Bob Ray Sanders is often criticized for writing about things he could not have experienced because, some readers say, "he can't be that old." The truth is Bob Ray has been a professional journalist for 40 years and in three media: newspaper, television and radio. A Fort Worth native who knows and cares about his community, and those with whom he shares this planet, this is a columnist who is not afraid to speak out on behalf of downtrodden people or the abused Earth.
| |Saturday, Apr. 13, 2013
Former House speaker's new book captures his love for language, the country and citizens of the world.
| |Tuesday, Apr. 09, 2013
Despite actions of hardworking and hopeful advocates, the bill probably will die in committee.
| |Saturday, Apr. 06, 2013
Young college students will be the industry's new hope and life-blood.
| |Tuesday, Apr. 02, 2013
GOP members trying to re-brand their image should look back to the days when they were more inclusive.
| |Saturday, Mar. 30, 2013
Punitive surcharges for traffic fines have proven to be a failure on several counts.
| |Tuesday, Mar. 26, 2013
The anniversary of Martin Luther King's death rekindles memory of a favorite gospel tune.
| |Saturday, Mar. 16, 2013
A survivor of war-torn Sudan now living in Fort Worth has a plan to help people in his ravaged country.
| |Tuesday, Mar. 12, 2013
Lawmakers won't do the right thing for education unless they're forced by the public or the courts.
| |Saturday, Mar. 09, 2013
There should be more debate about a policy that gives the president the power to decide who dies.
| |Tuesday, Mar. 05, 2013
Voting rights case brings out the worst in a high court member.