Since legislation in support of New Hampshire independence was filed last fall, support for peaceful separation from DC has flourished. While CACR32 did not pass the legislature, the outpouring of support for independence from the disastrous union controlled by DC has only continued to pick up steam.
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 Read more…
Of course, the vaccines are largely not necessary, not as safe as they’d like you to believe, and not very effective. And masks don’t work. I wrote dozens of articles and a whole book about corona-fascism and the lies involved in it.
As an individual from Wisconsin, I was intrigued. The idea of many states simply removing themselves from the grasp of the vampires we call congressmen seemed like an interesting idea, though I have my reservations, which will be noted later.
We have a long tradition of “neighbor helping neighbor” in this great state.
Resolution of Independence of the Republic of New Hampshire Whereas, the people of New Hampshire have recently endured prolonged and unwarranted abrogation of their natural rights; to freely and peaceably assemble, to freely travel, and to be secure in their persons and affects, as caused and encouraged by acts of Read more…
Early Americans criticized their king’s rule with the memorable slogan “no taxation without representation” and decried His Majesty’s efforts to suspend their legislatures, altering fundamentally the forms of their government by imposing an arbitrary power structure instead.