More evidence the TEXIT group is not truly serious | Abbott seizes part of Eagle Pass – Pratt on Texas 1/11/2024

The news of Texas covered today includes:

Our Lone Star story of the day: The Texas Nationalist Movement has, in my opinion, wrongly been trying to use the Republican Party of Texas to do its bidding. Upset that TEXIT couldn’t put its resolution on the Republican Party primary ballot, the group went to the Supreme Court for relief but the Texas Supreme Court denied its mandamus petition. Now the group has gone to a Democrat Travis County district court to try and get a TRO to stop GOP ballots from being printed without its resolution.

All you need know about the authentic serious of this group is summed up in this from The Texan:

“Thirteen days after the rejection, TNM asked the state Supreme Court to overrule the RPT and order that proposition’s placement on the ballot, stating, “[We] filed this petition directly with the Texas Supreme Court because time is of the essence.” TNM’s attorney Paul Davis previously said the filing delay occurred because the rejection came while he was on a pre-scheduled vacation.” – emphasis added.

Much other political and campaign news.

Our Lone Star story of the day is sponsored by Allied Compliance Services providing the best service in DOT, business and personal drug and alcohol testing since 1995.

Yesterday I said Lubbock conservatives need a candidate for city council District 3 with proven conservative councilman Mark McBrayer running for mayor. David Glasheen, last of the bitter HD84 race, has now filed for District 3.

Not treating Eagle Pass the way Governor Abbott says the Feds should treat Texas: Texas takes control of city park in Eagle Pass over illegal immigration, surprising mayor.

The latest from Current Revolt: Of Course: Texas Taxpayers Fund Sex Fetish Club.

Two abortion stories from Hearst I discuss:

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