Texas National Press
Texas National press
is the official newspaper of the Teaxs Nationalist Movement. Our goal is
to serve as the national newspaper of Texas -- presenting news of interest
to our membership and news about our membership and organization to the
world free of charge and free of bias.
Despite the half-truths,
misdirection and outright lies often painted of our organization by the
corprate-controlled mainstream news media, the Texas Nationalist Movement
is not some band of whacked-out tax protesters, supremacists or religious
bigots. Our members come from across all segments of Texas society -- all
races, all ethnicities, all religions, all political beliefs and all individual
orientations. We have only one goal: to re-establish Texas as a free an
independent Republic and allow its citizens to govern themselves.
The goal of the Texas
National Press is to provide an unbiased public forum for members of the
movement, and holds itself to high journalistic standards in pursuit of
|About the Editor
Dave Mundy is the
Editor of the Texas National Press.
A native of Deer Park,
Texas, Dave spent more than 25 years in the newspaper business, including
stops as a sports writer, sports editor, desk editor, managing editor and
executive editor with the Deer Park Progress, Baytown Sun, University of
Houston Daily Cougar, the Pasadena Citizen, the Bayshore Sun, the
Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, the Rosenberg Herald-Coaster, the Katy Times
and the Orange Leader.
During a six-year hitch
with the United States Marine Corps, he served as a combat correspondent
and covered Marines all over the world for military and civilian publications
including both Atlantic and Pacific Stars & Stripes, the Arizona Republic
He has earned more
than 40 awards for superior journalism, including the 1998 National Newspaper
Association Award for Best Coverage of Education and a Jim Lehrer Award
for fairness in journalism. He is known for his expertise on public education
issues and for his witty, slice of life "Dances With Chihuahuas" personal
columns located at his home website, www.davemundy.com.
He has been a guest
commentator and panelist on a number of radio and television shows, primarily
on the subject of public education. He is the author of DUH! Texas:
A Case Study in Educational Takeover (1998) and Dances with Chihuahaus