Analysis

Analysis: Stop pretending price inflation is a result of “too much” profit

Some commentators are of the view that the government should introduce price controls in order to prevent further increases...

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Analysis: Texas candidates run for the border

That same October UT/TT Poll found 22% of Texans approved of his handling of border security and immigration, while 63% disapprove of…

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City Council decides to give PALS $20,000. Receives complaints claiming their decision appears racist.

"I'm telling you that the aggressive move made by one council person is looking like something racist was going on…

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Analysis: From homegrown culture warriors to tomorrow’s Texas leaders

City councils and school boards in Texas are full of Republicans and Democrats, even if those people take office after…

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Analysis: The Texas-Mexico frontier still tops the news — and state politics

But fear of an insecure border consistently outweighs the pandemic as a matter of concern in Texas. That persistent worry over immigration is...

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Analysis: A swelling Texas treasury gives 2022 hopefuls room for big ideas

Texas expects to get $35.4 billion from the federal infrastructure bill over the next five years, most of it for transportation…

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Analysis: Critical Race Theory is a direct attack on market freedom

As early as 1965, in a commencement address at Howard University, President Lyndon Johnson spoke of using government to level…

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Analysis: Texas lawmakers have two contentious voting fights ahead — if they can stay in the same room

That voting bill is immediately ahead, but lawmakers now have the census data they need to draw new political maps...

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Analysis: Texas, the bellwether state

Texas is warring with cities, counties, and school districts over local COVID-19 responses that go above and beyond what the…

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Analysis: False sense of security of temperature checks and hidden dangers of disposable masks: Is breaking the Governor’s Order good for SMCISD students, Faculty and Staff?

"We argue that there is a risk of potential 'future' inflammatory/fibrotic lung diseases because we are inhaling these materials in…

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