Had it been left up to the South, notes William L. Huston, the nation-busting 1965 Immigration Reform Act would never have been passed. In this VDare article, Huston then examines the regional voting patterns on immigration and concludes that the South is the last stronghold of traditional America.
And oh, yes, he makes the next logical step: that it is time for Southerners to once again “calculate the value of the Union” versus its cost. I’d bet that 99% of those who think about it will conclude it’s time to reclaim both delegated and stolen rights from an out-of-control central government more concerned about its own power than the well-being of its subjects.
It’s time to secede.