No. Texas already has its own government, and it will continue to be our government until the Texas Constitution is amended. After TEXIT, an independent
Transition To Independence
Simple arithmetic proves the ability of an independent Texas to fund a government at the same level that Texans are currently accustomed to if that’s
When it comes to the national debt, there is no softening the blow. When Texas leaves, it will have to take its share of the
There are already federal policies in place that governs non-citizens in the military. Every year, more than 8,000 non-citizens enlist in the United States armed
Texas is currently home to 15 military installations with an economic impact of around $150 billion. However, the military installations account for only $14 billion
There is a misconception that there can be no Texit without first having drafted and ratified a new constitution for an independent Republic of Texas.
How difficult will it be for Texas to transition from a state in the union to an independent nation?
Independence is not a single act embodied in a referendum. Independence is a state of being. The referendum is the first step in the process,