Leonard Pitts: Gun group fights for ‘the white to bear arms’
One of them, Tamika Mallory, an organizer of January's Women's March, posted an open letter to NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, calling the ad "irresponsible and dangerous" and "a direct attack on people of color [and] progressives".
Mark Davis: GOP not conservative enough to deliver votes
Froma Harrop: Great comfort to know we have each other
Let’s hope McCain wins latest fight
We were extremely sad to hear the news that U.S. Sen. John McCain is suffering from a malignant brain tumor. It's called a glioblastoma and is among the most aggressive forms of cancer.
Letters to the editor, July 21
One can't help wondering if included in the total elderly killed or injured in automobile accidents was the Texas Hill Country accident killing 13 elderly people by a 20-year-old driver who was intoxicated and admitted to texting.
Kathleen Parker: Time to craft workable health care
Today, we have a health care system in pitiful disrepair, as insurance companies opt out of exchanges, premiums continue to climb, and healthy, young people forgo insurance premiums that would have subsidized coverage for unhealthy Americans and the less fortunate.
Robert Gammon: County Libertarian Party offers another way
Lastly, we believe Denton County government should have absolutely no involvement or enforcement in support of regulation of any matter that concerns personal relationships and a citizen's decision regarding his or her own body.
Laurence Kotlikoff: Social Security faces dire situation in future
Sick and tired of worrying about health "reform?" Let me divert your attention with another "yuge" problem -- Social Security.
Bogus special session could harm Texas
Patrick saw the train coming down the track during the regular session and deep-sixed a bill to reauthorize funding for the Texas Medical Board and other state agencies.