Culture

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 […]

Culture

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 […]

Culture

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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Texas Wind Energy Reaches New Heights

November 28, 2017 Ryan Thorson 1

The Chron is reporting that energy produced through wind has overtaken coal to become the second biggest energy resource in Texas. The article states, “When a 155-megawatt wind farm in West Texas began commercial operation this month, […]

Federal

FEMA Confiscations: Legalized Theft

November 6, 2017 Abby Samuels 1

Scan the comment section of any Texian Partisan article about FEMA and you will see fellow citizens sharing their own experiences or the second-hand stories of friends who stood prepared to help in the aftermath […]

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