Texas Democrats, not having won since Jimmy Carter, are a little afraid to dream.
Molly Ivins’ official editorial run at the Texas Observer lasted six years, from 1970 through 1976; unofficially, it lasted a little longer—her syndicated columns appeared in these pages and she remained a stalwart advocate of the magazine until her death in 2007. Her irreverence and irrepressibility continue to help define the Observer today.
Articles by Molly Ivins
Professional wrestling (and isn’t that a great oxymoron?) is our goal and role model.
“One theory of government is that it only reacts to a crisis; trouble comes when we cannot even agree on what a crisis is,” Ivins wrote in a 1995 column about Congress’ lukewarm response to the threat of global warming.
Politicians have been debating and dancing around universal health care for 25 years.
With President Trump set to nominate another conservative justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, abortion-rights activists worry about the future of Roe v. Wade. Molly Ivins wrote this piece in the aftermath of the 1973 landmark ruling establishing a woman's right to abortion.
Molly Ivins' appreciation of the Bill of Rights.
10 years difference, and Ann Richards could've been president
Virtues That Ain't Worth Jack
WWTD: What Would Tom Do?