Mark Davis: Offering prayers opposite of doing nothing
In the wake of another mass shooting, the sides are assuming their familiar postures on cue. Conservatives are circling the wagons to guard their Second Amendment rights; liberals are calling for legislative remedies.
Letters to the editor, November 13
SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) being a popular relief effort for hunger, is a program that provides funds to families in need to purchase an adequate amount of food.
Jonah Goldberg: GOP cannot afford to chase away its own
Politics is about addition, not subtraction. I don't know who first said it (the internet offers many possibilities), but it's an iron law of politics, not just democracy. You gain power by adding forces to your coalition, and you lose power by subtracting forces from your coalition.
Letters to the editor, November 11
Now, for leftists -- not true liberals or ordinary Democratic voters -- abortion is a wonderful thing, and anyone not supporting unlimited abortion is a vile hater of women. Once, then-Sen.
Don’t rush to regulate social media
It's clear that the government of Russia used the openness of social media giants Facebook and Twitter, as well as search engine behemoth Google, to engage in shenanigans that it hoped might influence the results of the 2016 presidential election.
Texas Enterprise Fund draws fire again
Last year, Gov. Greg Abbott announced a $9.75 million grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund to entice a pharmaceutical distributor to expand in Las Colinas. Now, Texas and 40 other states are investigating whether that distributor, McKesson Corp., had a role in the nation's growing opioid crisis.