Archive For The “Texas Nationalist Movement” Category

Catalan’s Ex-President Released From German Prison

Catalan’s Ex-President Released From German Prison

Thursday, April 5th, German authorities released Carles Puigdemont on bail while the court considers his extradition to Spain to stand trial on charges of “rebellion and misuse of public funds in organizing an unauthorized referendum” during Catalan’s attempted secession from Spain. The former leader has been living in exile since the Spanish government imposed direct…

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Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off: Splitting Up the USA

Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off: Splitting Up the USA

Divorce is rarely a happy occasion. It can be a strain on all involved, particularly children. However, at times it is necessary. This is principally true where there is abuse, theft, and infidelity in the relationship. Sometimes people change for the worse (or at least put down their masks), and in a moment of clarity…

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1000 Minutes: a Closer Look at the Omnibus Treachery

1000 Minutes: a Closer Look at the Omnibus Treachery

House Members had a mere 1000 minutes to consume 2232 pages, detailing 1.3 TRILLION in new spending. Despite the promises by Republicans to provide at least 72 hours for members to read new bills, the bill sailed through the House and the budget-busting monstrosity was signed by President Trump on March 23. At the time,…

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Secession: South Carolina’s Gun-Grab Solution

Secession: South Carolina’s Gun-Grab Solution

Fear that the federal government will soon start confiscating firearms is causing one U.S. state to consider seceding from the Union. Unfortunately, it’s not Texas. This past week, the fifth of April, Rep. Mike Pitts and two sponsors introduced a bill to the South Carolina legislature calling for secession from the Union if the federal…

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Farewell to Arms: How the Media & Both Parties Work to Kill 2A

Farewell to Arms: How the Media & Both Parties Work to Kill 2A

Yesterday, the grounds around the YouTube campus were attacked in yet another shooting perpetrated by a deranged gunman. The event ended with the injury of several people and the shooter’s suicide. Some in mainstream media, and certainly the celebrities on social media, were quick to give their hot-takes on who this right-wing gun-nut was, only…

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TNM’s Daniel Miller on Globalism, Texit, and His New Book

TNM’s Daniel Miller on Globalism, Texit, and His New Book

Daniel Miller, President of the Texas Nationalist Movement, made a couple of recent media appearances to promote the April 21st release of his book, Texit: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union. On the Gary Rivers Show, a radio talk-show from Canton Ohio, Daniel talked about the movement for Texas independence and how it…

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Arrested Catalan Ex-President Remains Defiant

Arrested Catalan Ex-President Remains Defiant

After being arrested in Germany on Spanish charges of sedition and others, the BBC is reporting that Carles Puigdemont is urging Catalan to continue press their case before the U.N. and the world. Speaking from prison in Neumünster, Puigdemont said the following: “We cannot let down our guard before a state that is becoming more…

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Thanks to Washington, a Penny Now Costs $1.82

Thanks to Washington, a Penny Now Costs $1.82

How much would you pay for a penny? I know it sounds like a trick question! After all, how could the answer be anything other than one cent? Well, you might be surprised to know that the federal government pays $1.82 for every penny it makes, and prices are rising. According to an article published…

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TEXIT Goes on Sale San Jacinto Day

TEXIT Goes on Sale San Jacinto Day

Frame-grab from Amazon.com’s “Best Sellers” list for “Political Party” books. The ever-growing movement for Texas Independence is likely to get a big boost when a new book, TEXIT: Why and How Texas Will Leave the Union, goes on sale April 21st. Written by Texas Nationalist Movement President Daniel Miller, this book discusses the motivations, process, and…

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California’s AG Threatens Arrest of OC Sheriff for Aiding ICE

California’s AG Threatens Arrest of OC Sheriff for Aiding ICE

There’s been a showdown building-up between California and Washington D.C. on immigration, but now there’s also internal strife over this issue gathering within the Golden State. The sheriff of the more conservative Orange County has indicated he will comply with the county’s decision to go around recent state law and continue cooperating with ICE and…

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182nd Anniversary of the Goliad Massacre

182nd Anniversary of the Goliad Massacre

March 6th, 1836, The Alamo had fallen. To the last man, its defenders perished against the onslaught of the Mexican army that had besieged the old fortress. General Sam Houston sent orders to Colonel Fannin and his 400-strong Texian force in nearby Goliad to abandon their position there before the Mexican troops arrived… He did…

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Trump Spending Bill Fiasco Has Supporters Jumping the Train

Trump Spending Bill Fiasco Has Supporters Jumping the Train

The fallout continues in the wake of Trump’s Friday signing of the omnibus bill, one of the largest single spending bill in U.S. history. Social media is abuzz with more and more Trump supporters repenting their support ofthe 45th President of United States. “Getting p*ssed at the POTUS I vote for. Selling his supporters down…

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Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Omnibus Bill

Trump Signs $1.3 Trillion Omnibus Bill

His supporters said he wouldn’t do it. He said he wouldn’t do it. Now, the days of speculation on whether or not Trump was going head-fake on signing this 2,232-page monstrosity are over, because… HE DID IT! That’s right! Trump’s threat of a veto was absolutely empty. After clearing the House and the Senate yesterday,…

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TNM & RPT: Past and Future, Part 1

TNM & RPT: Past and Future, Part 1

June 14th, the first day of the Republican Party of Texas Convention, one of the biggest gatherings of its kind in the world, is fast approaching. To it, political interest groups from all over Texas will be gathering to try to garner support for the causes they believe in. Among these disparate interest-groups will be…

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National Debt Grows 5% Under Trump & GOP

National Debt Grows 5% Under Trump & GOP

In another milestone for the Federal government, over the weekend, the national debt surpassed 21 trillion dollars. Despite having the GOP (those prognosticators of fiscal discipline) running every branch of government, the debt has grown 5%, or 1.1T since Donald Trump took office in January 2017. Nearly half of this increase has occurred since February…

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Democrats “Claiming” Victory in PA-18 Special Election

Democrats “Claiming” Victory in PA-18 Special Election

Last night in a squeaker, Democrat Conor Lamb claimed victory over Republican Rick Saccone in a special election for Pennsylvania’s 18th Congressional District. Though the race is still being considered as “too close to call,” the fact that this very red district is even being disputed is an ominous sign for Republicans hoping to hold…

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SoS Tillerson Latest Trump Firing

SoS Tillerson Latest Trump Firing

Another week, another Trump administration official terminated. Much like a box of Kleenex, It seems that President Trump prefers his officials to be disposable. And, in the latest culling from administration, Rex Tillerson joins a growing list of former administration officials who’ve shuffled-off the executive coil. With so many errors like these, Texas and the other states…

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Texas and California: Unlikely Partners?

Texas and California: Unlikely Partners?

Texas has little in common with California. To the contrary, these two American titans enjoy an arch-rivalry that is unparalleled in the current Union of States. However, politics makes strange bed-fellows, and Texas and California do currently share one important thing that could lay the ground-work for future cooperation: a growing belief that our futures…

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Latin American Press Covers ‘Texit’ and Gets It Right!

Latin American Press Covers ‘Texit’ and Gets It Right!

There’s a curious thing about reading news in the foreign press on the news from the states: not being directly impacted by that news, with the foreign press there can be less temptation to shape the story into a narrative that feeds the biases of the reporter. Because of this, you sometimes get some impartial…

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Sessions Attacks Legal Secession. Here’s Why He’s Wrong

Sessions Attacks Legal Secession. Here’s Why He’s Wrong

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Wednesday in a speech where he announced a DOJ lawsuit of the state of California, “There is no nullification. There is no secession.” “Federal law is ‘the supreme law of the land.’ I would invite any doubters to Gettysburg, and to the graves of John C. Calhoun and Abraham Lincoln.” The Department…

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