The New Battle for the Alamo

February 15, 2017 Ryan Thorson 4

Beginning last Saturday, the Alamo once again became a battleground when members of the TNM Alamo Guard were prevented by the Alamo Complex Management from conducting their monthly memorial for the martyrs of the Texas Revolution. […]


The Story of Two Polls

January 25, 2017 Andrew Piziali 0

Are the priorities of Americans in general and Texans particularly at odds with one another? And if so, are decisions in Washington really in the best interest of Texans? Two recent poll results support the […]


Their Oath and a Vote on Independence

January 16, 2017 0

On the opening day of the legislative session, Texas Representatives and Senators raised their right hand and swore an oath. Not only was that oath to the Constitution of the United States, but also to […]

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