Posts Tagged sovereignty

DC Police Open Office In Texas

From Texas Nationalist Movement:

The recent announcement by the U.S. Capitol Police to open regional field offices across the country, including in Texas, is a stark reminder of the overreach of federal power and the urgent need for Texas independence. The Texas Nationalist Movement strongly condemns this blatant disregard for state sovereignty.

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Independence Is All Or Nothing

From National Review:

It is obvious that Russia’s attempt to dictate to Ukraine what alliances it may join and what kind of foreign relations it may pursue is a limit on Ukrainian sovereignty. But it is also a limit on American sovereignty, British sovereignty, German sovereignty, French sovereignty, and the sovereignty of every other NATO country. An alliance is a two-way relationship, and if Moscow has the power to foreclose it on one end, it has the power to foreclose it on the other end. We must not cede such power to Moscow.

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Texas’s Duty To Enforce The Border

From The Federalist:

Because our states are sovereigns — with their own constitutions, laws, and obligations to their citizens — and not mere appendages of our federal government, they are authorized to wield substantial, non-symbolic power within their own territories. An assertion that states function in a realm of permission-based or symbolic authority is just flat wrong.

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Trump To Repeal UN Arms Treaty


Today in front of 15,000 NRA members, President Trump  once again demonstrated his commitment to our Second Amendment freedoms and  American Sovereignty. His commitment to un-sign the anti-gun United Nations Arms Trade Treaty that was forced on us by John Kerry and Barrack Obama…

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