“It’s not my Constitution to play around with.”
By Edwin Feulner Heritage Foundation Founder Americans still enjoy freedom of religion. But these days, they’re expected to leave their faith in the pew or at home — not allow it to influence their behavior in the public square.
By Matthew Wells, President Science Teachers Association of Texas Science Department Chair, Cypress Lakes High School I am reminded of the old West Texas adage, “Please, Lord, one more oil boom and this time I promise not to throw it all away.”
By Barbara Coombs Lee and Kim Callinan During a CNN presidential town hall on Feb. 3, an 81-year-old man from Concord, NH, with phase IV colon cancer, Jim Kinhan, asked Hillary Clinton what she could do to “help advance the respectful conversation that is needed around this personal choice that people may make, as we […]
By Dr. Betty J. Edwards President General of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas On April 21, 180 years ago, General Sidney Sherman’s men led the left wing of Sam Houston’s Army into battle against Mexican Dictator Santa Anna’s troops at San Jacinto. These men carried the only banner the Texans had that day […]
By Edwin Feulner Heritage Foundation Founder President Obama opened the annual Easter Egg Roll at the White House this year by saying it was a bittersweet moment: it would be his last time hosting it.
By Tim Brown, Bell County Commissioner, Precinct Two Anti-government, anti-tax sentiment is all the rage these days. It has come to dominate political dialogue and, to an increasing extent, policy.
To the Editor: Claire Hartman, at the BOA meeting 3/3/16, said it’s easy to stand up before the board and criticize.
By Edwin Feulner Founder of Heritage Foundation On the last day of February, the high temperature hit 64 degrees here in Washington. Yet the snow drifts from January’s massive East Coast blizzard were still melting. So what are we to make of the weather and the climate-change controversy? Is it getting warmer or colder? It’s […]
By Ronald White and Molly Rauch Brown, foul-smelling water spewing out of faucets. Children poisoned by lead and other toxic metals. Families with aching joints, brittle bones, and shocking hair loss. These troubling images and more have been flowing out of Flint, Michigan since late last year as the scope and impact of the city’s austerity-driven […]