Montgomery, AL – 27 June 2015


12 responses to “Montgomery, AL – 27 June 2015

  1. Media lapdog interpretation in 3, 2, 1……

  2. Damn Yankees.
    That’s me I guess, at least geographically.

  3. Couldn’t find any specifics as to what kind of constitution an independent southern state would have or what the differences would be in such a state vs. the status quo.

    • That’s a good point, Daniel. Secession is certainly a reasonable option in a union of “free and independent states”, when the government has been derelict or refuses to do its duty, and when there is NO delegated power to prevent that option. But if secession is being advocated by an organization, they should present their Constitutional alternative, even it is the current U.S. Constitution with some repealed amendments, like the 16th and 17th for starters, and some deletions re: slaves and Indian tribes that no longer apply.

  4. “Where liberty is, there is my country.” –Benjamin Franklin

  5. Daniel,

    The following link on their web-site gives give some Southern Nationalist principles which are those of the U.S. Declaration of Independence and then it refers to their “Gray Book” which gives more detail, perhaps a proposed constitution.

    • Thanks. The “economic” and “political” stuff made sense, but I couldn’t tell how the “social” stuff would translate into law. It’s one thing to say “this is how things should be, and this is our culture.” It’s another to say, “If you don’t do it this way, we’ll put you in jail.”

  6. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

  7. Daniel, true. If they support ALL of the Bill of Rights, then that should make for basically being libertarian on most social issues and allow all the social “stuff” to each State or to the People as according to the 9th and 10th Amendments. I’m a Christian who believes in the fundamentals of the Faith from an objective reading of Scripture, I.e., a “fundamentalist” with one of those fundamentals being Liberty. “…where the Spirit of the LORD is, there is liberty” (II Corinthians 3:17) and, “Stand fast therefore in the liberty with which Christ has made us free..”.(Galatians 5:1) However, some Christians tend to be legalists and therefore authoritarians, just like most politicians.