Culture

Political Climate Change

October 3, 2018 Andrew Piziali 0

Two workers from Senator Ted Cruz’s campaign staff were hospitalized yesterday after being exposed to a powdery substance sent in a package to a Houston campaign location, an event happening shortly after the Pentagon received a […]

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Land of the Tejas

June 16, 2018 Andrew Piziali 0

If you’re a native Texan, you may have never paid attention to those ubiquitous “Drive Friendly—The Texas Way” signs. However, if you’re a transplant like me, when you first encountered one, the sign may have […]

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An Independent Texas Economy?

May 2, 2018 Andrew Piziali 0

A common objection to Texas independence is that our economy cannot support itself independent of the United States. Just yesterday, as my friend Lee and I drove into the Arizona wilderness to scope out some […]

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Red Cross Double Cross

January 18, 2018 Andrew Piziali 4

Last fall, as Hurricane Harvey dumped the last of its 60 inches of rain on the drenched Texas Gulf coast, volunteers from all over the Union poured in to help beleaguered Texans. As they collected, […]

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