Decentralization and Secession

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Some Coloradoans Want to Break Off and Join Wyoming. They Should at Least Get to Vote On It.

Decentralization and Secession

Blog02/19/2021

A state's borders should change over time to reflect demographic and ideological realities. By denying this, political leaders are effectively saying that the rights of minority populations don't matter.

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Pennsylvanians May Amend Constitution to Stop Endless Lockdowns

Bureaucracy and RegulationDecentralization and SecessionLegal System

Blog02/15/2021

Not only will these amendments reduce the abuse of emergency declarations, but they will also help to decentralize power within Pennsylvania. While covid has allowed the executive branch to run wild, Pennsylvania is actually structured in a way that makes the decentralization of power easier.

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Why the Utes Opposed Biden's Plans to Limit Oil Drilling

Decentralization and Secession

Blog01/27/2021

This week's clash over federal attempts to control tribal drilling rights highlights the importance of tribal sovereignty in limiting federal power. 

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Halfway to Secession: Unity on Foreign Policy, Disunity on Domestic Policy

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History

Blog01/20/2021

Expect opponents of secession and decentralization to start claiming that neither option is acceptable because any big change to the status quo could endanger American "strength" in foreign policy. Don't listen to them. 

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Why Governments Want More Centralization—and Less Federalism

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History

Blog01/20/2021

America’s founders did not envision the federal government as the domineering senior partner in almost everything. What was once best described as “sovereign States, united solely for specified joint purposes” has been largely eviscerated.

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It's Time for a National Divorce

Decentralization and Secession

Blog01/19/2021

The polarization reached a peak on January 6, but more peaks are sure to come. Perhaps this year, perhaps down the road. But they’re going to happen, and they could be much worse in the future.

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Decentralize New York City!

Decentralization and SecessionU.S. History

Blog01/02/2021

Staten Island once voted 2-to-1 to leave New York City. The Manhattan overlords ignored the vote. But Staten Island would be better off as a separate city, and the same holds true for Brooklyn and Queens. 

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Red and Blue States: It's Time for a Multistate Solution

Decentralization and SecessionDemocracyMajority Rule

Blog12/21/2020

Joe Biden says: "I will work as hard for those who didn't vote for me as those who did." Does anyone actually believe that?

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America's Elites—Not Trump—Are Responsible for Undermining American Democracy

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionPolitical Theory

Blog11/19/2020

It appears that 2020 may be the year that finally proves that the façade of democracy is not enough to maintain a unified political body. 

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Dear Biden Supporters, It's Not Too Late to Secede

Decentralization and Secession

Blog11/19/2020

Why subject yourselves to all the stress of the GOP retaking the House in 2022 and even the White House in 2024? Just secede now and save yourselves the trouble. 

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