Let's be clear: There is nothing conscientious about rejecting vaccines for non-medical reasons.
We can and should continue to mourn for the slain police officers and their families, while at the same time recognizing our own complicity as a nation and a city in what led to this despicable act through our passive acceptance of racial disparities.
Will the United States, Mexico and Canada turn inward and limit their economic progress, or will they seize the opportunity to enable greater growth?
The best way to achieve an adequate, suitable, and efficient education is to move students from a waiting list to a classroom.
It was quite a sight: Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick admonishing President Obama at a town hall meeting on race, telling him, “Words matter — your words matter.” This from a state leader that has used words as hammers, to kick the wounded and politicize grief.
Texans deserve to have the right medicines at the right time, based on their doctors’ recommendations, and they should be able to access those medicines regardless of the neighborhood they live in or what plan covers them.
In an attempt to score political points and make Republicans look ineffective, Democrats in Congress have decided to gamble with the health of our country by filibustering a bill that could have helped stop the spread of the Zika virus.
Health care spending in the United States has reached a new all-time high. During this critical time, it's important to learn where health care dollars are going and how to save on expensive medical costs.
I hope each teacher and parent recognizes the responsibility to cultivate our future generation of leaders and citizens and that they are not afraid to step away from testing to talk about the social and political issues that impact our society.