It’s clear that Washington is the wrong place to look for help with our transportation problems. We must take matters into our own hands, and voting for Proposition 1 in November is just the first step.
As an African-American educator in Texas public schools, I’ve been viewed as both a token and a savior. Only when we start to look beyond teaching professionals’ race will we be able to do the same for students.
Our dysfunctional immigration system is overwhelmed and needs to be fixed, but is there not a place for mercy? People who just want a safe place to work and raise their families are not a threat to our nation. They're an asset.
Call me a hypocrite, but I don't support amnesty for all. As an immigrant and owner of a successful restaurant, however, I realize that we all need a helping hand sometimes. Here's how I would change the system.
There’s not a single female Hispanic Republican in the Texas Legislature or representing the state in Congress. That's troubling, but the first step toward fixing the problem is empowering all women.
The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences' "One Health" approach is reimagining human and animal health care in Texas.
Whether you consider the border crisis a humanitarian problem or a policy failure, it's also a striking reminder that Texas is already playing an outsize role in the 2016 GOP presidential race.
Texans can donate to veterans when applying for or renewing driver's licenses.
We can follow our conscience and calmly accept the migrant children on the border in their hour of need. Or we can do what the governor has done: sensationalize a humanitarian crisis and prey on fears.