Job number one for Congress, as I noted in a recent column, is repealing Obamacare. But cutting taxes is a close second. Of course, the whole system needs an overhaul. We want to unleash economic growth and prosperity. Tax cuts are a crucial first step toward that, but we need full reform to get us […]
The first thing to know about the instantly infamous “anti-diversity screed” written by a Google software engineer is that it isn’t anti-diversity or a screed.
The Art Fair Saturday brought together Service Organization and Volunteers.
Consider this a requiem for a Grand Dame. Or perhaps it will be a clarion call. Passing through the 25 booths for 20 artists that comprised this year’s 51st Annual Salado Art Fair was awkward, embarrassing and painful on many levels. It is doubtful that more than 1,000 people passed through the gates of the […]
The following editorial originally appeared in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times newspaper. With the simple act of signing his name, Gov. Greg Abbott completed a trifecta of failure by all branches of state government to defend the people’s right to know.
With the left feverishly attempting to squash unwelcome speech on college campuses, with the president of the United States musing about tightening libel laws, with prominent liberals asserting that so-called hate speech is not protected by the First Amendment, free speech in America at least has one reliable friend — the Supreme Court of the […]
By Edwin Feulner President, Heritage Foundation Almost any time you see the phrase “the American Dream” these days, it seems to be in a negative context. The speaker is either assuring us that it’s dead, or that it can be salvaged only by a radical redefinition — one that often contradicts the basic principles this […]
To the Editor: In response to last week’s letter from Diane Wallin…. Thank you Diane, I too ask questions. I loved that you wrote to the Salado Village Voice and ask questions. You may have noticed that I ask a lot of questions too.
To the Editor: “Art Attack” weekend culminated in a storytelling event at Tablerock on Saturday night, and what a windup it was!
To the Editor: After nearly two years of delays, the Salado city limit signs are finally up. The south approach sign is nearing completion, and with some minor tweaks will be ready to tum on.