Decentralization and Secession

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Could the Coronavirus Be Fatal for the EU?

Decentralization and SecessionGlobal EconomyMonetary Policy

Blog03/16/2020

As the nation-states take the brunt of their economic collapses on the chin, they will begin to realise that the EU superstate is little more than an obstructive and costly irrelevance.

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Left and Right, Many Are Turning toward De Facto Secession—and That's Not a Bad Thing

Anti-PoliticsDecentralization and Secession

Blog03/13/2020

Remember how election day used to be a day of national relief, no matter who won? Regular people were happy that our political warring was over for a while, at least. But we don't live in that country anymore.

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Let's Give Bernie-Syle Socialism a Try in California First

Decentralization and SecessionSocialismTaxes and Spending

Blog03/11/2020

For starters, let's have California secede and limit Bernie-style socialism to the new republic. If my predictions ended up being wrong and the state became a paradise, then the rest of the country could quickly follow suit.

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Greater Idaho Movement Is the Latest Indicator of a Shift toward Decentralization

Decentralization and Secession

Blog03/11/2020

Recently disgruntled residents of rural counties in southwest Oregon have been organizing a petition to move Idaho’s border westward to form a “Greater Idaho” that could also potentially include parts of Northern California.

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The US Constitution Needs an Expiration Date

Big GovernmentDecentralization and SecessionStrategy

Blog03/05/2020

The Swiss constitution wisely puts a "date of expiration" on the central government's taxing power every 10-15 years. Voters have to vote "yes" to extend this power. Americans should demand something similar, both for taxes and for much more.

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"Political Anarchy" Is How the West Got Rich

Decentralization and Secession

Blog03/04/2020

Why did Europe go from a poor backwater to an economic and technological powerhouse? A major factor was its lack of any centralized government, and a large number of small competing states.

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Why Rothbard Wanted "Radical Decentralization"

Decentralization and SecessionHistory of the Austrian School of Economics

Blog02/21/2020

Secession and decentralization are good for two reasons: they move us toward a society with more individual freedom. And smaller, more decentralized societies are more economically free.

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Nationalism as National Liberation: Lessons from the End of the Cold War

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog02/19/2020

If we regard nationalism as necessarily harmful, we end up supporting the Soviet Union, and every empire and two-bit dictator who manages to hammer together a variety of disparate groups under a single national banner.

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Why Governments Hate Secession

Decentralization and SecessionWorld History

Blog02/18/2020

States seek to perpetuate themselves by seizing more control of capital and human beings. Size makes this easier. And every regime would become a mega-state like China or the US if it could.

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3 Reasons Why More Secession Means More Freedom

Decentralization and SecessionEconomic FreedomGlobal Economy

Blog02/15/2020

Antisecessionists insist that radical decentralization means more "nationalism" and protectionism. In practice, the exact opposite is more likely.

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