Archive for the ‘secession’ Category
My mother’s side of the family (the Laurencelle family; how is that for a great French name?) hails from Quebec City (after earlier family had migrated from Alsace-Lorraine). My father’s side (De Coster) – they are Flemish and come from Lichtervelde, West Flanders. I am secessionist, by birth, on both sides. I hated the state even [...]
Nolan Finley is a very conventional columnist for the Detroit News. Nolan has just published a very good column (for the most part) on the Tenth Amendment movement. However, he just has to get in that one little comment that separates him from the radical states’ rights movement (radical … meaning scholarly and “no surrender”): [...]
This is a photo of Montana State Rep. Joel Boniek, a states’ rights guy. He’s a hottie!
Here’s the Star-Telegram of Fort Worth on the viability of a Texas secession. According to the article, on its own, Texas could be the 40th largest country, the 47th most populous nation, and the world’s 12th largest economy.
From MediaMatters: On the September 17 broadcast of his radio show, Lou Dobbs hosted Tenth Amendment Center founder Michael Boldin and repeatedly “urge[d]” his listeners to visit the group’s “very interesting” website. The site, among other things, has published or reprinted several articles advocating secession from the United States. It makes sense that Lou Dobbs, [...]