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Bitcoin a ‘Postmodern Pyramid Scheme’?

Home on the (Gun) Range

Debunking the Pro-Lie Party

Texit Would Be a Wreck

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Notes on a Tragedy

I was on my back porch the other day, listening to the birds, when I received a humorous text from a friend that broke...

The Pro-Lie Governor

After Politico published a leaked draft of a U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, it took only nine days for Gov....

Good Ol’ Boy Favors or Business as Usual?

When it comes to government work, the line between doing personal favors for friends and breaking the law depends on the degree of the...

I on the Target

Our first story about targeted individuals in 2021 (“Gangstalking,” Jan 22, 2020) drew emails and phone calls from around the world. Over the past...

Losing Territory

To open her presentation on human trafficking to the members of a Northside neighborhood association last Saturday, Heather Schott got a little personal. “Around the...

Higher Ed, Lower Wages

In one year, Tarrant County College’s recently terminated chancellor — the alleged philandering administrator who, based on court documents, doesn’t know what tenure is —...

Southlake Hilariously Named Nation’s Most City-Like Suburb

Or maybe not so hilariously. It all depends on how you define the concept of “city.” According to STORAGECafé, the nationwide self-storage search website that...

Unholy Ground

Landon Schott’s confusing but mostly LGBTQ-bashing social media posts have made him a pariah to many and a celebrity to right-wing nuts seeking elected...

Red Wrong

If you were the average, red-blooded, teenaged American boy in the late ’80s, you weren’t sure of too many things, if anything at all,...

Takin’ Care of Business

Two weeks. That’s how long we’ve been waiting for a response from Jody Johnson about emails that may show fellow government employees working on his...