On the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the stories of Thomas Midgley and Clair Patterson tell us a lot about the free market and regulation.
The Green New Deal is a proposal for saving us from a dead planet (the climate emergency) but with much, much more. It’s a framework for developing legislation and projects to solve some serious problems facing our nation and the world.
Yes, growth brings challenges… But I’ll take on those challenges when faced with the alternative—stagnation and decline.
Ben Eldredge represents the Cow Creek Groundwater Conservation District on the recently-formed Boerne-Fair Oaks-Kendall County Transportation Planning Committee. Ben recently explained his vision of what he hopes that committee can help to accomplish with its work.
The U.S. spends more on defense than the next 7 countries combined, but it’s never enough somehow.
This has to be a unified effort — from each of us as individuals to our large and unwieldy governments and corporations — if we are to save our planet and a life for future generations.
As time is wasted in our nation’s capital, rainforests are cleared, coal is burned, native lands are encroached upon, and the earth is degraded just a little bit more.
What happens when politics steers criminal justice and law enforcement?
by Mary Richards, M.Ed.for the “Progressive Views” column, Boerne Star, May 10, 2019 The end of April was always the…
by Kevin Henning, KCDP Chairfor the “Progressive Views” column, Boerne Star, April 26, 2019 Another Earth Day has passed with…