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Tolerance, Dude

The day after abortion doctor George Tiller was gunned down by a religious zealot, I was sitting on my couch watching one of my...

Higher Math

Spend enough time at the Ol' South Pancake House near Texas Christian University and you'll get the full picture of what students are thinking...

A Voting Gauntlet

So the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday on a tiny Texas case that could have huge implications across the country. A little municipal utility...

Hungering for Change

Going on a water-only hunger strike for 32 days made Ted Glick, co-founder of the Climate Crisis Council, feel extremely weak - but nowhere...

Yelling about the Quiet Zone

To the editor: I want to thank Jeff Prince for his story ("Cross about the Crossing," June 17, 2009) about the very contentious meeting...

Not So Healthy

According to the latest government estimates, nearly 50 million Americans don't have health insurance. These days, I'm one of them. How did I get...

Did Fort Worth blow it?

Some people think so. They say the 817 scene now isn't what it was as few as a couple of years ago, when Flickerstick,...

A Texan Walks into a Bar … (Coughing)

Sometimes it seems like the only reason to keep living in Texas is that it's so exciting to think about how we could improve...

Cross about the Crossing

Most folks who live near railroad tracks grow weary of getting blasted by train horns day and night. So when Fort Worth's railroad projects...

Under the Weekly Microscope

To the editor: The May 27 cover story on the funding of the medical examiner's office ("Dissecting the Evidence"), by Peter Gorman, was a...