All Points: What should the U.S. do to fight climate change?

Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

President Barack Obama recently said at the U.N. Climate Summit that “no nation is immune to climate change.” He detailed an ambitious clean energy agenda and highlighted carbon emission reductions the U.S. has made to combat the problem. But not all of the world's major economies have similar goals or plans. What can the U.S. realistically do to mitigate any potential damage caused by climate change? How much should the U.S. do, given the possible impact on the nation’s economy and the failure of other countries to act similarly?

A need for open carry

Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

I’ve been watching the news on TV and seeing police responses in different cities, with the police departments showing up in armored vehicles, multiple police cars and officers dressed in their ninja outfits, carrying military-style weapons.

Too friendly?

Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

A recent headline touted that 3 in 10 of those polled think the president is “unfriendly” to religion.

Yes to raw milk

Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

I grew up on a farm in Oklahoma and I know the value of whole fresh raw milk in our diet for promoting good health.

Ask the mayor

Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

If I were in charge of Tarrant County 911 and the mayor of Fort Worth walked in my office and told me it would be a good idea to add text capability to the county's system, I would probably start looking for a way to get that done.

Run, Wendy, run

Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

War in any format is futile, a waste of mankind.

Life isn’t so hard

Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

State Sen. Wendy Davis made a point of letting everyone know that she actually had to get her two children up, dressed and fed before she trotted off to Harvard for her classes.

No more war

Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

Having urged President Bush not to invade Iraq in a March 2003 letter to the editor, I now urge President Obama not to order further airstrikes or “boots on the ground” in Syria.

A model for Texas

Saturday, Sep. 27, 2014

Chris Putnam’s letter of September 19 misstates actions taken in 2009 by Colleyville regarding the proposed local-option transportation tax.

Like Soviet Russia

Friday, Sep. 26, 2014

Did letter writer Patrick Jenkins seriously propose cutting off the water to Arlington citizens who don’t pay their red-light camera fines? (”Too much reporting,” Sept. 23)