As a majority-minority state, Texas gives us a unique picture of what our country faces in the future. How Texans overcome lingering prejudice and de facto segregation in the face of this shifting sense of diversity will be the model for the rest of the country.
The Department of Housing and Urban Development's latest attempt to crack down on public housing rules by proposing a smoking ban will only add to the barriers many people face in finding secure housing.
As Americans, we should either live by the words inscribed on the Statue of Liberty or we should return her to France.
Today marks the first anniversary of President Barack Obama’s immigration actions. For me, the anniversary is personal.
It is indisputable that proper housing and vocations are paramount in successful re-entry outcomes. However, we must be careful how we accomplish this goal.
Dr. Sancar’s achievement exemplifies the catalytic effects and long-term exponential returns that investment in higher education can generate.
In the wake of President Barack Obama’s announcement that his administration would not support the Keystone XL Pipeline, it is constructive to remember that another Washington influence is already impacting pipeline development in Texas.
The deal under consideration by the Texas Public Utility Commission is a potentially dangerous one for consumers for generations to come.
If our governor and others thought the Obama administration had an efficient method of screening out potential terrorists from the refugees coming in, there would not be an outcry to deny them entry — after all, Texas has already admitted some Syrian refugees.