July 24, 2017

#TEXIT

Lessons For Texas From Mexico

July 18, 2017 9
There’s a little town down in Mexico that freedom-lovers and fans of self-determination need to hear about.  The town of Cheran, population 20,000, in the Mexican state of Michoacan, has taken a proactive approach to [...]

Abbott Tosses Hat Back in the Ring

July 17, 2017 25
At the historic Sunset Station in San Antonio, the Texas Governor, Gregg Abbott, in a move that surprised no one, announced that he was seeking a second term. The event was a smaller venue, invitation only, [...]

Global Exit

Native Hawaiians Seek Local Rule

July 21, 2017 3
Hawaiians of native decent are getting serious traction in asserting a right to local rule much along the line of American Indians tribes. Recently, the US Department of the Interior released an action to solicit [...]

Politics

Kid Rock for Senate?

July 20, 2017 1
Many have heard by now that Robert James Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) has announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate. He would represent his home state of Michigan. Is this a publicity stunt? Is he serious? [...]

AG Sessions Restores Texas Voter ID Law, But Not Our Integrity

July 19, 2017 21
Predictably, media outlets across the fruited plain exploded in feigned outrage when Attorney General Sessions abandoned the Justice Department’s previous  position that Texas’s voter identification requirements were discriminatory toward minority voters.  The reversal was characterized [...]

Economy

Texas gold bank withdrawal slip.

Texas Gold Returning to Texas

June 20, 2017 10
“What are ‘dollars’ made of?” “Paper, your kingship.” “Paper!” replied the king incredulously, “You mean [Americans] prefer paper to gold and silver?” So goes the exchange between Minister of Justice Gorkey and King Igor II [...]

Culture

Kid Rock for Senate?

July 20, 2017 1
Many have heard by now that Robert James Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) has announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate. He would represent his home state of Michigan. Is this a publicity stunt? Is he serious? [...]
Longhorn steer

Texan Culture: Part 2

July 8, 2017 1
In part one of this article I defined “culture” and illustrated how Texans and others view our culture. In this second part, I discuss several other aspects of our culture before concluding. Our Music Music [...]

FEDERAL OVERREACH

Native Hawaiians Seek Local Rule

July 21, 2017 3
Hawaiians of native decent are getting serious traction in asserting a right to local rule much along the line of American Indians tribes. Recently, the US Department of the Interior released an action to solicit [...]

AG Sessions Restores Texas Voter ID Law, But Not Our Integrity

July 19, 2017 21
Predictably, media outlets across the fruited plain exploded in feigned outrage when Attorney General Sessions abandoned the Justice Department’s previous  position that Texas’s voter identification requirements were discriminatory toward minority voters.  The reversal was characterized [...]

OPPOSITION RESEARCH

NATIONAL SECURITY

A sign at the international boundary between Canada and the United States in Point Roberts, Washington.

Promoting Immigrant Lawlessness

July 13, 2017 14
On July 10 James C. Harrington wrote an article for “The Texas Observer” titled “Protecting Immigrant Families: A Call for an Economic Boycott of Texas.” He should have called it “Promoting Immigrant Lawlessness: How to [...]
The New Amsterdam and New York regions of New York State

New York and New Amsterdam?

June 5, 2017 1
The word “secession” often conjures up the War Between the States or a small disgruntled province declaring its independence from an abusive parent country. However, sometimes even smaller societies desire greater autonomy and declare their [...]

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OP-ED & PERSPECTIVE

Kid Rock for Senate?

July 20, 2017 1
Many have heard by now that Robert James Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) has announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate. He would represent his home state of Michigan. Is this a publicity stunt? Is he serious? [...]

AG Sessions Restores Texas Voter ID Law, But Not Our Integrity

July 19, 2017 21
Predictably, media outlets across the fruited plain exploded in feigned outrage when Attorney General Sessions abandoned the Justice Department’s previous  position that Texas’s voter identification requirements were discriminatory toward minority voters.  The reversal was characterized [...]