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Secession

There is no section of the U.S. Constitution that would preclude states from putting referendums for secession on the ballot, and if duly approved, for such states then to depart legally from the Union. The U.S. Constitution...
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The moral grandeur of Lincoln is rooted in the myth that he made a war on the South to abolish slavery. This is, at most, a Platonic noble lie designed to legitimate the Unionist regime. Lincoln thought that...

Mike Church Transcript from the Mike Church Show.  Mike:  Back to Jay in North Carolina. You had something to say about Justice Scalia before I so rudely interrupted you with my tirade. Caller Jay: ...
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In the process of ratifying the U.S. Constitution, the most celebrated, lengthy and heated debate was held in the Virginia Convention which convened on 4 June, 1788 in the old State House in Richmond. Seeing that there would...
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A recent temper tantrum made its way onto the editorial pages of the NY Times by Louis Michael Seidman, a man claiming to be a professor of Constitutional Law at Georgetown University titled "Let's...

How can the federal government be prevented from usurping powers that the Constitution doesn’t grant to it? It’s an alarming fact that few Americans ask this question anymore.
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As the recent petitions to the White House confirm, secession is an idea that never goes away. The verb "secede" is derived from the Latin "secessio," meaning any act of withdrawal. Originally introduced in the seventeenth century as...
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There are currently 50 petitions for secession from the United States, one from each state, that have been registered with the federal government. It goes without saying that not one of them has any prospect...