Monthly Archives: January 2015

Dangerous Texas Cities

Earlier this week, we posted an article which detailed some of the reasons why moving to Texas is a good financial plan. You don’t want to move to the wrong areas in the Lone Star State, however, so we are making a list of the most dangerous cities in Texas. Using the FBI Uniform Crime … Continue reading

Executions in the Lone Star State

According to PBS, Texas now executes a great deal more people than any other state in America, although Virginia actually holds the record for most executed overall. The very first execution ever held in what would come to be the United States of America took place in Virginia in 1608. The state has since executed … Continue reading

Financial Advantages of Living in Texas

As Time Magazine points out, “The crisis may be over (for the time being) in Washington. But the crisis for America’s middle class continues, as middle-income jobs get harder to find and the cost of living gets harder to bear. Where can Americans turn for answers? In a word: Texas.” According to the US Census … Continue reading

Tex.Org Oil Price Forecast For 2015

By Johnny Bevers Where Oil Prices Are Heading In 2015 According to the IEA, aggregate demand for oil is projected to be 93.3 million barrels per day in 2015.  The simple reason that we’re enjoying much lower prices at the pump is because the global energy producers (including OPEC) are currently producing 94.1M barrels per day … Continue reading

“Stand With the Prophet” Rally to Honor Muhammad to be Held in Texas:Uproar Ensues

Last week twelve people were massacred by Muslim terrorists in France at the offices of Charlie Hebdo magazine simply because the satirical magazine published cartoons which the Muslims felt insulted their prophet Muhammad. One week later, on Saturday, January 17, a rally to support Muhammad is scheduled to be held in America, and many are … Continue reading

Less-Known Texans We Lost – 2014

The year 2014 brought several losses to the Great State of Texas. Some were newsworthy for political reasons, some for cultural reasons, and others because of their great contributions to the business world. According to Texas Monthly, the state lost a number of people who were quite influential, and made the national news. There were, … Continue reading

Saying ‘Goodbye’ to Rick Perry

When Texas Governor Rick Perry took office back in 2000, many did not expect much from him. As a matter of fact, some felt that he had only managed to find himself in the governor’s seat after switching parties, sliding into the position of agriculture commissioner, and becoming lieutenant-governor, and all with the help of … Continue reading