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Don’t Blame Lack of Zoning Laws for Houston Floods

The rain in Houston has barely stopped and the flood waters have yet to fully recede, but already a narrative has been created in the media, led by ProPublica, but with a lot of people and publications playing follow the leader, that blame the severity of Harvey’s impact on the

What Should The Official State Gun Of Arkansas Be?

State Senator Trent Gardner thinks it should be the shotgun. Senator Trent Garner Weekly Update Media August 15, 2017 The Bowie Knife and the Shotgun Are Part of Arkansas’ Heritage; Let’s Make It Official In Arkansas we have a wonderful series of official state symbols that reflect our state’s unique character. Our official state gem is

Who owns border death truck tragedy? MEXICO!

Who owns border death truck tragedy? MEXICO! by Michelle MalkinCreators Syndicate Copyright 2017 Florida truck driver James Matthew Bradley isn’t the mastermind of the human smuggling ring that led to the grisly deaths of 10 illegal immigrants in his rig, which authorities found at a San Antonio Walmart over the weekend. He’s just a

The Top 5 Reasons Everyone Should Support National Reciprocity

Sponsored by NRA-ILA 1. Exercising a right shouldn’t be contingent upon what state you’re in. This seems like it would be obvious. Sadly, it’s not. The Supreme Court affirmed in 2008 that Americans have a constitutionally-protected individual Right to Keep and Bear Arms for self-defense. What’s more, no state can deny a Constitutional

Trump Building Plan: How One Public-Private Deal Hit a Bumpy Road

Texas had high hopes for the southern segments of SH 130, a 41-mile stretch of the high-speed toll road east of San Antonio. The state had put off building that stretch of road until a pair of investors stepped forward and offered what sounded like a great deal: Texas would

Driver involved in crash with church bus, killing 13, was 20-year-old former football player

The pickup truck driver who officials say crashed into a bus full of elderly church members returning from a choir retreat, killing 13 people in total, has been identified. Jack Dillon Young, 20, of Leakey, Texas, was airlifted to University Hospital in San Antonio in stable condition following the crash,

Texas Trooper Shoots Self Investigating Own Home Invasion?

I can’t even. A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper was attacked during an attempted home invasion Kirby. The attack happened around 11:45 p.m. Thursday at the trooper’s home on Tom Stafford . Officials say the trooper heard something going in his backyard. The trooper put on his protective vest, grabbed his

Gander Mountain Releases Detailed Bankruptcy Report

Last Month, Gander Mountain announced it was filing for bankruptcy.  They have officially confirmed they are filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, which allows them to restructure their company and repay their debtors over time. As part of its strategy to save their business, the sporting goods store has decided to

Building trades president expects Trump to keep his word on infrastructure

SAN ANTONIO, Texas – Sean McGarvey, the president of North America’s Building Trades Unions, says he fully expects President Trump to keep his promises to push a trillion-dollar infrastructure program and that he expects Congress to enact it by the end of the year. He did not say, however, that

Iguodala fined $10,000 for ‘master’ comment

OAKLAND — The NBA has fined Andre Iguodala $10,000 for racially charged comments he made after Friday’s loss to Minnesota. The comments came about when Iguodala was asked if Steve Kerr informed him if he and other star players would be sitting out Saturday against the Spurs. “Nope, no clue,”