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WA Delegate (non-executive): The Incorporated NationStates of NewTexas (elected 9 years 356 days ago)

Founder: The Incorporated NationStates of NewTexas

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Texas, founded in 2002, is a large, proud, friendly region where freedom is one of its greatest resources. It is home to many diverse nations. Texas has a Government, Constitution, and Elections. Come on down!


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Lieutenant Governor - The Gigantic Frozen Igloo of Studly Penguins
Secretary of State - The Holy Empire of Richard
Secretary of Defense - The Federation of Amandil
Secretary of WA Affairs - The No Man's Land of No TV and No Beer

Submit diplomacy requests to the Secretary of State. No one-nation regions, no new regions, and no raiders or friends of raiders.
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Embassies: Wysteria, The Heartland, 10000 Islands, Yggdrasil, Antarctic Oasis, Monkey Island, Liberty Alliance, North Pacific, The Black Market, Kittens Sanctuary, Ulthar, Malibu Islands, Global Right Alliance, Spiritus, Renegade Islands Alliance, Nasicournia, and 2 others.The Exodus, and Canada.

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Regional Power: Very High

Texas contains 159 nations, the 67th most in the world.

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The Greatest Rich-Poor Divides in Texas

Nations ranked highly have large gaps between the incomes of rich and poor citizens. Nations low on the list have high levels of income equality.

As a region, Texas is ranked 6,122nd in the world for Greatest Rich-Poor Divides.

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11.The Texas Republic of WireisdeadCapitalizt“Prosperitas Pro Pauci Est Palma Pro Totus!!”
12.The Ethereal Spaceship of LtlaliensCapitalist Paradise“We Will Crush All Who Stand Against Us”
13.The Planetary System of The Promethean FistsCorporate Bordello“Fly high, drive hard, charge forward”
14.The Space-Borne Republic of The Stars At NightCapitalist Paradise“We Shine So Bright!”
15.The Gun Toting Redneck Utopia of Agustus DunphyCorporate Police State“Screw it.”
16.The Holy Empire of DogbreathistanCapitalizt“Nation created for the TNP purge 3MAR2010”
17.The Confederate States of Ole DixielandCapitalist Paradise“Deo Vindice”
18.The Dominion of Darth ChocolateCapitalist Paradise“Rich and Creamy”
19.The Barnes-Free Conglomerate of Ewing Oil CoWA MemberCompulsory Consumerist State“In J.R. We Trust”
20.The Cowboy Polka Band of TexaslovakiaCapitalizt“Don't mess with Texaslovakia”
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Lets all celebrate Princessa maria de la rosa's birthday!

Ranked 1st in most average yay!

Hey let's give a whoop as the Aggies are now 3-0 after beating Rice.

I don't like the WA passes laws that affact my nation even when I don't want it. I'm going to resign my position for now.

The Armed Republic of Corbtopia wrote:ISIL hullabaloo got your citizens feeling uneasy? Why not arm them with our sale of top-of-the-line, 12 gauge, double barreled Remingtons courtest of S-Mart? Save big by purchasing in bulk from Corbtopia and we'll also include the first Million shipments of cartridges absolutely free! A dollar in every pocket, and a boomstick in every hand, that's our motto!

Just call them Al-Qaeda. They're the exact same organization, the only difference being that they were renamed to confuse people.

Except al-Qaeda still exists, and manages to be less extreme.

**** New WA Resolution Notification *****

There is currently a new Security Council Resolution at vote. When expressing your opinion, please note which Resolution it is for. And remember Texans, your individual vote does count!

The new Resolution is called:
"Repeal "Liberate Liberal Haven"
A resolution to repeal previously passed legislation.

Category: Repeal Resolution: SC#144 Proposed by: Corrupt Communists

Description: WA Security Council Resolution #144: Liberate Liberal Haven shall be struck"...

<see page=sc for full text>

Ugh! Here is another example of the invader/raider community attempting to get involved in the Security Council for their own nefarious plans. The author of this one is appaarently an alleged invader. We do not trust them, so we are not going to risk letting invaders lock it down and having to go through this whole process over again. NewTexas will go on record as AGAINST on this Resolution. This is only the opinion of NewTexas. We look forward to other Texans' opinions and comments on this Resolution. If good arguments to the contrary are made, we will reconsider our position.

The Texas response was up on the last SC vote -- Liberate The Black Riders -- which was defeated after gaining only 22.36% of the vote. As a reminder, all we are looking for is a simple 10% of Texans to say one way or another. We are a force for change in the WA. Every vote counts! There were 9 publicly-expressed opinions on the last Resolution with the final Texas tally running 1 FOR and 6 AGAINST and 2 ABSTAIN and 0 UNDECIDED. Texans were kind of split on that one.

Note: NewTexas has already voted on this Resolution in advance of publicly expressed opinions. We did this at the urging of many leaders in the World Assembly. As we have been saying for years, Texas is a force in the WA. Many feel that Texas can influence the overall vote if it votes first. There is an observed "lemming effect" that occurs during voting. Apparently a large number of votes are cast based on whichever side of the issue is leading when voters vote. Therefore, to get the most impact from our vote, we are now voting first. We will re-evaluate our original vote at midnight prior to the current vote. As always, we are open to suggestions on how we should vote on this Resolution to most accurately reflect opinion of the populace. Comments are welcome from all nations, both WA Members as well as those who are not. Please make your voice heard on the current issue either on this message board or on our offsite message board. But, by all means, please vote on the WA Page!

If you would like to take part in shaping the world you live in, please vote. Voting is a right and a privilege, please consider using it.

All WA Member nations please vote. Please make your opinions known in Texas by 11:00pm Wednesday and in the World Assembly voting booth by 11:00pm Texas Time on Thursday the 18th. Current voting in The World is running - Votes FOR: 415 Votes AGAINST: 2669

Big Tex

PS: Remember, be sure to vote at the World Assembly too!

**** New WA Resolution Notification *****

There is currently a new General Assembly Resolution at vote. When expressing your opinion, please note for which Resolution. And remember Texans, your individual vote does count!

The new Resolution is called:
"Debris Prevention
A resolution to increase the quality of the world's environment, at the expense of industry.

Category: Environmentalw Industry Affected: Manufacturing Proposed by: Defwa

Description: SEEKING to protect access to space"...

<see page=ga for full text>

Oh goodie, we have a new Environmental Resolution! Have we mentioned how much we hate environmental resolutions lately? Unlike the usual hippie, tree-hugging variety, this one wants to kiss the sky and save space from litter. Really? In case no one noticed, only 12.9% of The World's nations are members of the World Assembly. This is like telling 13 people out of a 100 not to spit in the ocean and telling the other 87 people to go ahead, spit away. And, the WA wants to create and manage "junk orbits"?!? Get real! This one is just not realistic or feasible when you take into account how many nations exist in The World. NewTexas will go on record as AGAINST on this Resolution. This is only the opinion of NewTexas. We look forward to other Texans' opinions and comments on this Resolution. If good arguments to the contrary are made, we will reconsider our position.

The Texas response was up on the last GA vote -- Individual Working Freedoms -- which was passed after gaining 65.65% of the vote. As a reminder, all we are looking for is a simple 10% of Texans to say one way or another. We are a force for change in the WA. Every vote counts! There were 8 publicly-expressed opinions on the last Resolution with the final Texas tally running 8 FOR and 0 AGAINST and 0 ABSTAIN and 0 UNDECIDED. Texans were unanimous! Yay!

Note: NewTexas has already voted on this Resolution in advance of publicly expressed opinions. We did this at the urging of many leaders in the World Assembly. As we have been saying for years, Texas is a force in the WA. Many feel that Texas can influence the overall vote if it votes first. There is an observed "lemming effect" that occurs during voting. Apparently a large number of votes are cast based on whichever side of the issue is leading when voters vote. Therefore, to get the most impact from our vote, we are now voting first. We will re-evaluate our original vote at midnight prior to the current vote. As always, we are open to suggestions on how we should vote on this Resolution to most accurately reflect opinion of the populace. Comments are welcome from all nations, both WA Members as well as those who are not. Please make your voice heard on the current issue either on this message board or on our offsite message board. But, by all means, please vote on the WA Page!

If you would like to take part in shaping the world you live in, please vote. Voting is a right and a privilege, please consider using it.

All WA Member nations please vote. Please make your opinions known in Texas by 11:00pm Wednesday and in the World Assembly voting booth by 11:00pm Texas Time on Thursday the 18th. Current voting in The World is running - Votes FOR: 958 Votes AGAINST: 2022

Big Tex

PS: Remember, be sure to vote at the World Assembly too!

*tips his hat back*

Howdy Yall, what's good today?

Against both.

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