Rarely is I-45 a stage for moral quandaries—at least until you exit, stop at the first intersection, and confront an ethical impasse at the underpass. There, at the red light, you face a panhandler.
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The level of suburban poverty in Texas is growing faster than the national average.
Pop quiz. Which is worse: A) someone starving to death, or B) littering? If you answered B), you might want to run for Houston […]
The increasing need for affordable housing is readily apparent in Texas.
At Thigpen Energy in Cut and Shoot, Tex., Wednesday, Rick Perry explained why proposed legislation requiring Texans to pass a drug test before receiving welfare is “compassionate.”