Monthly Archives: July 2017

Fear and Loathing and Buses in the Suburbs

Spring Happenings is an online journal for folks living in that little slice of heaven north of the beltway between Hwy 249 and I-45. And to keep it heavenly, Spring Happening’s president, Zach Karrenbrock is¬†urging readers to attend a community … Continue reading

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Public-Private Partnerships and Free Speech

We differentiate between the government, private, and charitable/social service sectors for a reason. We need all three in a robust democracy.¬†They all serve different functions and are subject to different rules. While we’re fighting to protect so much else, let’s … Continue reading

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