Editorials

OP-ED: Texans Deserve A Government As Good As They Are

No matter its size, Texans—the HEB employees in Leander, the Good Samaritans taking care of their neighbors—deserve a government that…

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Analysis: A Delay In Drawing New Maps This Year Could Slow Next Year’s Elections

That late delivery, of numbers originally expected in April, could ripple through the map-making all the way into next year’s…

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Open Letter To The City Of San Marcos Ethics Review Commission

He accuses anyone he disagrees with of being a racist. That is his favorite weapon to use. He yells racism…

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LTTE: STPRA Urges Biden Administration To Consider Unintended Consequences Of New Border Policies

The net result in South Texas has currently been a significant rise in cartel-driven trespassing, insecurity, and damage on open…

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Show Me The Face Mask Or Bring The Keys To The Delorean: Proposed Solutions To The City Staff Super Spreaders Of COVID-19

As Doc would say, “The way I see it, if you’re going to build a time machine into a car,…

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Op-Ed: Canceling Keystone XL Pipeline Is A Gift To China And Russia

Know what has emissions? Trucks and trains. Know what doesn’t? Pipelines...

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Op-Ed: FCC Section 230, A Shield For Censoring Free Speech

By William Haupt III | The Center Square Section 230” is a buzz word that has been bandied back and…

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Contributions By The Hays County Historical Commission In Documenting African-American History, Hispanic History, And Indigenous Cultures

"Our primary mission is to document the history of Hays County as accurately as possible and ensure its preservation for…

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Goodbye 2020! Hello To A New Year!

Don’t get me wrong; the pandemic wasn’t great, but there were some good things about it.

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Commentary: Censorship Kills

Sadly, most potential patients are unaware of early treatment because Facebook, Twitter, and Google, the de facto arm of government...

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