March 24, 2018
  • #TEXIT
    His supporters said he wouldn’t do it. He said he wouldn’t do it. Now, the days of speculation on whether or not Trump was going head-fake on signing this 2,232-page monstrosity are over, because… HE [...]
  • #TEXIT
    June 14th, the first day of the Republican Party of Texas Convention, one of the biggest gatherings of its kind in the world, is fast approaching. To it, political interest groups from all over Texas [...]
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    In another milestone for the Federal government, over the weekend, the national debt surpassed 21 trillion dollars. Despite having the GOP (those prognosticators of fiscal discipline) running every branch of government, the debt has grown [...]
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    Last night in a squeaker, Democrat Conor Lamb claimed victory over Republican Rick Saccone in a special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District. Though the race is still being considered as “too close to call,” [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Another week, another Trump administration official terminated. Much like a box of Kleenex, It seems that President Trump prefers his officials to be disposable. And, in the latest culling from administration, Rex Tillerson joins a growing list [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Texas has little in common with California. To the contrary, these two American titans enjoy an arch-rivalry that is unparalleled in the current Union of States. However, politics makes strange bed-fellows, and Texas and California [...]
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    There’s a curious thing about reading the foreign press on news from the states: not being directly impacted by that news, with the foreign press there can be less temptation to shape the story into [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Wednesday in a speech where he announced a DOJ lawsuit of the state of California, “There is no nullification. There is no secession.” “Federal law is ‘the supreme law of the land.’ [...]
  • Culture
    One hundred and eighty-two years ago today, the Alamo, being defended by no more than two hundred Texians from across world, fell to a superior force led by dictator General Antonio López de Santa Anna. Their [...]
  • Federal
    This past week, Donald Trump said a great many things that should give Texans reason to worry that the president is moving to the left on gun rights. In addition to his Wednesday comments on [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Texas Independence Day often takes a back seat to holidays such as July fourth, but it honestly shouldn’t. Without March second, there is no July fourth for Texans. And as the government in Washington turns [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Yesterday, President Donald Trump met with Congressional law-makers to discuss issues related to the recent shooting at a school in Florida. However, what he said has been called a “BETRAYAL” by conservatives like Ben Shapiro, [...]

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The End of Texas Piracy: SB 6 & Forced Annexation

February 28, 2018 0

(Updated 3/5/18) Last year, in smaller Texas counties like Kaufman and other areas that surround Mesquite and Pearland, you might have noticed the reported scrambling to collect residents’ signatures in order to block imminent land grabs from […]

Texas Corruption Games

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February 21, 2018 0

With early voting for the March 6, 2018 primary beginning, today I thought we’d focus on this years Texas Nationalist Movement’s endorsements. Each of the following received their endorsements through a process that began with […]