May 22, 2018
  • Federal
    Recently, Texans watched the news, horrified, as the state-run healthcare system in the United Kingdom demonstrated how they can supersede parental authority by killing two-year-old Alfie Evans. The sick boy had his ventilator removed by [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Friday the 27th, in a bit of good news for those wanting to protect the integrity of Texas elections, a federal appellate court ruled that Texas’ voter ID law was not discriminatory towards Hispanic and [...]
  • Austin Skyline
    #TEXIT
    A common objection to Texas independence is that our economy cannot support itself independent of the United States. Just yesterday, as my friend Lee and I drove into the Arizona wilderness to scope out some [...]
  • #TEXIT
    A caravan of under 1,000 would-be U.S. immigrants from southern American countries arrived Friday at the U.S./Mexico border, being escorted there by Mexican police. There the “asylum” seekers were informed by lawers on “the U.S. [...]
  • Federal
    On April 5th, President Donald Trump unilaterally ordered a missile strike on Syria. And, in an increasingly common tradition for American presidents, the military action was neither executed with the consent of congress, nor was [...]

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Californian Civil War?

Border
April 26, 2018 0

California has found itself embroiled in an internal conflict over illegal immigration, and it doesn’t look like it will be resolved anytime soon. The Trump administration has been more vigorous in enforcing existing federal law […]

South Texas Man Gets 50 Years for Grand Theft Fajita!

Culture
April 25, 2018 0

The media is currently abuzz with what might be Texas’ new crime-of-the-century! This past Friday, A South Texas Man received 50 years in prison for stealing and reselling $1.2 million in fajitas! Gilberto Escaramilla, former employee at the kitchen […]

Obamacare Massively Increased Premiums, Study Says

#TEXIT
April 24, 2018 0

As of yesterday, the AffordableCareAct (a.k.a. Obamacare) was passed into law eight years and one month ago. On that day, the Democrats celebrated, saying that ACA would broaden coverage and bring down prices. The Republicans, […]

San Jacinto Day Celebration

Culture
April 23, 2018 0

This past weekend, my family decided to observe San Jacinto Day where it all began, at the San Jacinto Battle Monument. Though rain constantly threatened to overtake the festivities, the weather never became so bad […]