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My Rights, Your Rights – Who’s Right?

My Rights, Your Rights – Who’s Right?

Friday, May 6, 2016, by Frank Kuchar There is much debate in our country today over this subject of “rights.”  Many of these claims are without basis, for they are…

The Political “Football” of Social Security

The Political “Football” of Social Security

Friday, April 29, 2016, by Frank Kuchar There are many things that I’ve come to find hard to believe, but I was squarely confronted with another one this past week…

It is a Property Tax Increase When Your Tax Goes Up

It is a Property Tax Increase When Your Tax Goes Up

Friday, April 29, 2016, by Buddy Saunders I hope you appreciate what I do for you guys! Wednesday I spent four hours (8AM to noon) listening to testimony at the…

NCPA: Causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis, plus More!

NCPA: Causes of the 2008 Financial Crisis, plus More!

Keep up with the latest insights regarding energy, the environment, health care, and government spending. Read the National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) summaries, then if you want more information,…

Climate Change and the Upcoming Meeting of the (Socialist) Minds in Paris

Climate Change and the Upcoming Meeting of the (Socialist) Minds in Paris

Friday, November 13, 2015, by Gary Hancock, Arlington resident and author of Sustaining Liberty: And Reclaiming Limited Government in America In a few weeks hundreds of representatives of foreign governments…

Dirty Tricks

Dirty Tricks

When it comes to reducing the size and power of government, Democrats aren’t the only problem. Too often, some of the most reliable liberal players are Republicans. – Opinion Arlington…

What to Do? – Part II

What to Do? – Part II

Friday, September 18, 2015, by Frank Kuchar In last week’s essay I set forth the first step in reining in our government’s appetite for spending, namely to simply stop the…

That’s Not Fair!

That’s Not Fair!

Friday, August 28, 2015, by Frank Kuchar Such outbursts as this by children are seldom tolerated by parents, if at all.  Yet we hear this all the time from the…

Citizen Concerns Trip Up $809 Million JPS Bond Plan

Citizen Concerns Trip Up $809 Million JPS Bond Plan

In a move related to this column, Tarrant County Commissioner Andy Nguyen appointed Arlington attorney Warren Norred to the board of JPS Health Network.  We have known Mr. Norred for…

The Highway Bill and the Constitution

The Highway Bill and the Constitution

Friday, July 31, 2015, by Frank Kuchar The debate going on in Congress over the passage of a long-term highway funding bill shows a complete lack of regard for constitutional…

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