The States of Texas and California Need a Peace Treaty

Peace Treaty

The two biggest and most populous states in all of the US need to get together to find a solution that will unite them in common effort. The US federal government needs to be at the forefront of this endeavor to strengthen the state of the union. It is pretty obvious that if South and North Korea can have a peace conference, it is even much more possible for these two neighbors to do the same. Texas has a population of 28 million Americans and ranks number ten in the list of the largest economies in the world. On the other hand, California comes at fifth place in the list of largest economies around the globe and has a population of 40 million people. These two states have a country-like status not only in the United States but all over the world. The business model in Washington DC for US elections depends on the popularization of the voters in the United States.

National politicians are now running the federal government as a system of spoils for their politically favored demographics and big money donors. Therefore, it is evident that the federal power serves as a common enemy for both California and Texas. For more than 100 years now, the US federal government’s authority has been seized by the party that is in control of the White House. The last 15 US presidents from both parties have governed using the executive fiat. For far too long, this executive power from the White House has been aimed at both California and Texas. The drill is now clear to every American citizen who resides at either of the states. When the Democratic Party takes power and sends one of their own to the White House, it imposes policies that are contrary to conservative preferences for the residents of Texas.

As a result, Texas is ever in federal courts to seek justice of opinion and to tie up federal policy. Today, the state of California is being targeted by the Republican majority Congress and the Republican President Donald Trump. California has fought back against the Trump administration with harsh and choking laws on Immigration and has barred employers from revealing their staff information to federal law enforcement. The New York Times said that the tussle between the state of California and the US federal government is a legal civil war. The war between state and federal governments takes away meaningful time that these two governments should be improving the lives of working Americans.