Thoughts for the year

December 31, 2013

At the close of 2013, electric rates in Texas have finally become lower than the national average. What is Texas’ rate compared to the national average; 11.75 cents per kilowatt-hour is the average for Texas, which is 0.13 cents lower than the national average. Does this mean that the deregulation naysayers will stop harping? Of […]

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In the News this Week

December 12, 2013

Bounce Energy starts up its “12 days of Bouncemas” offering customers a new gift everyday for signing up with Bounce. The gifts are a wide range of gift cards from popular retail stores. Bounce Energy every year does an awesome job of promoting new customer sign up. Giving new customers gift cards is not a […]

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Lies my President told me

December 4, 2013

Climate exaggeration and prevarication bring horrid policies and massive wealth redistribution “Under my plan, if you like your doctor, you will be able to keep your doctor. Period. If you like your healthcare plan, you’ll be able to keep your healthcare plan. Period. Nothing changes, except your health insurance costs will go down.” It was […]

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Green Energy for Liberals and Conservatives

November 27, 2013

The recent troubles with got me thinking about a conservative friend of mine who went into politics. He worked for some political consulting firm which assigned him to work on Obamacare. This was few years ago and my friend has since moved on to other things with the firm; however, a conservative working on […]

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TXU Energy lights up the Houston Zoo

November 19, 2013

TXU Energy and the Houston Zoo have teamed up again to bring joys to zoo visitors this holiday season. Similar to “Chill out at the Houston Zoo” where TXU provided frozen treats for the animals, TXU Energy Presents Zoo Lights is sponsoring millions of light displays all across the zoo starting on November 22nd and […]

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