LETTERS: Revolutionary giant forgotten; People tend to categorize

Revolutionary giant forgotten American history has long forgotten Pedro (Peter) Francisco, the Virginia giant and the giant of the American Revolution. Left on the ocean docks...

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...

LETTERS: Opponents are bitter; Saw wielder draws support; Recent letter draws praise; Join campaign...

Opponents are bitter The anti-Trump disgruntled, elitist, old political relics used their time in history immersed in the Washington swamp accomplishing zero for America. Their time...

COMMENTARY: Lessons from suing police

During my 45-year career as a civil rights attorney, I sued hundreds of police, sheriff deputies and other officers around Texas, as well as...

LETTERS: Letter answered; Lawlessness was allowed; Defy thugs, hoodlums; Interview Vietnam vets; Make people...

Letter answered In response to the letter from Mr. Jose Coronado (June 8): He claims that Mr. Trump was elected by the people. Well, he...

COMMENTARY: Dreamers still need action

The Supreme Court has issued a ruling that gives us a second chance by arguing in favor of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals...

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...

COVID Confessions: Why I won’t be called COVID Matt

We haven’t printed one of these in some time, and I’m afraid we deluded ourselves into thinking that we didn’t have to. That they were a thing of the past. That we’d confessed the last thing worth confessing. But our headlines tell a different story, and once again are blaring dire news about the coronavirus and about the pandemic and about, in general, the sky falling down. Despite accusations that we profit off that sort of thing, I much prefer writing about tortoises and accordionists and the brighter side of life. Things change, though, when the pandemic is at your doorstep. Read the full story at themonitor.com

LETTERS: Spend time with police; Officials attacked; Protests for justice

Spend time with police To say that I was sickened by the horrible actions of the Minneapolis police officers that led to the death of...

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...