When Government Shuts Down

January 23, 2018 Editor 0

Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. [Editor’s note: In this 1996 article, Lew Rockwell explains that government “shutdowns” are neither as unpopular, or as troublesome, as the media and Washington politicians assume.] According to official history, the

Seattle Robs the ‘Rich’

July 12, 2017 Editor 0

Originally reported by Nate Jackson at The Patriot Post: We’ve noted more than once the devastating effects of Seattle’s minimum wage hike, which has cost jobs and income for lower earners. Not satisfied with pulling

Empower Texans: Paxton Sues to Protect Taxpayers

September 17, 2016 Editor 0

Originally published by Empower Texans  by Cary Cheshire Though property taxes in Texas are already out of control, some local school districts are seeking to use the state’s 2015 property tax cuts as an opportunity

United Frisco Voters Defeat Tax Hike

August 28, 2016 Editor 0

by Ross Kecseg Originally published by Empower Texans Local citizens in Frisco successfully blocked their school district’s massive 13-cent property tax increase proposal, with 58% of voters rejecting the measure. Traditionally, special elections outside of March, May,