Opinions: Texas Perspectives

Role of the “Citizen Journalist” Is Changing

Oct. 19, 2016

Anytime you decide what to share, you’re doing the work of a news editor. Anytime you post news you witness, you’re working as a reporter.

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The TEA Can Do to Help Districts Serve Special Needs Kids

Oct. 17, 2016

This comes down to money and data, with the welfare of Texas school kids on the line.

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Tax Expenditures An Example of What's Wrong With Tax Code

Oct. 14, 2016

 If we want to reward our heroes, we should do so directly rather than by tax benefits — a technique that is neither transparent nor equitable.

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History Shows Us That We Must Proceed With Caution on How We

Oct. 12, 2016
Dad & Baby

Some argue that human survival depends on selecting the best children. But there are hard questions that need to be answered before we set off down this path.

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Texas Needs a President With Forward-Looking Energy Policies

Oct. 10, 2016

As flawed as they are, Clinton's policies show greater respect for free-market principles and the future of natural gas. Trump, in contrast, wants to push the country back with policies protecting coal.

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