Topic: Candidates

Ann Richards Caught History Coming and Going

Sept. 13, 2016
Ann Richards

Today marks a decade since former Texas Gov. Ann Richards’ death, and it’s apparent that her politics foreshadowed somedefining characteristics of the current political movement.

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Both Presidential Candidates’ Reform Plans Lack Specificity

Aug. 19, 2016
Seniors

Unfortunately for America’s seniors, Social Security and Medicare/Medicaid reform have so far received little attention. That needs to change.

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Republicans Have a Moral Obligation to Oppose Trump

July 20, 2016
Republican VS Democrat

The Republican National Convention will be a fateful test of whether we have learned anything from the history of the previous century.

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Religious Ideologies Should Not Be Used as a Campaign Tool

July 19, 2016
Cross

The battles over the dominant religious ideology are being waged within and across faith traditions.
 

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The Problem With a One-Party State Government in Texas

July 15, 2016
State Capitol

No matter your political preferences, the reality in our one-party state government is that we’re not debating serious differences.

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