Commentary: San Antonio has a pace that remains slower than East Coast cities such as Washington and New York, but there’s no shortage of people who commit news.
Commentary: San Antonio’s nearly 70-year-old city charter didn’t take into account City Council members with a need for staff.
Commentary: Julián Castro’s long-shot presidential bid is all but over, but he may have another path to the White House – a well-trodden one for Texas Democrats.
Commentary: As County Judge Nelson Wolff affirmed his support for preserving the Woolworth Building, local resident Nettie Hinton reminded us why it matters.
Commentary: One circumstance could make a statewide office possible for the likes of U.S. Rep. Will Hurd and former Texas House Speaker Joe Straus.
Commentary: The chairman of the Texas House Ways and Means committee is floating a plan to take cities’ sales tax revenue.
Commentary: With a highly combustible political year coming up in 2020, House Speak Dennis Bonnen was strategically stupid to attack moderate Republicans.
Commentary: Recent real estate activity in St. Paul Square and plans for additional surrounding development weren’t spurred by the Alamodome.
Commentary: News of lucrative contracts given to Hunter Biden, son of the former vice president, in two corrupt corners of the world prompts a feeling of déjà vu.
Commentary: The John Cornyn we knew when he was a judge here in San Antonio has been thoroughly transformed by his years in toxic Washington.