NOW HEAR THIS: Honoring those who served
Tomorrow we again set aside a day to honor those men and women who have served in the military.
NOTES FROM THE JOURNEY: Taking a look in the mirror
Part of our attraction to Jesus is that he is a master storyteller. When asked a question, he would often respond with a story that invited the questioners to search themselves for the answer to their query. He encouraged his listeners to find themselves in the story.
TISCIONE: What you don’t know can hurt you
What you don’t know can hurt you. There are times when ignorance will lead you to ruin.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Food benefit cuts ‘immoral’
I believe cuts to recent Snap food benefits for the needy is immoral, and reflects not only the effects of the sequestration, but a real problem with Republican leadership in the state Legislature.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Obamacare must end
The Patient Affordable Care and Protection Act is destroying our health-care system. Policy costs and deductibles are rising for most Americans who have had health insurance in the past. The one-size-fits-all new policies are not what Americans want or need.
OPINION: When does human life begin?
Abortion is one of the most divisive and controversial issues of our day. People generally have strong views about abortion. It is not a social issue of mere preference, but an issue about life and death.
GUEST OPINION: Lack of adult education confuses children
Are we putting our children in danger? As a mother, it is my duty to love and raise my children to be strong, independent and productive members of society. But in doing so, it is necessary to educate them in the dangers that the world can present – be good little boys and girls, but be wary.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Safe Halloween event kudos
This year our business, All Star Clips, participated in the Weatherford College Police Department’s Safe Halloween for the first time.
NOW HEAR THIS: Going hog wild and crazy
I suppose it’s human nature for each person to feel that his or her personal needs are greatest and most important. Not a day goes by that I do not see on television newscasts or read in the paper about individuals or groups demanding that their personal agendas receive immediate attention by government officials or agencies. Without doubt many such needs are worthy of public attention, but I personally feel that perhaps these folks should work a little harder at solving their own problems.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Cornerstone principles and our Texas public schools
The enterprise of public education is huge in Texas. Consider the numbers – 5 million children inside 8,000 school campuses under the leadership of 1,026 independent school districts.
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