Bitcoin and Texit

November 16, 2017 Jesse Newberry 0

Anyone who has kept up with Bitcoin (BTC) knows that BTC has become a huge deal and quite the money making investment, with prices increasing seven-fold since the beginning of 2017. They also know that […]


Leander: The Future Fort Knox of Texas

November 9, 2017 Ryan Thorson 0

It’s been decided! The Texas Bullion Depository is going to be located in the city of Leander. Though, according to an article from Community Impact, the actual location is not being released for security considerations, […]


GOP Tax-Plan Cuts 401K Contributions

November 1, 2017 Ryan Thorson 0

It seems that the new GOP tax-plan won’t just include cuts in tax-rates, it’ll also include cuts to the amount of money you’ll be allowed to invest for your retirement! According to an article in […]


Disaster Relief and the Debt Ceiling

September 15, 2017 Jesse Newberry 1

This situation should have Texans demanding independence! On August 25th, 2017, the Texas coastline from Port Aransas to Louisiana was devastated by Hurricane Harvey. Fortune.com says the estimated cost could be up to $180 billion. […]


Texas Getting a New Oil Refinery

August 8, 2017 Noah Smithwick 2

Texas’ economy has been strong for many years on the strength of a diverse mix of exports, manufacturing, and agricultural products, and because of our low-tax and low-regulatory philosophy. Texas most recently ranked as 10th […]

U.S. and Russia Flags

Russia: Texas Friend or Foe?

August 8, 2017 Andrew Piziali 22

Russia has been in the news recently on a number of fronts, some real and some not. Considering the historical relations between Texans and Russians, should we be concerned about recent federal actions? Texas has […]

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