We must act swiftly and responsibly to address our long-term transportation challenges. The passage of a proposed constitutional amendment will be a common-sense, fiscally conservative step in that direction.
Texas leads nearly every other state in high school graduation rates. The only thing that stands between us and congratulations is one little thing: Many people don't believe it. Here's why they're wrong.
Texas’ job-luring incentive program is good for Texas and its citizens. Let’s look closely at the facts before we throw the baby out with the bathwater.
In today’s polarized society, it’s often hard to find areas of consensus. But thanks to the city of Houston's outlandish subpoenas of pastors' sermons, we’ve found something that we can all agree on.
Our first obligation must be to protect U.S. citizens. That’s why airport screenings aren’t enough.
A third of all Texans say they're anxious about their financial futures. That's troubling, especially for women. But there's help out there.
We're committed to limiting the size and reach of government. That's why we'd oppose a vote early next year to bust the state's spending cap.
The assessment system used to assess language proficiency in Texas schools has many strong points, but there's room for improvement.
Now that both gubernatorial candidates have pulled out the wheelchairs, let's get past the imagery and discuss real disability issues in Texas.