Readers offer their insights and experiences.
It’s easy to forget that great things take time.
To experience the joy of Christmas, we must look ahead to the empty tomb.
The president has a message as you prepare for the “winter of illness and death.”
The most ensnaring shackle isn’t necessarily a physical one placed on wrists and ankles, but the choice some make to perceive the world as a slave.
GOP priority bill expands the governor’s emergency powers and guarantees the disastrous policies of the past year will be the policies of the future.
Tyrants nibble away at small bits of our liberty in the name of preserving our safety until all that remains is our subservience.
The Eighth Commandment is very straightforward; do not take someone else’s private property.
Increasing regulations on the market in response to the blackouts is not the answer.
Each of us as Texans must recommit ourselves to the principles of liberty, and fight for them with the tenacity of our founding fathers.
This session is the time for action. Texans can’t afford the losing mentality of the last several legislative sessions.
As beneficiaries of the Alamo defenders’ sacrifice, we must answer the call to the fight for liberty.
While the left defends unreliable energy sources, the numbers don’t lie.
If any single platform can be fingered as the favorite of the rioters, it appears to be Facebook. Yet Facebook remains unmolested by app stores and untargeted by opportunistic politicians.
As usual, the narrative of the mainstream media does not quite fit the facts.
We are already seeing movement from major and not-so-major potential candidates on the budding presidential campaign front.
Community members are teaming up to say “No” to wind subsidies.
It seems Texans just don’t want to pay for the leftist garbage produced by the once formidable Morning News.
The truth is that the ACA is broken and has been from the start.
Posturing for the 2020 elections is well underway.
Socialism, like cannibalism, only “works” so long as there is a steady supply of outsiders upon which to prey.
On December 14, a federal judge in Texas determined that Obamacare was unconstitutional and declared the entire law constitutionally invalid.
Creating an unelected and powerless citizen review board merely passes the buck.
Young Conservatives of Texas are doing what universities won’t — bringing debate to college campuses.
All too often, decisions that impact Plano citizens are made in closed sessions, away from public scrutiny.