Analysis

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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Analysis: When Mapmaking Texas Politicians Are Smiling And Quiet, Pay Attention

Remaking the state’s political maps — redistricting — is important...

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Analysis: Texans Might Be Ready For Casinos, But Lawmakers Aren’t Convinced

It’s been attempted several times — often when money is short — but the state has remained resistant...

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Analysis: Twitter Blocks Dozens Of Legitimate News Stories And Isn’t Saying Why

But under no circumstance should Twitter determine what Americans should and should not see or read...

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Analysis: Adding A New Tax Might Be Easier Than Ending An Old Tax Break

Legislators made a lot of those decisions, but not all of them. In 2015, Texas voters approved a constitutional amendment that keeps…

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Analysis: The Most Important Election Of Your Life, Or Is It?

Every few years the election cycle of the United States kicks into its money lavished bombardment of the American people...

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Analysis: Why Is National Media Not Digging Deeper Into Voting Issues?

And that remains a point of question that we all should be asking...

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Analysis: Why There Is No Such Thing As An Exploitative Monopoly In A Free Market

Per Bylund What’s a telltale sign of economic illiteracy? I’m starting to believe the worst is the claim that markets…

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Covid-19 And The Universal Health Scare

It is not normal to propose “immunity passes” enabling the holders to move about society unimpeded. Immunity passes make no…

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Analysis: Rising Property Values — And Taxes — During An Economic Slump

Many Texas property owners are sweating potential increases in their taxes, which are based on property values that don't reflect…

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