Economy

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. […]

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Haters on Texas During Harvey

September 5, 2017 Jesse Newberry 14

Hurricane Harvey unleashed surprising devastation upon Texas from Corpus Christi to well past Houston. It was not the wind so much as the rain and flooding. As I speak, Americans and even Mexicans joined arms […]

Border

Red River Land Grab Revisited: Part Two

September 4, 2017 Ryan Thorson 3

In our continuing series on the federal government’s seizure of Texas land along the Red River, I spoke with Davey Edwards. Edwards is a Texas state-licensed professional land surveyor, as well as a certified federal […]

Politics

Texas Statewide Texting Ban Starts Friday

August 31, 2017 Abby Samuels 4

House Bill 62, also known as the Alex Brown Memorial Act, goes into effect statewide Friday, September 1, 2017, prohibiting texting while driving. State Representative Tom Craddick fought for a distracted driving law for six […]

Culture

Remember the Alamo, As Is!

August 30, 2017 Ryan Thorson 1

There are few people in Texas, nor doubtless in the world, that have not heard the call of “Remember the Alamo!” This phrase, first uttered by General Sam Houston, has over the decades of popular repetition […]

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