November 16, 2018
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    The Wall Street Journal recently put out an article on U.S. federal debt, and its findings are so bad that the government of Texas is running out of excuses for not side-stepping the federal government [...]
  • Perspective
    In the drama surrounding the firing of now former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, some interesting facts regarding his acting replacement have emerged. Specifically, the new Attorney General has in the past supported the right of [...]
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    A House Divided

    November 7, 2018 0
    In a midterm election result that surprised virtually no one, the Democrats take control of the House of Representatives while the Republicans increase their majority in the Senate. Though there are a few races that [...]
  • #TEXIT
    In a recent idle moment on Twitter, I came across a painting of Donald Trump. The image was of a sad-faced President cradling a tattered American flag in a football stadium, and it bore the [...]
  • Politics
    Facebook has opened what they are calling a “war room,” with the goal of stopping “the spread of misinformation and propaganda.” The so-called “war room” is a center of employees who have expertise in areas [...]
  • Culture
    As the Texas General Land Office and the city of San Antonio are finalizing their plans to “reimagine” the Alamo, including putting the 82-year-old cenotaph in jeopardy by removing it from the Alamo plaza, Texas [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Halloween is nearly upon us. And shortly after that, Texas will be faced with an equally scary event: election day. Early voting for the mid-term elections begins tomorrow, and while all eyes are fixed on [...]
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    Hillary Clinton is back in the news with the latest in her never-ending quest to regain power by reinventing herself along political trends. And what trend is she trying to get in front of now? [...]
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    If you thought that the Democrats had given up on their objective to undo the 2016 election in the wake of the so-called nothing-burger that the Russia investigation has turned out to be, guess again! [...]
  • Culture
    Two workers from Senator Ted Cruz’s campaign staff were hospitalized yesterday after being exposed to a powdery substance sent in a package to a Houston campaign location, an event happening shortly after the Pentagon received a [...]
  • #TEXIT
    Yesterday, I was listening to conservative political commentator Bill Whittle on his YouTube channel. His piece was entitled “Can’t We All Just Get Along?” a name which hearkened back to the LA riots of the [...]
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    Amazon reverses course after banning TEXIT book during Banned Books Week, restoring the title to their site for purchase. For some weeks, Amazon has been singling out TEXIT : How and Why Texas Will Leave [...]

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Amazon Shadowbans TEXIT

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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 […]

Federal Criminality: How Washington Targets Us

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August 29, 2018 0

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 […]