On Thursday afternoon, the New Hampshire House voted on CACR20, legislation that would place a question on the ballot asking voters if they wished to amend the New Hampshire Constitution to include a provision stating that New Hampshire declares independence from the union once the DC politicians rack up a debt of $40 trillion.
Yesterday, I placed a mid-size donation into a fund that seeks to reimburse US Border agents and soldiers who choose to continue their work in an alliance with the Texas Guard or the volunteer groups now establishing themselves to protect Americans’ lives and property.
Over the past few weeks, the situation has escalated far beyond any level we’ve seen in our lifetimes. The Biden administration has allowed the southern border to remain very open, a policy that the people of Texas and their government do not support. After Texas put razor wire along areas of its southern border to deter illegal immigration, DC politicians were infuriated by the act of defiance.
On December 19th, the Supreme Court of Colorado ruled that due to committing insurrection, Donald Trump is ineligible to be President. Because he cannot be President, he should not be on the ballot, according to the Court. This marks the first time in history that a court has removed a presidential candidate from the ballot. The former Republican President will not be on the primary or general election ballots.
Many now say the united states (the union) can’t be saved. Our political differences have become so severe that they can no longer be governed with the old-fashioned American creed.
Why Not the GOOD? illuminates how we can save this creed. It expresses the rarely-voiced posture that pedigree, education, and even past job performance are irrelevant to good government service.
After being retained from last year’s session, the ‘Defend The Guard’ legislation finally had its public hearing in the New Hampshire House of Representatives. On Wednesday, legislators and members of the public packed the room to testify before the House Committee on State-Federal Relations & Veterans’ Affairs on House Bill 229. Nearly everyone in the room was in support of the bill, which simply called for an end to the deployment of New Hampshire Guard members to fight foreign wars without a congressional declaration of war.
Legislation filed by Representative Jason Gerhard (R-Northfield) would place a question on the ballot for the voters of New Hampshire. If approved by two thirds of voters, the New Hampshire Constitution would be amended to say that the state will declare independence if the federal government accrues a debt of $40 trillion. As of 10/13, the US debt is $33.5 trillion. In 2020, the debt was under $27 trillion.
After years of considering it and slowly working on it for over a year, Alu Axelman has finally published one of his nine books in Spanish. His 2022 book, ‘Articles of Secession’ has been translated and proofread by Alu and Leliz Cedrone, another porcupine and native Spanish speaker.
Over the course of his decades-long career, Mark Levin has supported conservative politics and the unity of the united states above all else. He has made it clear throughout his radio shows, books, and other activism that he would never support any peaceful separation or division from the union, even if it were the only path to liberty for him and his cohorts.
The Granite State Poll found that the most pro-independence income bracket was the middle class cohort (household income of 75-100k), which is not a shock to anyone. In fact, only 47% of those middle class people said that if New Hampshire were currently independent, they would support the state joining the union.