Culture

We Are Not “Those” Nationalists

August 22, 2017 Noah Smithwick 19

So-called white nationalists have made the news lately with a mix of bigoted speech and violence, a throwback to earlier times of racial protest. While most in the Union can easily condemn these demonstrations, this is […]

Culture

Six Flags Over Texas No More?

August 21, 2017 Ryan Thorson 65

As this past weekend fell, Texans were delivered a bit of a surprise when the amusement-park chain, Six Flags, announced and implemented their plan to remove and replace the flags of their namesake. For those […]

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High Time to Oust Straus

August 15, 2017 Jeff Thomason 20

Governor Greg Abbott has a new nemesis who threatens to upend his agenda for the Texas 85th Texas Legislature and even his 2018 re-election campaign. Thankfully for the Texas Nationalist Movement, the Governor’s adversary is […]

Economy

Texas Getting a New Oil Refinery

August 8, 2017 Noah Smithwick 2

Texas’ economy has been strong for many years on the strength of a diverse mix of exports, manufacturing, and agricultural products, and because of our low-tax and low-regulatory philosophy. Texas most recently ranked as 10th […]

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