A top priority for conservative Texans remains nearly untouched after two years.
Most of us aren’t called to man the walls of an old church, outnumbered by superior forces, but all of us are called to face a hostile world.
The General Land Office operates the Alamo and manages state lands and resources.
Only one bill made it through the entire legislative process, and even then, it left vulnerabilities for monuments all over the state.
A spokesman for the General Land Office says the Alamo Trust’s new executive director “misspoke” when she said permanent improvements required UNESCO approval.
The Alamo Cenotaph has been at the forefront of the monument protection movement.
“The city of San Antonio and the GLO have abused their authority, and it’s time for Texas to take back the entire Alamo Plaza through the power of eminent domain if necessary.”
The most vocal lawmaker against the Alamo Cenotaph relocation says the governor has not replied to his multiple letters.
Just as the Texians at the Alamo faced looming threats against their freedom, so do we today.
“We have wasted significant public dollars on designs which most Texans would immediately reject.”