Real Estate Politics

Democracy Thrives in Vibrant, Liberal Areas Because Empathy is Higher

By Jon Anderson / July 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Have you ever wondered why Texas cities are more liberal than outlying areas?  It’s not a Texas thing. Large urban environments are typically more ideologically liberal around the globe. Like a blast zone, liberal ideals diminish the further away you get from an urban environment.  But why?  The clichés of vibrancy, higher average education, and […]

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Conservative Move: a Social Movement Majorly Targeting North Texas ?

By Candy Evans / May 25, 2017 / 11 Comments

We all know Californians are flocking to Texas, but have you ever heard of a political movement specifically bringing them our way? On May 22, Conservative Move launched on social media and a conservative’s dream of finding like-minded neighbors was made: help relocate families out of liberal dens (usually on each coast) to conservative pockets […]

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Politics is more Palatable with Booze: Bar Politics Housing and Development Edition Starts Tonight

By Amanda Popken / September 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

By Amanda Popken Special Contributor It’s only the fifth installment of Bar Politics, so if you have no idea what this is, you’re not that out of the loop. You’ll definitely want to check out this amateur roadshow this month if you’re at all interested in housing, development, real estate, and the gentrification-storm we’re preparing […]

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