MINTY MEETS HER MASSA is a satire on the sanitization of American history in textbooks. PLEASE WATCH UNTIL THE END TO FULLY UNDERSTAND THE MESSAGE. ...
The politics of exclusion diminishes the diversity that's at the heart of Texas. We are a diverse state with a large evangelical Christian population, as well as a sizable Muslim one. And they are all Texans. And they deserve more spacious politics.
As the world mourns the victims of the terrorist attacks that took place last Friday in Paris, plans for the upcoming United Nations COP21 climate tal...
Storm surges and flooding in Orleans and parishes nearby this fall can be at least partly blamed on El Nino. This year's weather event is believed to be the most intense of its kind since 1997 or earlier, creating hazards for Louisiana's coastline.
If Anthony Kennedy is ready to reconsider his support for burdens on women, he could not do better than to abandon O'Connor's standard. Women are citizens: does the law, directed only to women, make their lives better? If not, strike it down.
This Wednesday, Raphael Holiday will be executed minutes after 6 p.m. at the Walls Unit in Huntsville, Texas. Unlike many of those I've encountered o...
People love tax cuts. They see them on the ballot and they will gleefully vote for them, often without thinking twice about their consequences. Rece...
Our nation has a vital stake in the well-being of its children. But all these efforts to subvert the democratic process continue and we must fight to stop them in every form.
With four of the justices in their 80s during the term of the president elected next year, these cases once again demonstrate the crucial stakes in the 2016 election for reproductive rights, as well as for so many other rights central to our liberty and freedom.
Wouldn't it be better if state political leaders, who have so much to gain and such an achievable path forward, put their efforts in to creating that future rather than clinging to the past? Forward-looking leaders do, because stereotypes aside, it ultimately comes down to good economics.
Arne Quinze is from Belgium, the flat country, the land of subdued colors and pastel views. Quinze is nothing like that. He is all red and blue, vibrant primary colors and striking shapes. His sculptures are monumental, in size and in the space they require to really be grasped.
I know that you believe that this ordinance was more about your religious freedoms than it was about human rights or equality. But I also want you to know that much of what you have been told is patently false.
Having just about 12 hours to spare between two connecting flights, we decided to visit the hip town of Austin. Consecrated as the music capital of the country I must say that during the day, not much music was heard in the streets, besides from a couple of bars on 6th street.
After nearly 6 years of fighting, my life has changed again with just one order.
I'm running for Aldine School Board because I'm an activist, and I will stand up when the system is wrong, but life would be better if we can inspire the system to stay on course. We must not accept a system that takes the joy out of learning and teaching.
Officials estimate that the new designation will invigorate tourism to the missions--to the tune of a hundred million dollars and tons of new jobs in the local tourism industry. Want to beat the rush? Here's what you need to know about America's newest World Heritage Site.