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Most Nations: 68th Most World Assembly Endorsements: 73rd Most Influential: 82nd+13
Highest Economic Output: 760th Largest Black Market: 815th Most Avoided: 1,154th Fattest Citizens: 1,171st Greatest Rich-Poor Divides: 1,514th Largest Populations: 1,583rd Highest Disposable Incomes: 1,630th Most Rebellious Youth: 1,647th Most Cultured: 1,712th Most Devout: 1,798th Most Armed: 2,043rd Most Beautiful Environments: 2,238th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 2,259th
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Howdy, Welcome y Bienvenidos to Texas - a proud member of the Non-Crappy Region Network™!

Texas, founded in 2002, is a large friendly region where freedom is considered one of its greatest resources. Texas is a proud region and home to many diverse nations. We are always welcoming new nations. Texas also has a Government, Constitution, Elections and many inter-regional Sporting Events. Come on down!


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Embassies: Wysteria, The Heartland, 10000 Islands, Canada, Yggdrasil, Antarctic Oasis, Monkey Island, North Pacific, The Black Market, Kittens Sanctuary, Global Right Alliance, Spiritus, Renegade Islands Alliance, Nasicournia, The Exodus, Gay, and 8 others.Forest, Philosophy 115, the Rejected Realms, Valhalla, belgium, International Democratic Union, New Warsaw Pact, and Malibu Islands.

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Regional Power: Very High

Texas contains 159 nations, the 68th most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Largest Basket Weaving Sector in Texas

World Census agents infiltrated a variety of out-of-the-way towns and festivals in order to determine which nations have the most developed Basket Weaving industries.

As a region, Texas is ranked 7,463rd in the world for Largest Basket Weaving Sector.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Barnes-Free Conglomerate of Ewing Oil CoCapitalist Paradise“In J.R. We Trust”
2.The Miraculous Miracle of MiracliaCorporate Police State“We bribed the wrong WA officials... Again!”
3.The Corporate Shareholders of MagachiAnarchy“Magachi - a safe place in an unsafe world!”
4.The Federation of Trecdom2Inoffensive Centrist Democracy“Happy Summer Texas!”
5.The Jingoistic States of RockYouLikeAHurricaneCorporate Bordello“We Will, We Will Rock You Like A Hurricane”
6.The United Kingdoms of Grays HarborInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Caballien Misain Ye”
7.The Queen Victorian Community of Blue Booted BobbiesInoffensive Centrist Democracy“A policeman`s lot is not a happy one.”
8.The United States of Eletronic ArtsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“You Can't Stop Profit”
9.The Holy Empire of DogbreathistanCapitalist Paradise“Nation created for the TNP purge 3MAR2010”
10.The Kingdom of ShemikiNew York Times Democracy“Que sera, sera.”
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Regional Poll • Wonderful Quiz 5

The Federation of Trecdom2 wrote:You've seen them all before. Narrowing down to the top 7.

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Ruritania Hadar Aldebaran wrote:Hi everyone! I'm new to this game and this region. I've always wanted to be a Texan. Now I am one. :D Nice to meet everyone!

Emir Vetinari

Welcome, we are currently voting on Modern Wonders in the US.

Since the wonders in our poll have all been voted on before, the last few rounds are only running for 2 days.

Trecdom2 wrote:Welcome, we are currently voting on Modern Wonders in the US.

Thank you for welcoming me and nice to meet you. :)

Deeply troubled by what happened in Helsinki today. No matter your party affiliation, it should absolutely terrify you that the American President is willing to discount mountains of evidence from the FBI and CIA about Russian attacks on American democracy, and give the benefit of the doubt to a former KGB officer. In a very real sense, the President is actively choosing to not defend the country from a foreign enemy that is threatening the foundations of our republic.

Think about it. This isn't political hyperbole. This is past the point of debate. I can respectfully disagree with others on many political issues in this country, but there can be no debate about the President allowing a foreign adversary to make attacks on the United States. At best, it's a fundamental failure to do your most basic job as President, defend the Constitution, and at worst, it is treason. Treason in the United States Constitution is defined as either "levying war" and/or "in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort". It doesn't take a leap of logic to see that Trump is aiding Russian attacks on America, by failing to protect our sovreignity from outside influences.

We're at a point when we each have to decide if we're going to allow this to continue to happen. The evidence is there for anyone to see. If you value democracy and the American experience, it's time to start speaking out against what is happening in our country.

Come on TX, you really think the Alamo is a greater engineering feat than the Hoover Dam or St Louis Arch?

Brilliance, Ingenuity, mix/match/combo, we are going to have to step in and call ballot box-stuffing. Winning a Poll through such puppet mastering is not very Texan. You are all obviously one Player's puppets and all your votes will be counted as one, or you can pull the votes off some of those puppets. The same thing is going to happen when The Alamo comes up for a vote again. Sorry, it is the only fair thing to do without making these WA-Only Polls. Trec, didn't mean to horn in on your Poll, but we cannot let this go unmentioned either.

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Howdy, y'all.

Safj wrote:Deeply troubled by what happened in Helsinki today. No matter your party affiliation, it should absolutely terrify you that the American President is willing to discount mountains of evidence from the FBI and CIA about Russian attacks on American democracy, and give the benefit of the doubt to a former KGB officer. In a very real sense, the President is actively choosing to not defend the country from a foreign enemy that is threatening the foundations of our republic.

Think about it. This isn't political hyperbole. This is past the point of debate. I can respectfully disagree with others on many political issues in this country, but there can be no debate about the President allowing a foreign adversary to make attacks on the United States. At best, it's a fundamental failure to do your most basic job as President, defend the Constitution, and at worst, it is treason. Treason in the United States Constitution is defined as either "levying war" and/or "in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort". It doesn't take a leap of logic to see that Trump is aiding Russian attacks on America, by failing to protect our sovreignity from outside influences.

We're at a point when we each have to decide if we're going to allow this to continue to happen. The evidence is there for anyone to see. If you value democracy and the American experience, it's time to start speaking out against what is happening in our country.

well people only hear what the see on the media but behind closed doors trump could still be really critical of Russia. besides would we really be better off with Hillary as president she violated her own state dept rules that has sent others to prison for years plus she's lied to the families of fallen soldiers about how they died id rather have a businessman whos had some ups and downs in the financial market then someone whos downs could cost people their lives.

Gig em Aggies wrote:well people only hear what the see on the media but behind closed doors trump could still be really critical of Russia. besides would we really be better off with Hillary as president she violated her own state dept rules that has sent others to prison for years plus she's lied to the families of fallen soldiers about how they died id rather have a businessman whos had some ups and downs in the financial market then someone whos downs could cost people their lives.

This isn't really about all that anymore. Stop talking about what we could have and look at what we do have. This is about the President on the world stage questioning his own intelligence community and supporting Russia's instead. Do you really think they have forgotten about the Cold War? What do you think would have happened if Reagan had declared that the CIA was untrustworthy and the KGB had been right all along? America's democracy is under attack, and the President is choosing to do nothing. The President is failing to live up to the most basic part of his Oath, to protect this nation. There should be people rioting in the streets.

And on cue, a perfect example of why everyone ought to be afraid of another country influencing the ballot box. If you don't care that this is happening here in America, and that we have the evidence that supports that conclusion, I have to question whether or not you are for a democratic republic as it currently exists in America. There are many things this country was founded upon, but it was certainly founded on the right for each of us to have the right of choosing our elected representatives. Allowing Russia or any other country to have an outside influence on our elections is a profane perversion of the very impetus of why we rebelled against Britain in the first place. In fact, this is also the very reason why the 2nd Amendment exists, so that Americans would always have the power to fight their government, if need be. I'm a staunch pacifist, and I would never advocate violence, but if you're not outraged about what happened today, I don't know what you're waiting for. Either you are for a free America, or you aren't. This is no longer a partisan issue.

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