What is it about elected officials thinking they are above the laws they set for us?
“The fight for limited government, lower taxes, and a freer society is a long and arduous cause; and it’s one that never really ends, but it’s a cause worth fighting for.” – Ross Kecseg
Data tells us the only way to truly uplift Black and Hispanic low-income Americans in cities is through education and access to employment opportunities.
Black communities around the United States want better interactions with law enforcement, not the abolition of police departments.
Poll shows vast majority of Black Americans want police and better interactions with them.
“The federal government shouldn’t reward local governments’ bad budgetary behavior by bailing them out. The pandemic only highlighted this problem—it didn’t create it.”
In its most recent update, the Texas Workforce Commission reported 286,000 unemployment benefit claims across the Houston region, the highest number in the state.
HISD’s superintendent search has been stopped by the TEA.
Just a few short years after the passage of a billion-dollar bond, a Harris County school district is back asking voters for more.
Houston Firefighters gain another ally in row with Mayor.