Ross Ramsey: Poll offers some takeaways for Texans
After four days, seven stories, piles of graphics and one podcast about the latest University of Texas/Texas Tribune Poll, a handful of things stuck out.
Linda Chavez: America must stop Kim Jong Un
Leonard Pitts: You can’t take low road to the high place
Letters to the editor, June 26
The Athlon sports magazine in the DRC notes that the University of Texas has hired a football coach for $28. 75 million and that each player has a $10,500 stainless steel locker with a 43-inch monitor.
Letters to the editors, June 25
I was extremely pleased when the House of Representatives passed the American Health Care Act, legislation that would repeal many of Obamacare's most burdensome taxes and provide small-business owners relief.
Clarence Page: Conspiracy theories fail to salvage Cosby’s legacy
Sometimes the greatness of a man is measured by the outlandishness of the conspiracy theories that pop up to explain his sudden downfall.
Letters to the editor, June 24
Congressman Burgess has spent hours showing us the rules and results and working to ensure we have a good 26th District.
Term limits answer to politics as usual
We don't know anyone who considers politics an esteemed profession. In public opinion polls, elected officials inhabit the bottom of the barrel along with news reporters who chronicle their activities.
Police-teen interaction training good idea
The Texas Legislature covered a lot of ground during its 140-day session last spring. We saw new laws on sanctuary cities, firearms, abortion, property taxes and stormy debates about public bathrooms and imposing limits on city government ordinances.