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Lessons For Texas From Mexico

July 18, 2017 Noah Smithwick 9

There’s a little town down in Mexico that freedom-lovers and fans of self-determination need to hear about.  The town of Cheran, population 20,000, in the Mexican state of Michoacan, has taken a proactive approach to […]

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Texan Culture: Part 2

July 8, 2017 Jesse Newberry 1

In part one of this article I defined “culture” and illustrated how Texans and others view our culture. In this second part, I discuss several other aspects of our culture before concluding. Our Music Music […]

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Texas IS Texan

July 6, 2017 Jessie Rude 8

One day, I was having a conversation with a buddy of mine from North Carolina. We were discussing the idea of Texas Independence. During our conversation, I brought up the question of whether or not […]

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Joe Straus Shunned by Greg Abbott

July 3, 2017 Ryan Thorson 56

Texas Speaker of the House Joe Straus may have just had his chair at the table yanked away by Governor Abbott. Reported this past week in Empower Texans, instead of making all his House-side preparations […]

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Texas Gold Returning to Texas

June 20, 2017 Andrew Piziali 10

“What are ‘dollars’ made of?” “Paper, your kingship.” “Paper!” replied the king incredulously, “You mean [Americans] prefer paper to gold and silver?” So goes the exchange between Minister of Justice Gorkey and King Igor II […]

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How do I Become Independent?

May 1, 2017 Noah Smithwick 0

Sometimes a week’s schedule gets tossed out by a little phrase.  In my case this week, it was, “why don’t we just take that shower down and put up some tile?”  It may be “let’s […]

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