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The Largest Secessionist Conference in America!

Are you tired of people from another State halfway across the country trying to dictate to YOU on how they think you should live? Frustrated by all the left vs. right nonsense that happens every time another federal election rolls … Continue reading

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Happy Secession Day 2018!

Happy Secession Day! This July 4th, what’s more American than celebrating the right of people everywhere to self determination and freedom from tyrants? In Episode 116 of the Brion McClanahan Show: The Winds of Change, Brion discussed the positive movement towards decentralization, and … Continue reading

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The One Simple Answer to Division and Strife in America?

For years we’ve been indoctrinated into thinking that BIG is beautiful. You know, BIG houses, BIG schools, BIG spending and BIG government. But can small be beautiful too? For instance, I recently was talking to several Millennial-aged guys about the … Continue reading

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Peaceful Secession: The Sensible Alternative?

With a rise in violence and the chasm-like divide between the left and the right in the United States, is peaceful secession the most sensible alternative for diverse groups of Americans? In Episode 116 of the Brion McClanahan Show: The Winds … Continue reading

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The Kowloon Walled City: Embarrassing Problem or Unregulated Utopia?

Since it’s complete destruction by the government in 1994, the Kowloon Walled City has attracted a fair amount of interest over the years as either an embarrassing problem of crime and cramped living conditions – or as an intriguing example of … Continue reading

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