Archive For The “Texas Nationalist Movement” Category

The Hottest Under-The-Radar Political Campaign In Texas

The Hottest Under-The-Radar Political Campaign In Texas

It is rare that the internal struggles of a major political party are contentious enough to draw public attention. After all, the participants are all members of the same organization. The differences between candidates are often so nuanced as to leave the outsider baffled as to why there is a contest at all. Sometimes the…

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U.S. Trade War Seems Certain, as Some Countries Pledge Counter-Tariffs

U.S. Trade War Seems Certain, as Some Countries Pledge Counter-Tariffs

This summer, headed to a community near you, Trade Wars: The Protectionist Menace! No, it’s not the latest sequel in a tired sci-fi film franchise, but rather the trade policy of the federal government. It seems as though President Trump wasn’t bluffing after all, as the world embraces for a trade war with the U.S….

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Abbott’s School Safety Plan Ignores Federal Enabling of Violence

Abbott’s School Safety Plan Ignores Federal Enabling of Violence

In the wake of the Santa Fe school shooting, Governor Abbott reveals a new plan to secure Texas schools, and he may even call for a special session of the legislature to get it done as soon as possible. However, is the way the governor’s addressing this issue also ignoring the federal elephant in the…

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Despite Washington, Texas Manufacturing Sets Records

Despite Washington, Texas Manufacturing Sets Records

Texas meteoric rise to the top continues! Recently, the Dallas Fed announced that the manufacturing expansion that has been occurring in the Lone-Star State has markedly accelerated. According to an article appearing in FXStreet, the Dallas federal reserve bank noted that: ‘Texas factory activity rose markedly in May, according to business executives responding to the…

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Federal Ruling on Trump’s Twitter: 1 More Example of Judicial Fiat

Federal Ruling on Trump’s Twitter: 1 More Example of Judicial Fiat

Just when you thought the federal judiciary couldn’t get any screwier, they find new ways to surprise you. Yesterday, federal Judge Naomi Buchwald ruled that President Donald Trump violated the first amendment by blocking users on Twitter. The crux of the ruling centered on the assertion that Trump’s tweets were “’governmental in nature’” and should…

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Our Interview With Apostle Claver of “Raging Elephants”

Our Interview With Apostle Claver of “Raging Elephants”

A battle is only as good as the soldiers that fight it; any general could tell you that. When it comes to the struggle to preserve Texas’ values and quality of life from the federal monster, this is equally true. One important voice for independence and general Liberty concerns is the Houston area internet radio…

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Three Contenders for Texas House Speaker

Three Contenders for Texas House Speaker

The Texas Tribune is reporting on a handful of candidates who have thrown their hat in the ring to replace outgoing Texas Speaker of the House Joe Straus. While there’s no declared candidate that could be considered an easy choice for Texans who support traditional liberties, not to mention those wanting a referendum on the…

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RPT Chair Contender Cindy Asche: a Solution in Search of Problem

RPT Chair Contender Cindy Asche: a Solution in Search of Problem

Last summer, the grass-roots of the Texas Republican Party achieved what amounted to a political coup by voting for James Dickey to be the new RPT Chairmant. Tom Mechler, Dickey’s predecessor, was largely seen as representing the establishment/Straus wing of the RPT, those interested in holding power, but less interested in implementing the party’s stated…

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Independence Gains Ground: from Europe to California

Independence Gains Ground: from Europe to California

Wherever you go in this wide world, there is a palpable awe that is unmistakable. Though the globalist elites from the U.S. to the E.U. want to pretend that it doesn’t exist, there is a growing ethos of Liberty, pulling the nations of the Earth away from giant, bloated Unions to decentralized nations where the…

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FaceExit and TEXIT: Self-Determination in the Micro and Macro

FaceExit and TEXIT: Self-Determination in the Micro and Macro

It is no secret to the technologically advanced world that Facebook, the social media platform, has recently fallen under much scrutiny over user privacy issues and data-mining.  Additionally, the platform has also been severely criticized for adding a variety of obstacles to suppress non left-wing political content, making it difficult for its producers to reach…

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“TEXIT” Author Daniel Miller Takes on Globalism on Josh Tolley Show

“TEXIT” Author Daniel Miller Takes on Globalism on Josh Tolley Show

Tuesday May 8th, Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller continued on the media book tour for his new release, Texit : Why and How Texas Will Leave The Union. This time, he took his message to the newly unfrozen tundra of Wisconsin and the Josh Tolley Show, and one of the big topics of this…

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Scotland Once Again Wants, “FREEEEEDDOMMM!”

Scotland Once Again Wants, “FREEEEEDDOMMM!”

The nationalist wave that has swept over Europe and the world isn’t done yet, as tens of thousands take to the streets in Glasgow to promote a second referendum on Scottish independence. According to the Guardian, last Saturday (May fifth) was the first in a series of public demonstrations that will continue “at regular intervals”…

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Yes, They ARE Coming For Your Guns

Yes, They ARE Coming For Your Guns

The debate over the merits of gun-control (or lack, thereof) has been spread over the decades in the USA. The pattern is familiar: a politically exploitable tragedy occurs involving fire arms; those that want to preserve the right to bear arms are quick to remind the public how extremely rare these events are and how…

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Could the Murder of Alfie Evans Happen in Texas?

Could the Murder of Alfie Evans Happen in Texas?

Recently, Texans watched the news, horrified, as the state-run healthcare system in the United Kingdom demonstrated how they can supersede parental authority by killing two-year-old Alfie Evans. The sick boy had his ventilator removed by court order, and although Alfie continued to fight for his little life, the boy ultimately lost his battle, dying five days…

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Texas Voter ID Law Upheld… For Now

Texas Voter ID Law Upheld… For Now

Friday the 27th, in a bit of good news for those wanting to protect the integrity of Texas elections, a federal appellate court ruled that Texas’ voter ID law was not discriminatory towards Hispanic and black Texans, as its challengers alleged. This two to one decision by the Fifth Circuit overturns a prior verdict striking…

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An Independent Texas Economy?

An Independent Texas Economy?

A common objection to Texas independence is that our economy cannot support itself independent of the United States. Just yesterday, as my friend Lee and I drove into the Arizona wilderness to scope out some plinking spots, he insisted the Texas economy is dependent on billions of federal dollars and would not survive without them….

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Ken Paxton on Migrant Caravan: “They’re Taking Advantage…”

Ken Paxton on Migrant Caravan: “They’re Taking Advantage…”

A caravan of under 1,000 would-be U.S. immigrants from southern American countries arrived Friday at the U.S./Mexico border, being escorted there by Mexican police. There the “asylum” seekers were informed by lawers on “the U.S. immigration system,” and are were sheltered in place while demanding entry at the Californian portion of the border. U.S. President…

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Executive War Powers: Light Years from Constitution

Executive War Powers: Light Years from Constitution

On April 5th, President Donald Trump unilaterally ordered a missile strike on Syria. And, in an increasingly common tradition for American presidents, the military action was neither executed with the consent of congress, nor was it in response to any attack on the United States. While lobbing a few projectiles from afar seemed the limit…

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Californian Civil War?

Californian Civil War?

California has found itself embroiled in an internal conflict over illegal immigration, and it doesn’t look like it will be resolved anytime soon. The Trump administration has been more vigorous in enforcing existing federal law on immigration than some previous administrations. Trump has called for an end to the sanctuary policies: where the locally established…

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South Texas Man Gets 50 Years for Grand Theft Fajita!

South Texas Man Gets 50 Years for Grand Theft Fajita!

The media is currently abuzz with what might be Texas’ new crime-of-the-century! This past Friday, A South Texas Man received 50 years in prison for stealing and reselling $1.2 million in fajitas! Gilberto Escaramilla, former employee at the kitchen for the Cameron County Juvenile Justice Department and convicted tex-mex klepto extraordinaire, was sentenced to multiple decades in prison for…

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