An ‘All Natural’ Earthy Crunchy California Secession Plan

by Steve MacDonald February 2, 2017

From Tony Heller. California has natural boundaries for secession. Every place west of the red line is politically and geologically part of a different continent, and his headed out to sea. It only seems fair to let them go, along with their 55 electoral votes. Think of it as a sanctuary state for accumulated strike-slip stress. […]

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GrokTALK! with Jazz Shaw from Hot Air Part II

by Steve MacDonald May 20, 2015
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In part II of our conversation with Jazz Shaw we continue with the pension problems in places like Illinois and how their influence and Democrat power politics can ruin an otherwise perfectly good state–making it almost economically uninhabitable. Part I with Jazz is Here   –   Listen to the entire podcast here Follow us on YouTube,USTREAM, […]

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I’m OK with secession – if Puerto Rico wants to go, let them go!

by Skip June 12, 2014

I guess this is one of those Libertarian leanings I have as a Conservative – if a territory such as Puerto Rico wants to leave, well, have a nice forever (emphasis mine, reformatted): Puerto Rican Activists Seek Help from The Hague for Reunification with Spain A group of activists in Puerto Rico unhappy with the […]

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Data Point – Which states could give the Feds the heave-ho financially?

by Skip December 6, 2012

(H/T:  The Blaze)

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Quick riff off Scott: Secession By Atrophy

by Skip November 18, 2012

He is right – we are seeing patches of America that are degenerating into some kind of ThunderDome dystopia.  We do have places, especially in our urban areas, that rival any banana republic or third world nation landscape.  Victor Davis Hanson, a professor of the Classics and military history in the California university system, has […]

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Secession By Atrophy

by Scott Morales November 18, 2012

Ah, what’s a little secession between states, eh?  So a state is no longer under the auspices of the United States, it’ll be an orphan. Big deal. What do you think will happen? That the forlorn and forgotten former territory of the United State will sit in pathetic darkness like a shivering punished child at […]

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The Foundation for New Hampshire Independence

by Steve MacDonald November 14, 2012

This just tumbled into my in-box and perhaps it is old news now.  It is a press release from a non-profit called the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence.  I don’t currently know much more than we can glean from the press release but they’ve got a web site (here), some press, and it’s run by […]

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Secession – It’s the Latest Fad

by Steve MacDonald November 13, 2012

Since election day (private citizens from) 20 states have started petitions to secede from the United States.  I guess elections do have consequences. What began as a pair of parallel stunts appears to have gathered steam. Other than Louisiana and Texas, states with secession-related petitions pending on the White House website now include Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, […]

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