When asked whether NH should secede today, 29% said yes, 14% were unsure, and only 58% said that we should not leave the union today. Among Republicans, 52% want to secede today, only 11% are unsure, and only 38% said that we should remain in the union.
On June 23rd, the Supreme Court ruled in NYSRPA v. Bruen that New York’s prohibition on carrying firearms and their restrictive permitting process was unconstitutional. The New York law stated that it was a felony for a person to carry a handgun without a license, and a person could only obtain a license if the government gang members (politicians) felt that the applicant could “demonstrate a special need for self-protection distinguishable from that of the general community.”
Statistics show that the 330 million residents of the united states disagree on nearly every major issue. From 2016 to 2022, over 230,000 respondents to the question ‘Do you think abortion should legal or illegal?’ resulted in the following:
Unlike most pro-liberty rallies, however, there were no American flags to be found; all of the flags were navy blue with the seal of New Hampshire in the middle.
On Thursday, Congressman Thomas Massie reminded his followers on Twitter that West Virginia successfully seceded from Virginia, implying that secession is technically feasible. Predictably, leftists and union loyalists condemned him viciously. Newsweek wrote an article about the Congressman who dared utter the ‘S’ word in public.
I’ve seen NH folks advocate secession, but, come on, surely you’re joking! Not without a massive economy and resources and trade routes that don’t violate US land/airspace! But more importantly, any state that left America wouldn’t be “American” anymore — an America that uniquely allows you to even discuss secession.
By J.G. Franklin May I first clarify that I wholeheartedly identify with ‘live and let live’ as a principle? I have no doubt that LIBERTY simply cannot exist without it. However, respectfully, I have very little interest in it as simply another catchphrase and/or just another vocal movement that will […]
California could be as progressive as they wish to be, Texas could be conservative, and New Hampshire could be libertarian.