Letters to the editor, October 21
So-called "chain migration" will be a major player in the overpopulation problem because it allows an immigrant's family members to be legal residents, allowing them to collect welfare and government assistance.
Leonard Pitts: Sometimes making people uncomfortable is the point
Letters to the editor, October 20
Steve Chapman: President declares war on the Constitution
Donald Trump is to conservatism as SpaghettiOs are to Italian food: a distant, crude and almost unrecognizable cousin. But last year, many conservatives who had trouble rationalizing a vote for Donald Trump settled on one decisive reason. Justices appointed by President Hillary Clinton, they said, could not be trusted to faithfully follow the Constitution.
Voertman’s legacy to live on at UNT
Paul R. Voertman was a generous man throughout his life. He was the former owner of the iconic Voertman's Bookstore across from the University of North Texas campus on West Hickory Street.
Marc Thiessen: Republicans cop-out on bump-stock remedy
Congressional Republicans are backing away from legislation banning "bump stocks" and are turning to the ATF to ban them by executive action instead.
Clarence Page: Three offer messages for man who wasn't there
It was a day for three extraordinary speeches by three extraordinary men, each with an important message for another man who was not in the room.
Juneteenth monument an idea for Square
Denton is not the only county seat in Texas that is grappling with what to do with a 100-year-old Confederate memorial statue on its courthouse grounds.
Wilson’s sentence serves justice
A lot of animal lovers in Denton will be disappointed that Woodie Lee Wilson is not going to prison, but we believe the plea bargain he negotiated with the district attorney's office serves the interest of justice.