Licenses required

Wednesday, Jul. 30, 2014

I am a pediatric radiologic technologist (RT) registered with the American Registry of RTs and a licensed Texas medical RT.

Problem with unions

Wednesday, Jul. 30, 2014

As a longtime American Airlines shareholder and frequent flier, it was encouraging to see the headline regarding American’s record-breaking profits. (See: “Strong earnings are forecast for airlines,” July 20)

Granger gets it right

Wednesday, Jul. 30, 2014

U.S. Rep. Kay Granger wisely believes that unaccompanied children entering the U.S. illegally are better off entering legally under the care and protection of their parents and should be returned to them quickly and that their parents are best off entering the U.S. legally, with them.

Companies are responsible

Wednesday, Jul. 30, 2014

The fertilizer companies are blaming the city of West for not being prepared for an explosion.

Change direction

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

I was born during the Great Depression. Milked cows for milk and raised chickens for eggs.

Return to sender

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

I was shocked to notice a phrase added to the envelope for my vehicle registration sticker from Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector Ron Wright.

National defense

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

If the U.S. can’t afford to provide basic medical care, feed the poor, protect our environment, maintain our infrastructure or teach our children anymore, then what exactly is our bloated military budget defending?

Soon it will be too late

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

The inability of our Congress to take any action on the issue of immigration is very frustrating.

All Points: Too late to challenge the ACA in court?

Tuesday, Jul. 29, 2014

Two federal circuit courts have issued contradictory rulings about the Affordable Care Act. One ruled that federal insurance subsidies in the three-dozen states that did not set up their own exchanges are illegal. The other court upheld the federal exchange and its subsidies. The issue will likely be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, but at least a year from now. By then, many Americans will be accustomed to getting subsidy coverage. Has the train left the station on challenging the law, or does this need to be resolved by the court no matter what the outcome?

All Points: Is healthcare law challenge too late?

Monday, Jul. 28, 2014

Two federal circuit courts have issued contradictory rulings about the Affordable Care Act. One ruled that federal insurance subsidies in the three-dozen states that did not set up their own exchanges are illegal. The other court upheld the federal exchange and its subsidies. The issue will likely be decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, but at least a year from now. By then, many Americans will be accustomed to getting subsidy coverage. Has the train left the station on challenging the law, or does this need to be resolved by the court no matter what the outcome?