Opinion
Advice for dealing with today’s health crisis

Advice for dealing with today’s health crisis

For most Americans, today’s lockdowns and social distancing requirements are new. For my family, they’re what we do ev­ery flu season. That’s because our son, Hunter, has a rare con­dition known as spinal muscular atrophy (SMA), and any type of infection can quickly...

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Much remains on table as Legislature begins final week

Much remains on table as Legislature begins final week

As the Texas Legislature entered the final week of its 140-day 86th regular session, Texans continued to wait for lawmakers to wrap up priority issues: the 2020-2021 state budget, property tax reform and school finance reform. Of the more than 7,000 bills Senate and...

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Opinion: Every day should be Earth Day

Opinion: Every day should be Earth Day

Earth Day is April 22, so let’s talk trash for a moment. The plastic kind. Bags, bottles, cutlery, straws, containers, razors, cosmetics, and so much more. Around the world, in our effort to package everything imaginable over the years, we are slowly clogging up the...

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Opinion: The boss is no longer the old man

Opinion: The boss is no longer the old man

The boss is not the old man anymore. Young so-called “digital leaders” are taking over as top dog in many companies these days, using their knowledge of technology to trump the wisdom of seniority, reports the Association of Mature American Citizens [AMAC].  But,...

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