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Missouri woman notices Texas nationalism on display at inauguration

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Townhall.com published an editorial from Kimberly Fletcher, a Missouri woman who attended the Texas inauguration ceremonies last week.  Her perspective on Texas highlights what we call “Texas nationalism,” our national pride that’s visible even to outsiders.  

The editorial, published here in its entirety, does not represent the views of the Texian Partisan.  She doesn’t call our pride “nationalism” like we would, but even as an outsider, she can see it. 

 

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