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ENG: Secession in the United States can refer to secession of a state from the United States, secession of part of a state from that state to form a new state, or secession of an area from a city or county. Attempts at or aspirations of secession from the United States have been a feature of the country's politics since its birth. Some have argued for a constitutional right of secession and others for a natural right of revolution. The United States Supreme Court ruled unilateral secession unconstitutional while commenting that revolution or consent of the states could lead to a successful secession. The one serious secession movement was defeated in the American Civil War. In 1860 and 1861, eleven of the fifteen southern states where slavery was legal declared their secession from the ...
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Anti-secessionists are the reason Alabama should secede

(Press-Register Sound Off) Common thread: I notice that every person who calls or emails about secession being stupid have one thing in common: they always talk about the giveaways they receive on the backs of hard-working, self-disciplined people who create their own destiny. What they don't understand is that they are the exact reason that the state of Alabama should be the first to secede. Let's show the world what true freedom from serfdom and political slavery looks like. It would be hard, but it would be a debt we could pay with no shackles from Washington. By Press-Register ...

Alabama secession petition qualifies for White House respons

A petition seeking Alabama's withdrawal from the U.S. reached 25,000 signatures early Wednesday, the threshold required to receive an official response from the White House. The petition, filed Friday by a Chunchula resident on the White House web site, had more than 26,000 signatures as of this morning. The Obama administration, via its 'We the People' program, says it will respond to petitions that receive a minimum of 25,000 signatures within 30 days of being filed. The petition asks the administration to "peacefully grant the state of Alabama to withdraw from the United States of ...

Alabama secessionist says working people must unite...

... to save America “Derrick B.,” the man who started a petition seeking Alabama’s withdrawal from the U.S., is a truck driving, knife collecting former owner of a topless car wash who describes himself as “an absolute Libertarian.” Derrick Belcher, 45, of Chunchula, said in an interview late Monday that secession may be the only way to save working Americans from crushing debt, burdensome federal regulations and rising taxes. “I don’t want to live in Russia. I don’t believe in socialism,” said Belcher, an operations manager for a ...

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