Late last week, a federal judge ruled in favor of the plaintiffs concerning the Red River land grab!
Those of you who have been regular readers of the Texian Partisan might remember our series on this topic (1, 2, 3), where we detailed the federal government’s appropriation of nearly a hundred thousand acres of privately owned Texas land, in contravention of long-standing treaty. With the announcement of a settlement, the land taken along the Red River now reverts back to the land-owners, and the jurisdiction over that land reverts back to Texas.
This is very good news, not only for the land-owners involved, but for all Texans who care about Texas sovereignty. Certainly, law was on the side of Texas from the beginning, but this still could have very easily gone wrong. When dealing with federal bureaucrats and judges, often the law isn’t the main concerning factor, but rather the political ends sought. But for once, the federal government FINALLY did the right thing in withdrawing its claim. Today, Texas wins.
Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement had this to say about the court’s acceptance of a settlement in the case:
Read more at the Texian Partisan
(The opinions in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of Southern Nation News or SN.O.)