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Back To The Basics: A plain and simple case for the flat tax

By Amos Chapman During his short-lived campaign, former presidential nominee and Texas governor Rick Perry espoused a controversial proposal. He postulated, in his signature southern drawl, that the United States…

Let the Condi-mania begin

By Jessica Huseman There’s been a lot of speculation today about whether Condoleezza Rice might be a list-topper for Romney’s veepstakes. The idea of her being the VP is not…

Abstinence-only programs unhealthy for students, community

By Carisa Lopez The United States has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in the developed world, and Texas is of the worst offenders. It’s no coincidence that,…

Freedom is ‘fashionable’ again!

By Stephanie Wang We’ve all heard that fashion changes. Things come in and out of vogue. The Associated Press reported on a similar trend in ideas. Apparently, freedom is cool…

The mess that is the 2012 election

By TJ Mayes When the Republican primary voters decided to nominate Mitt Romney to be their presidential nominee, they had to have known they were largely ceding the health care…

SCOTUS ruling on Stolen Valor the right call

By TJ Mayes Lost in all of the excitement surrounding the health care ruling has been any meaningful discussion of the landmark First Amendment case handed down by the Supreme…