For a while now, we’ve heard the occasional drips of concern about Dallas County District Attorney Craig Watkins, especially about where his campaign funds have come from and where they’ve gone. While the drizzle had been infrequent enough to largely ignore, the time may have come for us to take notice and fix the problem [...]
Property Rights Issues
At the recent (July 17) U.S. Senate debate between Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and Ted Cruz the issue of runaway property taxes came up. Dewhurst and Cruz debated whether the Texas Senate had indeed cut school property taxes by one-third. This blog does not take sides in elections, but the two candidates raised some very [...]
It has been reported that Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff is quoted as saying, “If you don’t carpool or use mass transit, you deserve to pay a toll.” You may recall we posted a piece on some Texas cities withdrawing from Agenda 21’s local government organization. Why? Because that organization does not represent freedom, consumer [...]
Local governance has gone global. You have heard the term “sustainable development” and have likely heard about “Agenda 21”. We at AFP have discussed this issue over the years – Agenda 21 is a plan to develop our communities under the guidance of the federal government and the U.N. and subsequent erosion of individual liberties. [...]
Midland ISD is considering a $158 million bond package which they plan to sell and need time to build support. Midland ISD Superintendent is quoted in the local paper is saying that he will continue to put the bond initiative before the voters every year until it passes.