Texas is America’s growth leader in population, which is great. But will migration from California, New York and Chicago lead to changes in regulation and taxation that has made the Lone Star state desirable?
Mister Rogers’ mystical, celestial, unconditional love cloaked millions of children, but also offers redemption to adults in crisis and pain. Former Fort Worth Star-Telegram writer and author Tim Madigan knows.
Fort Worth’s TEXRail train to DFW has been packed with passengers exploring Tarrant’s new light rail. With stops in Grapevine and North Richland Hills, the region’s workers and businesses are more connected.
Marc A. Thiessen wrote, “Trump won the night. Schumer and Pelosi lost,” after the president’s Jan. 8 Oval Office address. How gratifying that was to read, but it actually is not new, because Trump always wins.
Fort Worth ISD school board trustee Ashley Paz may have been too vocal, but her colleagues went nuclear with lawyers and a public censure. A vendetta for her support of a stronger ethics policy for the board?
We need immigration reform, but until we provide much better barriers the border crisis will continue to let in drugs, human traffickers, criminals, false asylum seekers and other people who break our laws.
Of the meat and potato issues of education, health care and public safety, the Texas Legislature needs to remember to include public safety in Capitol discussions in Austin, as families do at a dinner table.
What did Jesus do when he experienced people different from himself? Jesus cured the Gentiles, ate with sinners, conversed with women and praised Samaritans. In other woods, he treated people with the dignity.
Former Texas Republican Party state committeewoman and Trump co-chair Sara Legvold wore a niqab to mock Muslims, but precinct chairs voted overwhelmingly to keep county party vice chair Shahid Shafi of Southlake..
The Texas Legislature will attempt a delicate trick this biennium: putting a lid on property taxes and boosting school funding while balancing the state budget. It’d be a hat trick worthy of the Dallas Stars.
Tarrant County Republicans retained Muslim Shahid Shafi in a dramatic secret vote Thursday, inspiring his patriotic civics lesson and undoubtedly saving Shafi and the local GOP further injury, if not civil war.