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Texas Nationalism: The Hill I Will Die On

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If you are offended by the word “nationalist,” there are only two possibilities. Either you are a globalist, or you don’t truly comprehend how big the fight for our freedom really is.

Sitting right smack in the middle of the name of the organization to which I have given the last 17 years of my life is a word that has been maligned by those who oppose everything I, and most other Texans, value dearly. The truth is that some people have a freakish aversion to the word “nationalist” t


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