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San Jacinto Day Celebration

April 23, 2018 Ryan Thorson 0

This past weekend, my family decided to observe San Jacinto Day where it all began, at the San Jacinto Battle Monument. Though rain constantly threatened to overtake the festivities, the weather never became so bad […]

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TEXIT Goes on Sale San Jacinto Day

March 29, 2018 Jeff Thomason 0

The ever-growing movement for Texas Independence is likely to get a big boost when a new book, TEXIT: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union, goes on sale April 21st. Written by Texas Nationalist Movement […]

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Happy Texas Independence Day

March 2, 2018 Ryan Thorson 0

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 […]

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George P. Bush Resigns From Alamo Trust

February 15, 2018 Ryan Thorson 0

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, […]

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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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Bigger in Texas: Dinosaurs!

February 7, 2018 Ryan Thorson 0

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 […]

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Divided We Stand

January 31, 2018 Roger Young 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 […]

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