Thursday, November 29, 2012

Stirrings of Secession: An Essay by Pat Buchanan

Jefferson Davis
Pat Buchanan has an essay at Vdare today entitled "Stirrings of Secession."  Buchanan states what others have observed, e.g. Lawrence Auster at View From the Right, that conservative voters and liberal voters are all intermixed within the states, and that makes secession difficult if not impossible.  I disagree.

A large portion of the American colonists were loyal to the crown in 1776, but the states still successfully seceded from Great Britain. It is fair to say that the loyalists and the patriots were considerably intermixed within the colonies.

Not all Southerners wanted to secede from the union in 1861, but most supported the South when it was invaded.

All a state needs today, in order to legally secede, is a voting majority who wants it.  Those who don't can leave the state or live with the decision.  This is not to say that the federal government would allow it without a fight, but once again their opposition would be in opposition to both constitutional and natural law.

Buchanan also claims that the issue of secession was settled at Appomattox. On this point, Buchanan is dead wrong. The idea that a constitutional question can be settled by force is to deny the rule of law and the long-held principle of "the consent of the governed." As Jefferson Davis wrote while in prison at Fort Monroe: “A question settled by violence or in disregard of law, must remain unsettled forever.” He was speaking of the right to secede. He was partially correct, but not on whether the issue "must remain unsettled forever." As he himself stated previously, “The principle for which we contend [i.e. secession] is bound to reassert itself, though it may be at another time and in another form.”

The principle is reasserting itself, just as Davis predicted.

Read Buchanan's essay here.

See Related Post from American Renaissance here:  Secession:  It's Constitutional

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Obama Puzzles Secession: a Day-By-Day Cartoon

Day-By-Day cartoons are published online daily at  The artist is Chris Muir. Feel free to link to his website and to visit it daily.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Some Nigerian Span for Ema Nymton

Ema Nymton
Ema Nymton is an older woman, a dedicated leftist who has made it her life's work to post sarcastic and insulting comments on any right wing blogs who will allow it.  I used to allow her comments in the spirit of free speech and all that rot.  Then I got sick of her unending stream of bile and bullshit, and banned her from both of my blogs (the other being Saber Point).

"Ema Nymton" is "Not My Name" spelled backwards, perhaps in keeping with Ema's backward political philosophy.

Lately she has changed her email address to get around the ban, but I simply add the new email address to the ban and delete her comments.

Now I would like to show my appreciation for the oceans of bile this lady has poured out on the right, by publishing her email addresses here.  This is so the Nigerian spammers and scammers can harvest them, and soon she will be receiving all sorts of scammer messages from this African nation.  (Nigeria is famous for online scams.)

So here they are, Nigerians!  Start those endless scammer messages right away!  Because when it comes to false promises of prosperity, Ema is already in your corner. (this email address no longer works, if it ever did).  (this email address is viable).

Ema blogs at, for anyone who is interested.

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Ron Paul Discusses Secession

Vox Popoli has a post on Ron Paul discussing secession.  It is worth a read.

See it here.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Thomas Jefferson on Secession

Alabama Resistance: Governor Says "NO" to Implementing Obamacare

Alabama Governor Robert Bentley said yesterday that Alabama will not be setting up a state insurance exchange to implement the Affordable Care Act ("Obamacare").  The Governor stated that the tax increase that this act imposes on Alabama's citizens is unacceptable.  He also stated that his conversations with other governors indicate that many of them feel the same way.

This is what I have been advocating for some time:  the states must NULLIFY unconstitutional edicts by the federal government and simply REFUSE to go along.  Further, the nullifying states should communicate and coordinate resistance to federal tyranny imposed by Barack Obama.

I am proud to say that my Confederate ancestors were Alabamans.

Read more about it at Moonbattery here.

Monday, November 12, 2012

Defying Leviathan: Radical Resistance May Be Necessary

Monty Pelerin at American Thinker has a very depressing analysis of what Obama's re-election means to Americans (hat tip Donald Douglas at American Power).  Pelerin, like others, is predicting an economic collapse.  He writes:
His election ensures the continuing shift away from the Rule of Law, property rights, free men, and free markets. Obama's vision of how the world works ensures a dire economy until an economic collapse resets everything.
And this:
The United States and Europe have abandoned the fundamentals necessary for progress. Both are hopelessly committed to the failed ideas of Socialism. Both are headed for great catastrophe. The catastrophe extends beyond economic well-being and touches the foundations of society and civilization itself.

We are headed into an economic dark age, where standards of living will continue to decline and may collapse. Societies and civilizations will also regress.
Read the whole depressing article here.

Another article at Doug Ross Journal portrays a similar scenario, "We Have Lost" by Casey.  Casey writes:
The most productive people, the small business owners, the entrepreneurs and the honest wage earners of America are so demoralized right now I am not sure we will recover as a country. We have lost the most important election of our lifetime and did so after giving our best effort, spent the most money ever and working the hardest we have ever worked. The very people that America needs the most to generate a real recovery now have the least motivation to do so and worse, lack the confidence necessary to even justify the effort.
On polarization, he writes:
As a country we are hopelessly divided by a malignant polarization approaching that which divided us prior to the Civil War....The American can-do spirit, our optimism, our traditional dependence on our own ingenuity is now mere kindling on the advancing flame of an insidious yet steadily advancing socialism.
On the feeling of despair many now have:
Those of us who create real jobs, invest our capital, our fortunes and take the risks to build America, feel betrayed. The fundamentals of honest effort and hard work rendering the rewards associated with capitalism seem now like a cruel joke. We are now a targeted enemy not to be governed but coerced into submission by a lazy, corrupt, vindictive, arrogant government that is out for revenge, redistribution -- and to add a final insult -- one we believe is too morally bankrupt to lead.
Do read it all here.

Politics as usual is unlikely to turn the tide in time to avoid financial disaster and societal collapse.  Radical action may be necessary at some point, like the fledgling secession movements now underway.  Political protests of Obama's re-election are said to be proliferating -- that remains to be seen.  We must encourage their growth.  The legislatures of the red states must discuss and coordinate a unified refusal to cooperate with the radical regime now in Washington, including nullification of unconstitutional laws like Obamacare, open defiance of the Supreme Court's unconstitutional edicts, and suspension of the taxing authority of the federal government if that becomes necessary.  Note:  this is NOT a call for violence.  Our actions must proceed mainly through our state and local representatives.  Individual protests should proceed in peaceful ways, like this one.

We will not go gently into the dark night that looms before us.  We have not yet begun to fight.

Veterans Day: A Salute to Two Generations

Twenty States Have Now Filed Petitions to Secede from the United States

World Net Daily has updated the secession petitions story.  There are now twenty state petitions that have been filed with the White House, requesting peaceful secession.  WND writes:
Since WND first reported that residents in the state of Louisiana were petitioning to secede from the U.S., residents in 19 more states have filed requests with the White House to peaceably break from the union.

Furthermore, the Louisiana petition has topped 14,000 signatures, more than halfway to the threshold needed after which the White House has pledged to respond.

And for Texas, one of the new states to join the fray, the signature count now tops 20,000.
The states with secession petitions are these (just now updated to include two more, Arizona and Oklahoma):
  1. Louisiana
  2. Arkansas
  3. South Carolina
  4. Georgia
  5. Missouri
  6. Tennessee
  7. Michigan
  8. New York
  9. Colorado
  10. Oregon
  11. New Jersey
  12. North Dakota
  13. Montana
  14. Indiana
  15. Mississippi
  16. Kentucky
  17. Florida
  18. North Carolina
  19. Alabama
  20. Texas
  21. Arizona
  22. Oklahoma
Also see Southern Nationalist Network for a Fox News video about the secession movement.

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Nineteen States Petition Washington for the Right to Secede

It appears that the Louisiana petition to secede has inspired others.  According to, another eighteen states have now filed similar petitions (nineteen states in all).

Could Charlie Daniels be right??  "The South is Gonna Do It Again!"

Thank God I just bought a new Confederate kepi.  Now I need to find my musket.  It's in the garage, I think.

Seriously, this is GOOD NEWS.  Even if nothing comes from it, at least it is forcing people to think of secession as a viable alternative to socialist rule....and it doesn't hurt to let our rulers in Washington know we are thinking about it too.

An article at iRoots gives more information.  Eighteen of the states (with links to their petitions) are as follows:
Louisiana, 10,296; Texas, 9196; Florida, 2392; Alabama, 2492; North Carolina, 2434; Kentucky, 1934; Mississippi, 1935; Indiana, 1951; North Dakota, 881; Montana, 1538; Colorado, 1805 Oregon, 1594; New Jersey, 1492; New York, 1727; South Carolina, 117; Arkansas, 86; Georgia, 131; Missouri, 149.

According to iRoots, more states are expected to follow.  (It's interesting to note that not all the states with secession petitions are Southern -- they include New Jersey and New York.)

Here's Charlie's opinion on the matter:

More Talk of Secession; Peter Morrison Reports at VDare

Peter Morrison is a business man in Texas and has concluded that our "sacred union" is not so sacred anymore, that our political alliances with other states have outlived their historical purpose and usefulness, and it is time for the states to go their own way.

He writes:
I think Romney saw the polls last week and decided on a risky strategy of playing for Pennsylvania as his only way out. Just as it was 149 years ago, the fate of the nation was decided in Pennsylvania. The Romney campaign may be remembered as the Pickett's Charge of the conservative movement, a last desperate effort to stave off the cruel arithmetic of superior numbers overcoming principle and valor.
Others have noted the same analogy, noting that the 2012 election may have been "the high water mark" of conservatism -- and it's all downhill from here.

Morrison has concluded what I also did in a prior post:
It would be nice for Republicans if the facts were different and we could build a multi-ethnic, colorblind, conservative America, but the evidence is quite to the contrary.
The awful truth is that non-whites are largely biased against whites and will even vote against their own best interests (as Asians did) in order to punish whites.  Fifty years of slander of whites, in schools from kindergarten to the university, has emphasized the evil of white people, and how we (as a group) are responsible for all the world's ills.  Many whites have become self-hating as a result, and are paralyzed by the cultural bugaboo against "racism" that says whites can never act in their own self-interest.

However, Morrison thinks we should resist to the bitter end, and I agree.  He says:
Like the remainder of Lee's army after Gettysburg, it is our duty to keep fighting to the bitter end, in hopes that Providence might shine upon our cause before it is too late. We must contest every single inch of ground and delay the baby-murdering, tax-raising socialists at every opportunity. But in due time, the maggots will have eaten every morsel of flesh off of the rotting corpse of the Republic.
The long-term solution?  Secession, and again I agree.  Morrison writes
The bond between a husband and wife is sacred. National borders, once they have exhausted their historical purpose, are not.
It is time for an amicable divorce.  Read it all here.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Lawrence Auster Describes a Possible Rout to Secession

Lawrence Auster, at View From the Right, describes a possible rout to secession.  He writes:
It would seem that the only meaningful cultural/political activity at this point is that which would lead to secession from the tyrannical, lawless, decadent society that America has become. But secession from a nation with which the seceding “nation” is intimately intertwined in the economic, geographical, and every other sense is practically impossible. So where does this leave us?

Here’s a scenario I can visualize. Over time, certain states begin to assert, in relatively small and discrete ways, their independence from the federal government, for example, refusing to obey certain federal mandates, and the federal government, fiscally hamstrung by its reckless spending policies and gradually losing legitimacy, loses the authority and will to force those states to obey. As this process gradually progresses, people who want to be free from the United Socialist States of America move to the more independent states, and people who oppose such independence move to the obedient states. Ultimately, over a period of time that we cannot predict, the two nations would be sufficiently geographically separated that actual secession would become a possibility.
It seems to me that the South is still sufficiently conservative that a new secession could begin where the last one left off.  Which state will be the first to secede?  I see Texas as the best hope for beginning a new secession movement.    Once one has done it successfully, others will be encouraged to follow.

Critics Pan Spielberg's "Lincoln" as Boring, Ahistorical

Rebellion Blog has new information on Spielberg's new film, "Lincoln."

It seems there are folks out there (besides us) that understand real history and don't like seeing it perverted in such obvious ways.

Read "Spielberg's Lincoln a "bloated $50-million history lesson."

Update:  Thomas J. DiLorenzo has written a critical rebuttal to Spielberg's film titled "Lincoln Film Is Propaganda."  Read it here.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Louisiana Residents Petition Obama to Allow Their State to Secede

This just in from World Net Daily:

On Nov. 6, Americans voted to return Barack Obama to the White House; then on Nov. 7, some folks in Louisiana petitioned the White House to peaceably withdraw their state from the Union.


According to the White House website, the petition was created by Michael E. (full last name not provided) of Slidell, La., the day after the election and has since been electronically signed by a few hundred people, most – but not all – of whom hail from the Pelican State.

“We petition the Obama administration to: Peacefully grant the State of Louisiana to withdraw from the United States of America and create its own NEW government,” the petition reads.

It continues, “As the Founding Fathers of the United States of America made clear in the Declaration of Independence in 1776: ‘When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.’”

The petition concludes with a further quote from the Declaration of Independence: “‘Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, that whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and institute new Government.’”

The petition has until Dec. 7 of this year to gather 25,000 signatures, at which time, the White House pledges, it will be placed on a queue for response from the administration.

Moonbattery: A Thought Crime -- It is Bad to be White

David Blount of the blog Moonbattery discusses the new demography of the United States, and how it has ruined us.  He writes:
What would you do to prevent your civilization from being erased from the face of the earth? Whatever it is, you had better do it fast.

It is politically foolish to frame the current losing battle of liberty against collectivist tyranny in racial terms, because oligarchical collectivists have used their control of the media to condition us to cringe in terror of being called racist, even while every other group openly advances its racial interests at our expense. But if we don’t acknowledge what is being done to us, we will die as cowards.

If only whites voted, Romney would have won in a landslide. Among white men, he beat the Manchurian Moonbat by 25 points.

But as a direct result of liberal welfare, border defense, and immigration policies, America is becoming demographically transformed. Without any noticeable attempt to present himself as someone who will do a better job in his second term than he has in the miserable failure of his first, Obama won 93% of the black vote, 71% of the Hispanic vote, and 73% of the Asian vote. No wonder the Democrats who run the media hammer it through our heads at every opportunity that it is bad to be white.
Read it all here.

Should Texas Secede? Online Discussion.

There is an article and online discussion of the Texas secession movement here.

Radio KFYO in Texas ran a poll of its listeners, and over 90% voted for secession.  Here's a screen grab of the poll as it stands right now:

You can go to the link at the top of the page to vote, or to read and make comments.  The Texans there are making some excellent points about the legality and desirability of secession.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Texas Secession Movement Alive and Well: Wants to Secede Right Now

There's a story in the Dallas Observer about the Texas Secession movement.  In light of Obama's reign in Washington, the Texas secessionists have had enough and are urging the Texas legislature to formally consider the issue of secession.

The Observer, like most liberal rags, is dismissive and derisive of the movement, but in between sarcastic snickers, do relate some current news in light of Obama's re-election.  They write:
Predictably, one of the loudest voices calling for Texas to get the hell out of the union this morning is the Texas Nationalist Movement, a Nederland-based group that's been around since 1995 or so. Several of the posters on Abbott's wall are linking to a petition TNM has created, asking that the Texas Legislature formally consider secession. The petition's been around since February of this year; in the last day, though, it's garnered several dozen new signatures and been shared on Facebook about 200 times.
Read it all here if you can stand it.

Three days ago Texas secession advocates spoke at conference in Washington-on-the-Brazos and voiced their reasons for promoting Texas secession.
Tammy Blair of Tyler, who challenged State Sen. Robert Nichols in the Republican primary for Senate District 3, said too many voters are under the delusion that winning the White House solves everything. "There are people who contend that all is well, that just one more election and we can fix it," she said. "They’re living in a fantasy land."

Blair said that critics of Texas Nationalism are wrong when they maintain that the independence movement wants to "destroy" America.

"We love the idea that WAS America," she said. "America is broken ... it was murdered years ago. America will not survive the fallacies of relativism. The American ideal has been abandoned by those in power."
So far I agree with everything Tammy has to say.  If Texas secedes, I will apply for citizenship.  Read more about this conference here.

The Texas Secession movement has a website here for those who want to know more about it.  I am also adding them to my sidebar.

Texas Judge Fears New Civil War Following Obama's Re-Election

A Lubbock Co. Judge warned of potential dangers due to re-election of Obama:

Judge Head said he and the county must be prepared for many contingencies, one that he particularly fears, is if President Obama is reelected.
“He's going to try to hand over the sovereignty of the United States to the UN, and what is going to happen when that happens?,” Head asked.

“I'm thinking the worst. Civil unrest, civil disobedience, civil war maybe. And we're not just talking a few riots here and demonstrations, we're talking Lexington, Concord, take up arms and get rid of the guy.
Personally, I think such an outcome unlikely...but you never know.  Buy guns and stock up on ammo.  Just in case.

Read it all here

White Racial Identity Reconsidered

I have never seen my primary identity as "white."  I have a multi-ethnic family that includes Hispanics and Asians.  My wife is Filipina; I have a nephew who is half Hispanic and whose wife is full Hispanic (Nicaraguan).  The overwhelming majority of  my family is conservative and opposed Obama's re-election.

I have steered away from my white racial identity because I didn't consider it that important.  I have long considered any man or woman, from whatever ethnicity, who shares my cultural values, to be my friend and my ally.  I still believe that.  However, it is time to give greater emphasis to my race and the political implications thereof.  Jared Taylor makes a good case for it in the video embedded herein.

Consider the racial make-up of the electorate who just condemned America to the dust-bin of history:
Although there are many good conservatives in all the racial groups, conservatives are a small minority in all groups except white.  Therefore, from strictly a political point of view, these non-white voting blocs are my political enemies -- their choice, not mine.  Further, I doubt that any conservative outreach to these non-white groups will yield enough conservatives to preserve the American ethos and avoid the eventual bankruptcy of America from statism and liberalism.  That is the political reality, and it is time for me (and other conservatives) to openly admit this truth and to work within the parameters that this fact imposes.

I therefore conclude that I should work for changes in immigration policies that will increase the number of whites in the electorate and decrease the number of non-whites.  My survival, and that of my country, depend on this.  White people must also bear more children; we are losing demographically to third-world immigrants who are out-producing us in birthrates.

Having said this, I do not believe that being a member of a non-white race automatically makes one a statist or a socialist; it is probably not built into their genes.  It may be built into their culture, their lack of awareness, their lack of education.  The cause, however, is irrelevant.  The fact remains:  America must retain and build on its white majority lest we lose the country bequeathed to us by the Founding Fathers.  How do we do that?  Jared Taylor promises to tell us in a subsequent video.  For the first time, I am listening intently.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Conservative Thoughts on the Election Disaster

Many conservatives, including this one, are in a deep blue funk over the election disaster.  Some have posted well-written essays on what it all means.  The first step in a long-term solution is understanding what happened and why, and these essays are soothing to the troubled soul.  Unvarnished truth is liberating and may lead to a better future for those who love liberty.  Once we have an accurate diagnosis, then we can work on a cure.

Here are some quotes from some of these essays.

Lawrence Auster, of View From the Right:
.... even if the historical American order is finished, which I believe it is and have said so repeatedly, the world hasn't ended, we are still living in it and have to try to understand it and make sense of it and figure out how we are going to live in it. Indeed, I and readers are at this moment trying to come to terms with the overwhelming disaster that has come upon us, and that’s part of what VFR is about.
 Flyovercountry, of The Blogmocracy:
There really are two America’s, and the problem is that they are geographically intertwined. One American wishes to live under the rule of law established by our founders, who saw the destructive potential of a democracy, and the lasting virtue of a republic. Protecting individual rights against the tyranny of a majority who would simply vote themselves authority to systematically rob the fruits of the labors of those who chose to be productive. The second American wishes to live in a society that would seek to cede all responsibility and consequence to a federal authority in exchange for having their basic needs provided for. The second America is no longer the land of the free and the home of the brave, but is instead the land of the kept and the home of the clueless. They seek nothing more than to have their freedoms traded one by one for a stream of relatively cheap consumer products and state run reeducation at one of the labor camps known as land grant colleges. Unfortunately, these two Americas live side by side, and have very little if any geographical division, which would be necessary for the divorce that I believe is now inevitable. Said divorce will be a messy affair, but there is no chance of a reconciliation that I can see as being possible.
Kurt Silverfiddle of Western Hero:
If we couldn’t sell a conservative, small-government message with a moderate-friendly candidate running against an imperious ruler many perceived to be a crypto-marxist, or at best constitutionally-challenged, then small-government conservatism is a spent force. Many conservatives will drift to the middle looking for morsels, while the rump right will meet the fate of its European cousins, enduring a meager existence as either principled cranks or angry extremists.
One bright spot: We conservatives and libertarians are now the subversives.
Oh, and GOP, you can kiss my ass. I hate your party more than the Democrats. At least the Donkeys know who they are and aren't suffering a perpetual identity crisis. And they know how to grab what they want. The typical Republican politician couldn't grab his ass with both hands and a mirror.
Melanie Phillips -- "America Goes Into the Darkness":
The greatest satisfaction today over the re-election of Obama is not being felt in the Democratic Party. It is not being felt among the media, who are no longer objective observers but have turned instead into corrupt partisans who ruthlessly censored the truth about Obama and helped peddle his demonising propaganda about his opponent. It is not being felt among the gloating, drooling decadents of the western left who now scent a great blood-letting of all who dare defy their secular inquisition. No, the greatest satisfaction is surely being felt in Iran. 
Four years ago, America put into the White House a sulky narcissist with an unbroken history of involvement in thuggish, corrupt, far-left, black power, Jew-bashing, west-hating politics. Obama’s agenda has been crystal clear from the get-go: to increase the power of the state over the citizen at home, and to neutralise American power abroad. Four more years of this and he’ll almost certainly have succeeded. The impact upon western security could be cataclysmic.
John Hinderaker of Powerline:
Then there is the fact that relatively few Americans actually pay for the government they consume. To a greater extent than any other developed nation, we rely on upper-income people to finance our federal government. When that is combined with the fact that around 40% of our federal spending isn’t paid for at all–it is borrowed–it is small wonder that many self-interested voters are happy to vote themselves more government. Mitt Romney proclaimed that Barack Obama was the candidate of “free stuff,” and voters took him at his word.
The question is, can this vicious cycle ever be broken? Once we are governed by a majority that no longer believes in the America of the Founding, is there any path back to freedom and prosperity? The next four years will bring unprecedented levels of spending, borrowing and taxation. The national debt will rise to $20 trillion or more. When interest rates increase, as they inevitably must, interest costs will squeeze out other government spending. That might not be all bad, except that defense will go first. If Obama’s second term turns into a disaster, fiscal or otherwise, voter revulsion may return the Republicans to power. But that doesn’t mean that America will be saved.
Daniel Greenfield of Sultan Knish:
The left got this far by having a plan. We will either find a plan or we will be gone. America will go the way of Latin America, with gated communities, conservative oligarchs, violent ghettos and red politicians screaming about power to the people. There will be no law, just men with guns and newspapers, and generals in convenient positions, and suitcases full of cocaine in the right hands. If you like this system, it's probably only a generation away. Given enough immigration from south of the border-- maybe less. And then California turns into Brazil and America turns into California.
Revolutions are not born out of success, they are born out of despair. They rise out of the dark hours of the night. They come from the understanding that all the other options are running out. Sometimes you have to fall down to rise and sometimes you have to hit bottom, to gather one last breath and fight to reach the top.
 We live in a very troubling time.  Can America be saved, or is the culture too corrupted by third-world immigration and the demise of the western ethos?  I tend to agree with flyovercountry, that a divorce between two groups of Americans (left vs right) is inevitable.  Yes, I am talking about secession.  I do not believe that America, as we knew it and loved it, can be saved.  It is already gone.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

America Is Over: Obama Wins Re-Election

I would never have guessed it, but possibly the worst president in U.S. history (next to Lincoln) has won re-election.

The United States has become a socialist country on the European model.  Expect higher taxes, higher energy prices, more unemployment and a worsening standard of living for all Americans who aren't on the dole.  Social security and medicare will go broke.

Now, more than ever, the question of secession become foremost.  America is gone and we aren't getting it back.

Based on this, we will need to formulate new stratagems for the future and consider the need for a new political party, nullification by the individual states of Obamacare and other Marxist nostrums, and a plan to leave the United States if that is at all possible.

The Southern states, with the exception of Florida, voted for Romney.  In spite of that, give up all hope ye who enter here:  America is over.

What is the best alternative for those of us who still love liberty?  That is the question.  What should our goal be and how are we to achieve it?  I wish I knew.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Falling on Principle (Video)

Many Confederate descendants who love the South and the Confederacy are planning to vote for Gary Johnson or Ron Paul.  However, there are important reasons why they should reconsider.  Bill Whittle of Pajamas Media explains in the video embedded below.