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Catalan and Texas Independence

October 31, 2017 Ryan Thorson 0

After a declaration of independence that followed a successful independence referendum, the Spanish government imposed direct rule on Catalan, sent in the national police, and forced many of Catalan’s leaders into exile abroad. Speaking from […]

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Stossel: Let People Go Their Own Way

October 24, 2017 Jeff Thomason 3

John Stossel, respected libertarian pundit, weighed in on the issue of secession recently, and more specifically the matter of Catalonian independence. Consistent with what we’ve come to expect from Stossel, he approached the discussion from […]

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Matabeleland Independence Update

October 23, 2017 Andrew Piziali 0

Earlier this year I covered the history of the Matabeleland independence movement in my article “Let My People Go.” In this update you will learn that Matabeleland independence may be right around the corner because […]

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Catalonia Referendum Lessons

October 9, 2017 Andrew Piziali 1

In previous articles we covered the progress of the Catalan independence movement.[3][4][6] Last Sunday (10/1/17) the people of Catalonia went to the polls to cast their vote on independence. As members of the Texas Nationalist […]

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