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Defusing a Second Civil War through Peaceful Secession?

Secession? Nullification? A second Civil War in the presently not-so United States of America? According to a historic and highly fascinating Abbeville Institute event that took place November 9 and 10, 2018 in Dallas, Texas, a number of influential American … 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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Libertopia Single: Nullification

Good news! In regards to the struggle for individual liberty in the face of such organizations like the National Security Administration (NSA), Michael Boldin of the Tenth Amendment Center wrote recently that, “the Tenth Amendment Center‘s project to shut down resources … Continue reading

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Libertopia Resource: Thomas Jefferson on Liberty

“Not alone to the American people, but to all peoples, are Jefferson’s opinion on government of deep and abiding interest. Among the Statesmen of all time, he is the foremost Expounder of the Rights of Man, of the unalienable right … Continue reading

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