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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 […]

Federal

Native Hawaiians Seek Local Rule

July 21, 2017 Jeff Thomason 4

Hawaiians of native decent are getting serious traction in asserting a right to local rule much along the line of American Indians tribes. Recently, the US Department of the Interior released an action to solicit […]

Culture

Kid Rock for Senate?

July 20, 2017 Jesse Newberry 1

Many have heard by now that Robert James Ritchie (aka Kid Rock) has announced his candidacy for U.S. Senate. He would represent his home state of Michigan. Is this a publicity stunt? Is he serious? […]

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Repeated Injuries and Usurpations: Part 2

July 5, 2017 Jeff Thomason 5

Yesterday, in part one of this article, I introduced the federal usurpations of our liberties that mirror those of King George III, in particular of our civil liberties. Today I conclude with infringements of our state sovereignty […]

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Repeated Injuries and Usurpations: Part 1

July 4, 2017 Jeff Thomason 3

In 2013, Senator Ted Cruz penned “The Legal Limit,” a series of papers that enumerated and characterized the expansion and overreach of the federal government. He titled the third segment “The Obama Administration’s Assault on Texas.” […]

Perspective

Re-Texanizing Texas History

June 16, 2017 Jeff Thomason 18

There has long been a trend, especially post Civil War, to re-imagine the War for Texas Independence as a proxy conflict between Washington D.C. and dictatorial rule south of the border. The narrative goes along […]

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