a “Make America Great Again” fan who took Trump’s incendiary words as permission to
Ending birthright citizenship, better known as dropping the anchor baby, is the most significant illegal immigration reform the President Trump has announced. With a single executive order, he unplugs a
Fairness, accountability and transparency matter Editor, It is my understanding that is there is only one candidate for San Marcos City Council who did not file his financial reports in a
Autumn in East Texas is usually ushered in by a yearly “cold snap,” meaning we have a few days in late September or early October when the daytime temperature drops below 90 and we don’t have to ha
My son Gideon will not be trick-or-treating this year.
Saturday morning is normally my favorite morning of the week.
Usually, I sit in a festive coffee shop near downtown Pittsburgh, working on a novel, a love story, I’m eager to complete.
Mayor Thomaides, City Council and the zoning board, I am writing in reference to the Lindsey Hill Project. There have been many misconceptions and wild tales concerning this project. One
Editor, Janelie Rodriguez, a former DACA recipient, will celebrate her 27th birthday behind bars, hours away from her family in South Texas Detention Center in Pearsall, Texas. Janelie, a Buda
Dear Editor, I was appalled to read the accounts of financial backing for some of the candidates running for city council seats. They will pledge their allegiance to the developers
The following article is the last of a five-week series focusing on raising awareness about domestic violence. October is Domestic Violence Awareness month and we hope to educate our community