Clarence Page: Oprah too good to run for president
Do we really need another politically inexperienced billionaire in the White House? Even if it's Oprah?
Letters to the editor, January 17
David Von Drehle: People from places like Haiti make America great
Michael Burgess: Team effort to make difference fighting flu
By this time of the winter season, many of us in North Texas have been impacted by the influenza virus, facing it either ourselves or with someone we love. As a physician who spent almost three decades practicing medicine in North Texas, and more recently as congressman for the 26th District, I have witnessed the flu's impact on our region throughout the years.
Jennifer Rubin: GOP gets more reasons to be scared about midterms
The party of President Donald Trump is taking a beating in the polls. The latest Quinnipiac poll finds that 52 percent of those surveyed favor a Democratic majority in the House, and only 35 percent a GOP majority. Among independents, only 30 percent favor a Republican majority.
Leonard Pitts: Civil rights leader’s words still ring true
A few words on the difficulty of voting while black.
Jonah Goldberg: Don’t be quick to write off what Beltway insiders say
"Fishermen, sharpen your hooks, bring out the cheese balls and grease your bicycles. Soon there's going to be trout fishing inside the Beltway."
Local churches break silence around racism
A history of racial segregation has hobbled large and small communities across the nation, including Denton. It's impossible for blacks and whites to get to know each other when they rarely come into contact with one another in social settings. Some critics have called Sunday services the most segregated hour in the American week.
Dr. King’s wisdom continues to inspire
We see no reason to wax eloquent about Martin Luther King Jr. and recite the many reasons the United States celebrates his birth as a national holiday.