The right kind of body armor, an occasional quirk of physics or sometimes just plain old luck all will stop a bullet, but not a man’s reputation. The brother of
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Shakespeare famously wrote of the “sceptered isle” of Britain acting as a moat “against the envy of less happier lands.” Lately, the less happier lands are winning in a rout.
AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton applauded a Dec. 14 Fort Worth federal district court decision declaring unconstitutional the U.S. Affordable Care Act, widely known as “Obamacare.” Ten months
A career diplomat told President Andrew Jackson on Dec. 17, 1829 the inside story of how the Sabine River became the dividing line between Louisiana and Spanish territory - a
My last two columns were about how people’s homes reflect personal style. None of these thoughts about home decorating were inspired by DIY, Chip, Joanne, Magnolia or The Silos, or