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Bush’s Tangled Web Finally Unraveling

February 12, 2018 Jeff Thomason 0

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 […]

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What is Texas to You?

January 17, 2018 Jeff Thomason 1

Years ago, I visited Scotland and spent a couple weeks mingling with people that hadn’t yet sought a referendum on independence from the United Kingdom. One of the first questions I got from the locals […]

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San Antonio Tricentennial

January 11, 2018 Jeff Thomason 0

300 years ago this year, the city of San Antonio had it’s earliest beginings. Since then, the old city has seen its share of significant historical events, so let’s take a few moments and look […]

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Appeal for the Cenotaph

December 27, 2017 Jeff Thomason 1

In true political fashion, Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush has changed his publicly stated opinion regarding the transformation of the Alamo site without recognizing previous statements. Recently, Bush granted an interview with Michael Quinn […]

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Texas Monthly Warming to Independence

November 14, 2017 Jeff Thomason 0

Recently, the fairly Austintatious periodical Texas Monthly did a piece on Texas Independence, and of all the left-of-center press that’s ever covered the topic in my memory, I must say that Texas Monthly almost seemed […]

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