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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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 […]

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