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Independence Day: A Call to Action for Texans

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As we approach another July 4th, I find myself reflecting on the true meaning of this day. Independence Day is not just a time for barbecues and fireworks. It’s a solemn reminder of the brave men who, in 1776, declared their independence from a distant power that didn’t understand or respect their needs and aspirations.

The signers of the Declaration of Independence were representatives of 13 colonies, each with its own unique identity and interests. They were not founding a new country, but

 

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