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Austin Bans Border Wall Builders

February 5, 2018 Ryan Thorson 1

It seems Austin has a case of the border-wall blues! In a move similar to other progressive-leaning metropoles, the Austin City Council “‘passed a resolution on Thursday that prohibits the city from doing business with contractors […]

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Divided We Stand

January 31, 2018 Roger Young 1

The following is a reader submission. It’s always a joy to get a well written and well-reasoned article from those in our audience, and this is no exception. I hope you will enjoy it, and I […]

Perspective

RPT Officially Censures Joe Straus

January 30, 2018 Ryan Thorson 0

Texans tired of the corrupt and the back-stabbing status quo in Austin and the GOP were recently handed a bit of good news. Over the weekend, the soon to be former House Speaker, Joe Straus, […]

Federal

The Government’s Shutdown, and I Feel Fine!

January 22, 2018 Ryan Thorson 1

This past weekend, Republicans were unable to get a short term spending bill through the U.S. Senate, and the government “shutdown.” This is largely because Democrats wanted amnesty for illegal immigrants who qualified under Obama’s […]

Federal

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, […]

Culture

What is Texas to You?

January 17, 2018 Jeff Thomason 1

Years ago, I visited Scotland and spent a couple weeks mingling with people that hadn’t yet sought a referendum on independence from the United Kingdom. One of the first questions I got from the locals […]

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