Time For a Serious Discussion on Secession
Liberty Shrugs ^ | 03/24/2015 | PUBLIUS
Posted on 3/24/2015, 6:37:05 AM by Bill Russell
It is with a heavy heart, I have undertaken to start a serious national discussion on secession as, perhaps, the only means by which we can restore the balance to our nation and preserve for our posterity the freedoms given to us by our Founding Fathers and passed down to us for the last 239 years. I have reached the conclusion that our nation has passed the tipping point which the Founding Fathers and Alexis de Toqueville warned us would lead to the death of our republic: when a majority of people believe they can continuously vote themselves more benefits from the Treasury.
Although the Republican Party regained control of the United States Senate in the last mid-term elections, they have shown a complete lack of political will in opposing this President on all fronts. They have handed him a fait accompli on amnesty for illegal immigrants, and a permanent voting majority that will keep the flood gates of uncontrolled immigration open and lead to a long term tyranny of the majority feeding at the trough of government largess.
You will find below the first chapter of my new book, Liberty Shrugs: A Political Argument for Preserving Our Liberty and Constitutional Freedoms Through Secession. (I hope all of you will forgive this vanity excerpt as my contract with Amazon Kindle precludes posting more than 10% of the book in any forum.)……………… MORE!!!!!!!!!!
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The Faux Battle Over Online Sales Taxes
Posted on Wednesday, May 08, 2013 2:03:16 PM by redgolum
now the battle is joined.
The Senate has passed, sending to The House, a bill that would impose a requirement that online merchants submit to state tax collection in states where they have no physical presence.
To try to make this more palatable they are exempting businesses with less than $1 million in annual sales, but this doesn’t matter when you get down to brass tacks.
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Taped on Dec 11, 1967 (New York City, NY)
Guest: Saul David Alinsky