A Park on the Moon?

This was originally posted on PoodleRose on July 29, 2013. Comments have not been migrated.

Earlier this month, two members of Congress introduced the Apollo Lunar Landing Legacy Act for the purpose of preserving the landing areas of NASA’s moon missions. Time magazine senior editor Jeffrey Kluger thinks that this is an excellent idea that […]

Private Parks in Houston, Kinda, Sorta, Not Really

This was originally posted on Live Oaks on July 21, 2010. Comments have not been migrated.

In 1976, some concerned Houstonians formed a group call the Houston Parks Board (HPB). According to the group’s web site:

They wanted to contribute to the city’s parks system through a private organization that would respect their needs and […]

Private Parks: Practical and Moral

This was originally posted on Live Oaks on May 20, 2009. Comments have not been migrated.

I have previously argued that the city of Houston should begin selling off assets, such as parks and libraries, in an effort to reduce spending, cut taxes, and return to its proper function of protecting individual rights. An editorial […]