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, […]

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Zoning Strangles Capitalism

October 18, 2017 Abby Samuels 1

If you’ve ever lived in a neighborhood with a HOA, you have felt the burden of making your property fit into someone else’s expectation. You may have cursed the day you signed the closing paperwork, […]

Economy

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 […]

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Perspective

Texas Unlicensed Carry Dies Again

May 19, 2017 Andrew Piziali 58

Last week the House Calendars Committee killed any chance of passing legislation allowing for the unlicensed carrying of a handgun in Texas, for now. This is the second legislative session in which this effort failed. […]

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