Commentary

How governments killed the gold standard

Thus, governments and commercial banks under the gold standard did not have much influence over the money supply in the…

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Commentary: Houston, We Have a Problem: The Chronicle Misleads on Election Integrity

By Roy Maynard To lead off its editorial railing against Senate Bill 7 and efforts to reform—or at least regularize—the rules for…

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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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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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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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Masters Of COVID Gloom, Lysenkoism, And Squirrels

Newsom has admitted that he saw “the potential” in the COVID crisis for “a new progressive era” in state and…

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Editorial: The Contradictions Between Impression & Reality Of A Candidate

It takes work to actually pull and pour over an actual agenda packet. Who needs to focus on the basics…

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Commentary: The Canary In The Constitutional Mine Is Gasping

The barely-noticed federal takeover of student loans, the mandated purchase of health insurance from a limited list of insurers...

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How Bailouts And Stimulus Pave The Way For A Lot More Spending On Everything

The public will view another round of "stimulus," or a slavery reparations program, as essentially costless. Need another $2 trillion…

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Editorial: The Best & The Worst Of Times In San Marcos

I did not miss one flood recovery meeting all these years and watched meetings dwindle down from a packed room…

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