During the Cold War, the Doomsday Clock was created as a subjective measure of the possibility of a nuclear exchange between the United States and the Soviet Union. Today, as a result of the most recent decisions of the Supreme Court of the United States which clearly repudiate the original Constitution of the United States, and thus are placing the reasons for union between the states in jeapardy, I would like to announce...the Secession Clock. The original position of the Secession Clock on its first day, June 28, 2012 is placed at Six o'clock.Read more »
Scotland's leaders now wrestle with how will the question be put to the Scot people in a referendum in 2014? Is America watching?Read more »
What if we abolished of the Federal government all together. An amicable divorce between states with irreconcilable differences. No bloodshed, no civil war.Read more »
I am working toward making this happen though I must admit I am currently too mired in the system. Still, I no longer consent.Read more »
U.S. companies looking to move operations to Scotland would see a reduction in taxes if Scots approve a referendum, now scheduled for autumn 2014...ending a 300-year union with England.Read more »
To the (American) Tories, the opponents of the Revolution, it was a rebellion without cause, “the most unwanton and unnatural rebellion that ever existed.” In Leonard's opinions “the Annals of no country can produce an Instance of so virulent a Rebellion, of such implacable madness and Fury, originating from such trivial Causes.” “There was none of the atrocities by which other nations had been goaded into...war—no patrician insolence—no religious persecution—no bloody prescription”...one may ask why was there a revolution at all?Read more »
In a bold and unprecedented move, representatives of the Lakota Freedom Delegation recently declared the Lakota Nation is formally and unilaterally withdrawing from all agreements and treaties with the government of the United States.
“We are no longer citizens of the United States,” said longtime indigenous rights activist Russell Means at a press conference at Plymouth Congregational Church in Washington, D.C. on Dec. 19. “We offer citizenship to anyone provided they renounce their U.S. citizenship,” said Mr. Means.Read more »
Forgoing the plan to build independent floating cities away from chafing laws, some libertarians—led by Milton Friedman’s grandson, no less—have found something better: desperate countries willing to allow the founding of autonomous libertarian cities within their borders.Read more »
The debate in Washington, D.C. over the federal debt continues as the Aug. 2 deadline for raising the “debt ceiling” approaches. Standard & Poor's has already reported that it would cut the U.S. credit rating from AAA to D, the last rung on its scale.Read more »
Perhaps the best evidence of how American history was rewritten, Soviet style, in the post-1865 era is the fact that most Americans seem to be unaware that "Independence Day" was originally intended to be a celebration of the colonists' secession from the British empire. Indeed, the word secession is not even a part of the vocabulary of most Americans, who more often than not confuse it with "succession." The Revolutionary War was America's first war of secession.Read more »
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