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Jim Hightower

Let’s talk pills. To treat everything from allergies to heart problems, half of Americans take a prescription medicine every day, and nearly all of […]

Dateline

While I waited for the safety instructor, my eyes wandered to a laminated photograph on the wall. Among motivational posters of sunset kayakers and […]

Review

Adam Braver’s novel about that day in Dallas, published in November 2008, 45 years after the assassination, apparently arrived too late for Texas media […]

Review

If American citizens had been forced to rely solely upon federal regulators to protect themselves from asbestos exposure, we might still find ourselves routinely […]

Back of the Book

East Texas scares the hell out of me. I’ve got a picture of myself at maybe 8 with my dad and his dad and […]

Bad Bills

ROUND ‘EM UP House Bills 254 & 261 Rep. Leo Berman, R-Tyler On Feb. 18, Texas Employers for Immigration Reform held a debate between […]

Bad Bills

ROUND ‘EM UP House Bills 254 & 261 Rep. Leo Berman, R-Tyler On Feb. 18, Texas Employers for Immigration Reform held a debate between […]

Send Us Your Waste

Rod Baltzer, president of Waste Control Specialists LLC, calls the licensing of the company’s radioactive waste dump in Andrews County a “tremendous accomplishment.” True […]

Waste Texas

Why Andrews County is so eager to get dumped on.

Revolving-Door Democrats

In 2006, public relations giant Fleishman-Hillard Inc. announced that it was merging a recently acquired firm-Mercury Public Affairs-into Fleishman’s lobby division under former Texas […]