Archive For The “Texas Nationalist Movement” Category

Texas is a “Global Oil Superpower,” CNN Says

Texas is a “Global Oil Superpower,” CNN Says

With the shale oil-boom, Texas may be on track to becoming one of the top oil producers in the world! Forget about the Middle East, the real story on the oil market is right here in Texas! CNN is now calling Texas a “global oil superpower,” and that it could soon sprint past both Iran…

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Self-Determination For Sound Money

Self-Determination For Sound Money

$20 U.S. Gold Eagle You just placed a fine 3-piece suit on the cashier’s counter, noticing a 1913 calendar under the glass. The $20.00 price tag seems a bit high, but you value the suit more than the one ounce gold piece in your pocket. While the cashier calculates your bill, the year on the…

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Senator McCain’s Office Encouraged IRS Abuse

Senator McCain’s Office Encouraged IRS Abuse

Here’s a story that’s been out a few weeks but hasn’t received the attention it deserves. In late June, Judicial Watch reported on documents it received showing that Republicans, as well as Democrats, approved of the IRS’s political targeting of American citizens. You may remember the IRS scandal under the Obama administration where, after safely…

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The Left Turns on the First Amendment

The Left Turns on the First Amendment

Recently, the New York Times printed an opinion piece by one of their reporters, Adam Liptak, focusing on the left and their growing discomfort with the freedoms contained in the First Amendment. The inescapable conclusion of his article was that a growing number of progressives see the First Amendment as being too flawed to be…

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Dependence Day

Dependence Day

It’s July fourth. Across the U.S., people are firing-up the BBQ or making plans to watch their local fireworks display in celebration of “Independence Day.” In Texas, it is no different. Even now, Texans bedecked in red, white, and blue crowd the local Wal-Mart for those last items they need for their “Independence Day” party….

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The Kennedy Vacancy and the Game of Judicial Tyranny

The Kennedy Vacancy and the Game of Judicial Tyranny

Surprising many on both sides of the political aisle, recently, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement at the end of July, leaving a vacancy for President Trump to fill on the Union’s highest court. However good this news may sound to Texans hoping to end progressive domination of SCOTUS, celebration may be a…

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Self-Determination For Pre-Born Life

Self-Determination For Pre-Born Life

On January 22, 1973 the United States Supreme Court decided in the case of Roe v. Wade that the state of Texas may not prohibit a woman from killing her unborn child. Today, those Texans who want to protect the lives of unborn Texans have three options: overturn Roe v. Wade, pass the Life at Conception…

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Self-Determination For Pre-Born Life

Self-Determination For Pre-Born Life

On January 22, 1973 the United States Supreme Court decided in the case of Roe v. Wade that the state of Texas may not prohibit a woman from killing her unborn child. Today, those Texans who want to protect the lives of unborn Texans have three options: overturn Roe v. Wade, pass the Life at…

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Washington to Grab-up Texas Land in the Rio Grande Valley

Washington to Grab-up Texas Land in the Rio Grande Valley

The federal government is prepping to seize private Texas land in the Rio Grande Valley for the construction of new border protections, according to some reports. While many Texans support the construction of such a barrier, this move may be at best premature. One of the least appealing traits of President Trump is his enthusiasm…

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Georgia Thinking of Secession… From Itself

Georgia Thinking of Secession… From Itself

With much of the attention on California and its internal woes, here’s a secession story that you may have missed from the heart of the South. This one, all Texans should take note of. Reported in Politically Georgia, in Pierce County, local Republican leaders and a notable amount of the party “want the counties south…

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RPT Convention Overview

RPT Convention Overview

Like the circus that blows through town, and almost as entertaining, another RPT convention has come and gone and the Texas Republican Party’s preeminent event of the year made a big splash at San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center. Let’s take a quick look at some notable notables from the biennial event that’s purported…

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California: 3-State Solution or Independence?

California: 3-State Solution or Independence?

In the midst of the struggle between California and the federal government, as well as the struggle between California and itself, a possible solution has emerged: Split California into three separate U.S. states. While California has over the years toyed with various movements involving secession and independence, this current three-state solution has an advantage over…

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Land of the Tejas

Land of the Tejas

If you’re a native Texan, you may have never paid attention to those ubiquitous “Drive Friendly—The Texas Way” signs. However, if you’re a transplant like me, when you first encountered one, the sign may have struck you as unusual and, well, friendly! There is a story behind that slogan that goes deep into the heart…

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George P. Bush Booed at RPT Convention

George P. Bush Booed at RPT Convention

This year’s convention for the Republican Party of Texas has been a lively one, having its share of notable energetic moments, not the least of which was James Dickey’s re-election over the best efforts of challenger Cindy Asche. Over the course of the next week, Texian Partisan will be recounting some of the highlights from…

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United State’s Dangerous Mixed Signals on Illegal Immigration

United State’s Dangerous Mixed Signals on Illegal Immigration

In another apparent case of human-trafficking along the Texas/Mexico border, Fox News is reporting on a truck full of illegal immigrants that was last night discovered near the airport in San Antonio. San Antonio authorities responded to a report of a parked truck on the North-side, only to discover that 55 illegal immigrants were inside. All of…

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The Federal Threat to Religious Liberty: What’s Abbott Prepared To Do?

The Federal Threat to Religious Liberty: What’s Abbott Prepared To Do?

Today, Texas Governor Gregg Abbott spoke to the Southern Baptist Convention in Dallas. His message to the assembled: The United States is in a crisis with some trying to “’silence the faithful and remove God from the public square.” The AP story that reported on this doesn’t go into specifics. It just sort of leaves…

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AG Sessions Forfeits on DACA

AG Sessions Forfeits on DACA

The Justice Department under Jeff Sessions has announced that it will not contest a Texas-led lawsuit challenging DACA. While many in Texas will greet this decision with enthusiasm, it was needlessly drawn-out, owing its conclusion more to the leadership of the states than from the White House. The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (or DACA)…

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American Hustle: The Social Security Ponzi Scheme

American Hustle: The Social Security Ponzi Scheme

On June first, a federal judge set the date for the sentencing of Texas District 19’s current State Senator, Carlos Uresti. Later this month, on the 28th, Uresti will find out what penalty he’ll pay for his role in the Four Winds Ponzi scheme. While it’s nice to know that office holders that break the…

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Texas Fort Knox Opens: 1 More Reason We Don’t Need D.C.

Texas Fort Knox Opens: 1 More Reason We Don’t Need D.C.

After years of waiting, the day has finally arrived! The Texas Bullion Depository is now open! Originally proposed in 2013, the 23,000 square foot Leander vault was created by the passage of HB 483 in 2015. Although it will function to help private citizens store their own gold there, since the day he signed it…

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Abbott Tasks Straus and Democrats with Gun-Control Measure

Abbott Tasks Straus and Democrats with Gun-Control Measure

Last week, Texian Partisan reported on Governor Abbott’s school safety proposal, one that failed to address the role federal agencies play in the perpetuation of gun violence while also raising concerns for the gun and due-process rights of Texans. Since then, there have been more disturbing developments, bringing into question the governor’s judgement and what…

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