EDITORIAL: Vote

Two days are left to vote early in the ongoing runoff elections; the general vote is Tuesday, July 14. Everyone who can vote, but...

EDITORIAL: On alert

Some loyal readers have called our offices asking about alerts they have received on their smartphones regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Different people have received...

EDITORIAL: Learning times

People everywhere have shown admirable resilience dealing with the worldwide viral pandemic. They’ll need to show even more as we approach the upcoming school...

EDITORIAL: Unease

We come to the Fourth of July amid times that arguably are the most unstable since the 1960s. Civilians have taken to the streets...

EDITORIAL: Wall war

A federal appeals court has ruled that President Trump can’t take money from the military and divert it to the border wall. We hope...

EDITORIAL: Trading up

It seemed forever in coming, but the U.S-Mexico-Canada Agreement, which replaces the North American Free Trade Agreement, goes into effect Wednesday. We trust that officials...

EDITORIAL: In our hands

The Supreme Court last week ruled against President Trump’s efforts to negate President Obama’s order protecting from deportation foreign nationals who were brought to...

EDITORIAL: Precautions

People can debate forever whether Gov. Greg Abbott’s decision to begin reopening the Texas economy was premature. Abbott began phased-in and partial reopening of many...

EDITORIAL: Staying put

Chances are, stayhome requests brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic don’t change many families’ plans for Father’s Day. And Dad’s probably just fine with that. Traditionally, families...

EDITORIAL: Juneteenth

People all over the United States are celebrating Juneteenth, a date that many consider the nail that closed the coffin on slavery in this...