Some islanders who live in the town named after Bernardo de Galvez are lobbying to have him named an honorary citizen.

Galvez played a diplomatic role during the Revolutionary War.

He was careful not to do any favors to the British.

Honorary citizenship is rare — only seven people have received the honor.

Islanders have been lobbying the U.S. House of Representatives to pass House Joint Resolution 105.

News of that effort hit the streets about the same time that the League City City Council approved a resolution telling city staff not to follow federal directives on immigration.

And so some wags had to ask: If the U.S. House votes to grant Bernardo de Galvez citizenship, will the council in League City resolve not to recognize it?

(6) comments

Miss Priss

Good one Mr. Taylor!


George Croix

Did L.C. pass a resolution refusing to recognize an act of Congress?

If you're lucky, enough of the usual suspects will figure they did...[lol]


I love me some League City "rat" about now!! WoooooooooWeeeeeeeee! Satan keeps coming after League City and League City keep sucker-punching him, knocking him back on his rear end!!
League City is the gateway to the the enemy figures if he can take them down cheap, and he can have his will with the rest of us down here. He figured wrong!!!!!
I don't know, I might buy me one of those expensive houses and move up there! I can do it to! I love the way they stand tall, against "Uncle Sugga" nem in DC. [smile]

PD Hyatt

Amen JB....

Carlos Ponce

Kind of a STRETCH Mr. Taylor. Don't hurt yourself.

PD Hyatt

Galveston Daily News just like MOST of the media has turned so far to the left it isn't even funny anymore.... Most of the liberal media, normally do not report the news they are doing their best to make the news as they see fit....

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