September 26, 2018
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    Earlier this month, the media was all abuzz over the anti-secession protesters who turned-out in the thousands on September 9th to oppose further attempts to separate Catalan from Spain. Now, that might seem impressive except, [...]
  • Culture
    We’re often told that words matter, and indeed they do. The words we use, and the meaning poured into them, help shape and reinforce who we are as individuals and as a people. However, there [...]
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    Amazon Shadowbans TEXIT

    September 5, 2018 0
    If you’ve been following the state of politics in the Union, you’re probably aware of an increasingly common threat: corporate censorship. For the last couple of years, monopolistic tech/media companies whose proprietors favor a progressive [...]
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    AUSTIN, TX — On August 31, 2018, two high-level sources with connections to the intelligence community, warned the Texian Partisan that a sizable Congolese terror operation was being organized to deliver human carriers of Ebola, [...]
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    When the Obama administration’s IRS revealed that it had been targeting the President’s political enemies with unjust scrutiny, effectively weaponizing the agency for political purposes, it came as a great shock, even to some of [...]
  • Federal
    True pundit is reporting that the girlfriend of Stephen Paddock, the infamous Vegas shooter, has been revealed to be in the employ of the FBI. The information came out in the form of a loan [...]
  • Perspective
    Politics tend to be a game for the old. However, it’s usually the more youthful candidates that create most of the buzz, and right now, there is only one up-and-comer getting a huge amount of [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Texas hits another milestone in its expanding stellar business environment, as exports of oil from the Texas coast surpass imports for the first time. Citing the Department of Energy for its information, the Houston Chronicle [...]
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    Late last month, historian and novelist H.W. Crocker III asserted in the title of an article he wrote for the American Spectator, “America’s Next Civil War Will Be Worse Than Our Last.” And the reason [...]
  • #TEXIT
    “Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed.” With those words, on July 20, 1969 Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong uttered the first words from the surface of a celestial body. Six hours later, he [...]
  • Politics
    The Texas GOP yesterday sued to have Democrat Pete Gallego kicked-off the ballot for the Texas Senate District 19 special election, alleging he has not established proper residency within the district that he hopes to [...]
  • #TEXIT
    The November midterms are only three months away and things do not look good for the Republicans retaining power in Washington. And while the saying goes, “anything can happen in baseball,” time is running out, [...]

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Civil War or Independence, Violence or Peace

August 6, 2018 0

It is no secret that the United States are becoming increasingly polarized. If the way federal elections seem to always be a near 50/50 split didn’t convince you, perhaps the increasingly common political violence in […]

Medicare-For-All Would Cost 32.6 Trillion Dollars

August 1, 2018 0

The Bernie Sanders plan referred to as “Medicare for all” has finally been put under serious analysis. If you understand even rudimentary economics, you won’t be surprised to know that such a scheme would take […]

Will the City of Austin Change its Name?

July 31, 2018 0

Austin Texas takes pride in it’s weirdness, and by weird they mean crazy progressivism. The rest of Texas just shakes their head and tries to ignore it. Much like the trifling nephew who lives in […]

Alamo Cenotaph Removal Protest Tomorrow

July 27, 2018 0

Tomorrow at 10 a.m. in Alamo plaza, there will be a rally to protest the removal and relocation of the Alamo Cenotaph. This event has been organized by the Alamo Defenders Descendants, and it is […]