Monthly Archives: July 2015

Appeals Court Re-opens Lawsuit Against The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), which was created as part of the Dodd- Frank and whose very existence has been challenged by conservatives and libertarians since its inception, is once again facing a legal challenge. In 2012, State National … Continue reading

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For Sale: A Bit of Texas History

When Dan Waggoner began buying acreage in North Texas back in 1850, he probably never dreamed that his ranch would eventually encompass 800 square miles, sprawl over six counties, and be the largest ranch in the U.S. contained within one … Continue reading

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Despite setbacks in the oil industry, Texas just keeps right on growing.

When the Fed released their “Beige Book” this month, they reported that economic growth for the Dallas district was only “moderate” for the six weeks ending July 3. Translated into real numbers, we added only 16,700 jobs in June, after … Continue reading

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