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Greg Abbott Continues to Hurt Texas Businesses While State Representatives Begin To Strike Back

If Greg Abbott has proven anything, he has shown his ineptitude at difficult leadership decisions. He has always cared more about poll numbers than doing …

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The Alamo Cenotaph

Will The Texas Historical Commission Vote To Move The Alamo Cenotaph?

The Texas Historical Commission is meeting today to vote on whether or not to approve the moving of the Alamo Cenotaph. Watch it here. UPDATE …

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The People of Texas v Greg Abbott

Texans deserve an opportunity to decide whether Texas should be governed by Texans or by unelected bureaucrats a thousand miles away, or even by bureaucrats …

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Texas High-Speed Rail proposed route

Texas High-Speed Rail Debacle Swindles Land And Hands It To Foreign Government

The opaque and bloated project to bring high-speed rail to Texas has its critics. But the project’s heavy-handed tactics against Texas landowners may be eclipsed …

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The Texas Nationalist Movement was launched in 2005 to secure and protect the political, cultural and economic independence of Texas. We believe that the best people to govern Texas are Texans and not the 2.5 million unelected bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. nor the entrenched political class in Austin.


Those opposed to seeing Texans govern themselves would like you to think that getting a vote on TEXIT is impossible. However, we’ve been close many times recently. Find out what the pundits, politicians, and the pollsters won’t tell you.