Editorials

Latinx? Not in Texas. We are Hispanics and Latinos.

Latinx? Not in Texas. We are Hispanics and Latinos.

April 28, 2022

A survey of Texas Hispanics and Latinos shows that few embrace the new term.

The imminent end of the Bush political dynasty

The imminent end of the Bush political dynasty

April 6, 2022

The Bush name was once synonymous with Texas Republican politics. From George H.W. Bush’s eight years as vice president (1981-89) and four years as president (1989-93) to George W. Bush’s six years as governor of Texas (1994-2000) and eight years as president (2001-2009), no family comes close to matching the Bush family’s gravitas and influence within Texas Republican politics during this period.

Hispanic support for Republicans’ hardline immigration policies may keep Texas red

Hispanic support for Republicans’ hardline immigration policies may keep Texas red

November 24, 2021

Democratic hopes for turning Texas blue hinge heavily on winning the vote of a large majority of the state’s growing Hispanic population.

Texas must wake up to the fact that Hispanics will soon become the majority

Texas must wake up to the fact that Hispanics will soon become the majority

August 17, 2021

U.S. Census figures show the Hispanic and white populations are about the same size.

Latino voters in Texas are the sleeping giant that is beginning to stir

Latino voters in Texas are the sleeping giant that is beginning to stir

March 15, 2020

The Native American Quinnipiac tribe of North America has a legend to explain a peculiar rock embankment resting peacefully on the hills just north of New Haven, Conn.