Opinions: Texas Perspectives

Border Wall Would Kill, Change the Environment

April 9, 2018
Border Wall

Erecting a wall would block crucial migration pathways and destroy habitats.

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50 Years after Losing MLK, Moral Courage Still Not Popular

April 6, 2018

Too often, people place economic or political concerns over the immorality of prejudice and bigotry.

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How the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Affected the Arts

April 4, 2018

It was King’s untimely passing 50 years ago that gave, within the arts, a pronounced fillip. 

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Attacks on the “Administrative State” Attack Democracy

April 2, 2018

The problem is the politicians themselves and the moneyed interests that hold them in thrall.

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The Austin Serial Bomber Was Not a “Good” Kid

March 30, 2018
Austin Bombing

 For many, a “white American terrorist” does not seem likely or in line with their belief systems.

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