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Big tech outlets Twitter and Facebook are presently “actively interfering in this election in a way that has no precedent in the history of our ... Read more
The words “wash and wear” exploded in the 1950s, thanks to the introduction of treated cotton and synthetics that meant clothing could be worn straight from ... Read more
Apparently using the headline “West Orange closed for businesses” was a Democratic ploy according to a phone call from a West Orange City Council member. ... Read more
Dear Editor: Section 61.010 of the Texas Election Code entitled “Wearing Name Tag or Badge in a Polling Place” reads as follows: “… a person ... Read more
Mike Wilson, editor of the Dallas Morning News since 2015, has resigned the position, and the almost six-year tenure probably has seemed much longer. He was charged ... Read more
Tucked in a small corner of the front page of the October 21, 1934 edition of The Orange Leader was a short article titles All ... Read more
I love history. To me the story of humanity from our ancient origins over 100 thousand years ago, to our very first communities some 12 ... Read more
AUSTIN — The sound of baseball and the smell of barbecue fills a North Austin neighborhood. It’s the start of a new summer and 14-year-old Alexei Bauereis ... Read more
It’s been seven months since COVID-19 fundamentally changed Texans’ lives. Seven long months – and longer for some. But what was true in March is ... Read more
Reopening public places amid the COVID-19 pandemic should certainly be carried out with caution. Government offices are no exception. Yet citizens must have the ability ... Read more