Editorials

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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Analysis: Do falling ratings fall on deaf ears?

I think the answer is pretty obvious – a vast amount of the public is sick and tired of the…

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Analysis: A virus unfettered among the unvaccinated

At this time last year, we were at what was then a peak in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths, facing…

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OP-Ed: It’s Only Money – Our Tax Money

We know there is a lot of corruption and mismanagement. We know there is a severe lack of efficiency and…

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Analysis: Electricity isn’t on the special session agenda — and that’s a good thing

But Gov. Greg Abbott’s recent letter urging the Public Utility Commission (PUC) to act on grid reliability, rather than calling…

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Editorial: The Political Shenanigans Need to End!

In Texas, where we have state legislators acting like young children that did not get their way, so they are…

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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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OP-ED: A rogue unethical state agency

It is an agency that has been named the least transparent in the nation. It is an agency that holds to…

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Analysis: How will you know if Critical Race Theory is taught in your child’s school

“School boards, superintendents, even principals, and teachers are already facing questions about critical race theory, and there are significant disagreements...

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