April 25, 2018
  • #TEXIT
    As of yesterday, the Affordable Care Act (a.k.a. Obamacare) was passed into law eight years and one month ago. The Democrats celebrated, saying that ACA would broaden coverage and bring down prices. The Republicans railed, [...]
  • Culture
    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 [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller, in the latest of a series of media appearances leading up to this week’s release of his new book, Texit: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union, appeared [...]
  • #TEXIT
    In recent days, Trump lawyer, Michael Cohen, found his house raided by federal law-enforcement and himself under criminal investigation for allegedly paying hush-money to a porn-star (with whom the since-elected president allegedly had sexual relations) [...]
  • #TEXIT
    By now, you’ve probably heard the news: President Trump is sending the National Guard to protect the U.S./Mexico border! The wall isn’t getting built, but by golly, Trump finally did something about the border, using the power [...]
  • Global Exit
    Thursday, April 5th, German authorities released Carles Puigdemont on bail while the court considers his extradition to Spain to stand trial on charges of “rebellion and misuse of public funds in organizing an unauthorized referendum” [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Divorce is rarely a happy occasion. It can be a strain on all involved, particularly children. However, at times it is necessary. This is principally true where there is abuse, theft, and infidelity in the [...]

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TEXIT Goes on Sale San Jacinto Day

March 29, 2018 0

The ever-growing movement for Texas Independence is likely to get a big boost when a new book, TEXIT: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union, goes on sale April 21st. Written by Texas Nationalist Movement […]

182nd Anniversary of the Goliad Massacre

March 27, 2018 0

March 6th, 1836, The Alamo had fallen. To the last man, its defenders perished against the onslaught of the Mexican army that had besieged the old fortress. General Sam Houston sent orders to Colonel Fannin […]