Red River Land Grab Revisited: Part Three

September 6, 2017 Ryan Thorson 7

In this part, we continue in our conversation with Davey Edwards, Texas state-licensed professional land surveyor, GLO Commissioner candidate, and expert on the federal Red River federal land grab. Last time, we discussed the legal […]


Red River Land Grab Revisited: Part Two

September 4, 2017 Ryan Thorson 3

In our continuing series on the federal government’s seizure of Texas land along the Red River, I spoke with Davey Edwards. Edwards is a Texas state-licensed professional land surveyor, as well as a certified federal […]

A sign at the international boundary between Canada and the United States in Point Roberts, Washington.

Promoting Immigrant Lawlessness

July 13, 2017 Andrew Piziali 14

On July 10 James C. Harrington wrote an article for “The Texas Observer” titled “Protecting Immigrant Families: A Call for an Economic Boycott of Texas.” He should have called it “Promoting Immigrant Lawlessness: How to […]

The New Amsterdam and New York regions of New York State

New York and New Amsterdam?

June 5, 2017 Andrew Piziali 1

The word “secession” often conjures up the War Between the States or a small disgruntled province declaring its independence from an abusive parent country. However, sometimes even smaller societies desire greater autonomy and declare their […]

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