OUR VIEW: It's great to be back doing what we love
OUR VIEW: A clean break is needed, not timid hedging that hopes he’ll go away on his own
OUR VIEW: Democracy shines while Trump and transparency tumble
Monday morning, no doubt most of us were stunned, shocked or amazed when the FBI served a search warranty on the Mar-a-Lago Florida home of former President Donald Trump.
No one should have been surprised when a jury on Thursday ordered far-right radio host and conspiracy guru Alex Jones to pay $4.1 million to the parents of one of the victims of the terrible Sandy Hook school shooting on Dec. 14, 2012, in Newtown, Connecticut.
When conservatives talk about so-called “entitlements,” they act as if it’s charity.
The many fine organizations that serve this area hold a variety of fundraisers throughout the year and this generous community eagerly responds.
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Chronic distraction to learning needs restriction so teachers can teach
America was a dangerous place that July 4, 1776, when delegates to the Second Continental Congress meeting in Philadelphia approved the Declaration of Independence.
It was a relatively quiet evening in The Eagle newsroom Thursday. The last reporters were packing up to leave for the night.
More than 1.3 million men and women — and, yes, some children, at least in biological age — have died in military service to this country during wartime.
In the past few months, complaints have been made, lawsuits have been filed and many people are unhappy over election laws and redistricting maps many say are designed to dilute the opportunity of the people to choose their leaders.
Today, The Eagle concludes its question and answers with the candidates in the three local races on the May 24 Republican primary runoff election.
Due to an editing issue, the questions and answers from the two Republican candidates for Brazos County commissioner for Precinct 2 were not included on Monday’s Opinion page as planned.
What is the Number one priority in your precinct? How would you address it? 150 words
All letters to the editor concerning the party primary runoffs must reach The Eagle by 5 p.m. on Monday, May 16. All approved political letters will run by May 19.
What are the three biggest problems facing Texas in the 2023 legislative session and how would you address them? 250 wordsNarco-Terrorism/Drug TraffickingWe must address the flow of narcotics crossing our southern border, the cartels illegal activities impact nearly every aspect of life in T…
What are the three biggest problems facing Texas in the 2023 legislative session and how would you address them? 250 wordsBorder security will continue to be a problem until the federal government does their job to protect our border and country. Texas must continue to invest in defending ou…