February 20, 2018
  • Perspective
    Another day, another surfacing black-mark on George P. Bush! I’m starting to think that Bush either unwisely dissed an old Gypsy woman or that Karma’s finally catching up with him, because it seems like the [...]
  • Politics
    Poor George! He just can’t seem to stay out of the headlines! Today, reported in the Tribune, it seems George P Bush, embattled General Land Office Commissioner, is now accused of owning a secret mansion, [...]
  • Culture
    Hot on the heels of allegations of impropriety, a leaked Alamo audit showing “potential shortcomings and discrepancies,” and even a request for an AG inquiry into his activities from Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller, [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Let me tell you a story… Once upon a time, there was a magical order of knights called Republicans. These knights were brave, bold, and dedicated to the quest of vanquishing an evil dragon called [...]
  • Perspective
    The first quarter meeting of the SREC of Texas was certainly a contentious one. While it had a full agenda, the most anticipated portion was definitely the vote on censuring the current Texas House Speaker [...]
  • Culture
    At long last, it appears that public outcry regarding the management and restoration of the Alamo is paying off. In December, lawmakers grilled Land Commissioner George P. Bush about the use of nearly a half-billion [...]
  • Culture
    Giant sports venues are often deemed the ideal time to put in a plug for upcoming movies, and this year’s Super Bowl was no exception. During a break in the game, viewers were treated to [...]
  • Federal
    Last week, the Senate rubber-stamped the re-authorization of Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). An overwhelming majority of 65 Senators voted to extend a program which was widely criticized by conservatives during [...]
  • #TEXIT
    It seems Austin has a case of the border-wall blues! In a move similar to other progressive-leaning metropoles, the Austin City Council “‘passed a resolution on Thursday that prohibits the city from doing business with contractors [...]
  • #TEXIT

    Divided We Stand

    January 31, 2018 1
    The following is a reader submission. It’s always a joy to get a well written and well-reasoned article from those in our audience, and this is no exception. I hope you will enjoy it, and I [...]
  • #TEXIT
    When the government shutdown came, many who recognize the existential problem with federal deficit spending met the dilemma with some cheerfulness. “At least Washington won’t be over-spending for a bit,” was the belief. However, Washington [...]
  • Perspective
    Texans tired of the corrupt and the back-stabbing status quo in Austin and the GOP were recently handed a bit of good news. Over the weekend, the soon to be former House Speaker, Joe Straus, [...]

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Where Does Texas Stand on Immigration?

January 29, 2018 1

Looks like a DACA deal is in the works between Trump and the Congress that’s got some Trump supporters calling the President Amnesty Don and burning their MAGA hats. Now, Texas’ hope that Trump would’ve […]

DACA Advocates Build a Human Wall at Disneyland

January 24, 2018 2

Two days ago, the Los Angeles Times was reporting that DACA recipients and their allies were blocking the entrance to Disneyland, in an attempt to bring attention to their concerns and convince enough politicians to […]

New California, Here We Come!

Global Exit
January 23, 2018 0

Independence in California is getting another face-lift! From time to time, the Texian Partisan has highlighted some of the independence movements coming out of the Golden State. We’ve focused on CALEXIT , a secession initiative that […]

The Government’s Shutdown, and I Feel Fine!

January 22, 2018 1

This past weekend, Republicans were unable to get a short term spending bill through the U.S. Senate, and the government “shutdown.” This is largely because Democrats wanted amnesty for illegal immigrants who qualified under Obama’s […]

Red Cross Double Cross

January 18, 2018 4

Last fall, as Hurricane Harvey dumped the last of its 60 inches of rain on the drenched Texas Gulf coast, volunteers from all over the Union poured in to help beleaguered Texans. As they collected, […]