The next Texas Legislative Session kicks off on Jan. 8, and one topic bound to come up is redistricting – redrawing the lines of our voting districts for fair representation.

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People are lampooning Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s selective exploitation of Scripture to support the Democrats’ advocacy of open borders. The incoming congresswoman tweeted: “Joy to the World! Merry Christmas everyone -- here’s

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The religion, the faith, the beliefspecies owing its origin to the Babe of Bethlehem has experienced pangs and pains aplenty in the expiring year. Not necessarily in order: the mounting

Property taxes are crushing small businesses, middle-class families and elderly Texans. In 2016, property taxes levied statewide grew to $56.1 billion. That’s a burden so large that the taxman effectively

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As Cole Porter slyly reminds us: “In olden days a glimpse of stocking / Was looked on as something shocking / Now heaven knows / Anything goes ....” Well, you

No room in the inn for Christ “Unto you is born this day…a Savior which is Christ the Lord.” The “babe” born was the Son of God who took upon

Concerning the recently published photo of the 50th reunion of the LHS Class of ’68 [Tuesday, Dec. 18 edition], the contributor would like to apologetically acknowledge the following omissions: photo