Texans are no strangers to natural disasters. Any notion that Texas needs FEMA is misinformation at best and a blatant lie at worst. It is important to remember that FEMA
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 Texas will absolutely have a
We have our own issues of bad governance in Austin. However, most of what is happening in our Capitol has flourished because of our continued membership in the United States.
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 what Texans want. Texans currently
Texas will operate in the same manner as other independent, self-governing nations. We will have our own ambassadors, embassies, trade missions, and consulates around the world.
Texas already has one of the best environmental protection systems through the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. Unlike the federal government, Texas has been able to balance environmental protection and
Since Texas schools are already eligible to compete in the NCAA, there should be no change. Not being a state in the United States should pose no obstacle. In 2010,
As it stands now, Texas has no authority to negotiate tariff rates while within the union. In fact, the vast majority of current trade agreements negotiated by the federal government