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Today the word “state” dilutes to mean a subdivision of a nation. Originally, it meant something far different. When we hear Texans nostalgically gloating about our state’s right to secede (which we lost due to our participation in the Civil War) they are close to the original content of the word “state” since Texas was once an independent republic, or nation, as were all the newly independent colonies. more
Students have gone back to school and we will soon celebrate Labor Day saying goodbye to the summer. I hope that you have a safe and enjoyable weekend with your friends and family. Here are five things happening around your state this month: more
With all the discussion about race and the violence blamed on injustice during this election season, there’s got to be a lesson for today somewhere in George Mason’s life. more
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