An Independence Day celebration in Texas is getting some attention online, and it is sparking some controversy.
Texas Independence Day is a national holiday, meaning the state celebrates the country’s independence from Britain.
It is one of the largest holiday celebrations in the United States, with tens of thousands of people participating across the country, including in cities across the state.
But some say that American Independence Day celebrations have become more divisive and negative than necessary.
For the past few years, American Independence day has attracted many protesters who have been protesting against what they say is a “false patriotism.”
In 2017, a group of protesters led by former President Donald Trump took over a federal building and blocked traffic on the interstate highway system, and protesters have clashed with law enforcement in the past.
The protests have also been met with violent confrontations by protesters, including one in which one man was killed.
According to the Texas Independence Day Commission, about 80% of Texas residents are American citizens, and Americans hold a large percentage of the state’s congressional seats.