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- Milam high school students work the primary election
- County judge race is not worth crossing party lines
- Living wage
- Re-writing history
- GASP! He said it out loud!
- According to the Right, you’re wrong
- Court candidates visit MCDW meeting
- Paul Sadler needs your help. Just go vote.
- The tyranny of adequate health care
- Support for ObamaCare
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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Our new county judge promised jobs, improved infrastructure and a decreased tax burden. Okay, he may not have explicitly promised these things but the Tea Party Republicans in Milam County certainly believe he ran on that kind of platform, and … Continue reading
So, in order to meet its constitutional mandate of a balanced budget, and to avoid any tax increase (as they promised), Texas lawmakers must find $28 billion. $28 billion. That’s a lot of money. A couple of sessions back, the … Continue reading