Texas is America’s growth leader in population, which is great. But will migration from California, New York and Chicago lead to changes in regulation and taxation that has made the Lone Star state desirable?
The Texas Legislature will attempt a delicate trick this biennium: putting a lid on property taxes and boosting school funding while balancing the state budget. It’d be a hat trick worthy of the Dallas Stars.
In a hate-filled drive to impeach President Trump, Democrats in Congress would disrespect the republic’s foundation and provoke his supporters who already suspect this is a coup to overturn the 2016 election.
Mayor Jeff Williams takes all of an hour to note the progress in Arlington. From Esports Stadium, Globe Life Field, Live! by Loews hotel/convention center, the city’s rocking the sports and entertainment world.
While Democrats sharpen their knives to cut up the Trump presidency after attorney Michael Cohen’s sentencing, others of us like his wins on trade, immigration, tax reform, the Supreme Court and the economy.
The alarming new 13 agency federal National Climate Assessment turns up the heat on global warming, with predictions of a 10% loss in GDP and thousands of deaths. It leaves solutions up to us and our leaders.
Despite approving city council term limits in the Nov. 6 midterm election, Arlington residents give their home high marks for livability and city services, even for roads, highways and traffic. The city’s future is bright.
Christmas Karaoke for Kids, Holiday in the Park at Six Flags Over Texas, and Christkindl Market at Texas Live! lead the parade of holiday events in Arlington’s bustling sports and entertainment district.
His visit to Fort Worth and Arlington reminds that John Cornyn, a former Texas Attorney General and member of the Texas Supreme Court, honors the Senate, Congress and Washington with his integrity, wisdom and common sense.
Arlington voters may have mistaken the local term limits ballot question as a state or national issue, but otherwise they restored local representation with the election of Beverly Powell to the Texas Legislature.
Republicans didn’t blame Bernie Sanders for supporter James Hodgkinson’s shooting of Steve Scalise, but Democrats and the media want to pin Robert Bowers’ synagogue shooting on Trump ahead of Tuesday’s midterm election.
Were Washington, Hamilton, Lincoln, FDR called racist Nazis for promoting patriotism and American exceptionalism as President Trump does? His rally’s reception in Houston shows there’s no shame in being a nationalist.
Trump official who wrote the anonymous New York Times op-ed column about the Trump White House failed in his duty to serve the country. Writer of NYT commentary is a traitor to president and United States.
San Antonio has failed to meet the EPA’s air quality standards, something that happened in Dallas and Houston long ago. That’s raised questions of whether San Antonio has lost an advantage for attracting jobs and development.
A vote on term limits for Arlington City council members and the mayor may be on the November ballot. Richard Greene argues the current proposal would remove currently effective officials and harm the city’s prosperity.