...Presidential Medal of Freedom. That would be beyond comprehension. But not, alas, beyond the realm of possibility. Linda P. Campbell is a columnist and editorial writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
...But isn't AT&T seeking to distort FOIA to its own advantage? That's surely not in the public interest. ? Linda P. Campbell is a columnist and editorial writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Readers may write to her at 400 W. 7th...
...college, he said. The "Teaching Hope" essays aren't all success stories. But they all tell of lessons learned. Linda P. Campbell is a columnist and editorial writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Looking across the street from a viewing area inside the World Financial Center on a sun-drenched Saturday, it was impossible to comprehend the horror that engulfed lower Manhattan almost 10 years ago. A yellow earthmover maneuvered around the construction area framed by towering cranes where a 105-story office tower is halfway built. A few hard-hatted workers walked near the not-yet-finished gray building with a "9-11 Memorial" sign draped on one side.
Is banning a few students from wearing U.S. flag T-shirts really the best way to maintain order in a public school? Really? That's what officials at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., insist they were doing last year on Cinco de Mayo.
Chief Justice John Roberts is brilliant and quotable. That doesn't necessarily make him right.
Why aren't Republicans in Congress demanding an investigation into the Supreme Court leakers? After all, folks like Rep. Lamar Smith of San Antonio and Sen. John McCain of Arizona insist that leaking has serious ramifications.
...catastrophic medical bills and use research to make treatment safer and more effective, how is that not progress? Linda P. Campbell is a columnist and editorial writer for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. Readers may write to her at lcampbell...
The starkest evidence of how conservative southwest Missouri is didn't come from the Interstate 44 roadside ads for Fantastic Caverns, the constant reminders of how much "MoDot cares" or even the billboard proclaiming "Government control is not the answer. Self-control is the answer."No, it was the banner set on the roadside edge of an open field just east of Lebanon, Mo., with black hand lettering reading "Obama is destroying USA."It wasn't as jarring as it was saddening.
It doesn't take a radical feminist insubordinate to recognize the chutzpah involved in a bunch of power-hungry old guys who live in a dysfunctional but opulent secret enclave in Rome stomping on thousands of American women who truly live the life of the Gospel.Given the Vatican's myopic view of moral leadership - and the Roman Catholic Church hierarchy's sometimes conspicuous failure to exercise it - I find it astounding that officials whose own house is in disarray should be telling U.S. nuns that they're deviating from the holiness rules.
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