by Bionic Mosquito Last April, violence erupted in a place known as Nagorno-Karabakh. If this doesn’t sound familiar, how about Armenia and Azerbaijan? No? Perhaps the furthest southwest corner of the former Soviet Union, just east of Eastern Turkey? OK, try this: the other side of the world? When hearing of this outbreak of violence […]
New Tampa is considering seceding from Tampa and get more of its tax dollars back. There is a spirited debate between candidates in the runoff election regarding the secession move. It’s the perception, not uncommon in City Council candidate debates during any election cycle, that City Hall takes a disproportionate share of tax money from […]
By having many small countries, more of us can live in the kind of country we want, and more competition between countries will make them all better.
By John Strausbaugh Dear Mayor de Blasio: In your public address on November 21, you referred to the fear and dismay New Yorkers are feeling since Donald Trump’s election. You vowed to resist any federal policies that violate New Yorkers’ rights, interests, or values. You called this “a moment when New York City needs to […]
by James Pindell Live Free or Die . . . or secede? New Hampshire residents have long thought their state motto had just two options, but the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire has endorsed a third way. The five-member executive committee met last week and adopted a resolution calling for New Hampshire to secede. “Recognizing […]
Lessons from Vote Leave found Daniel Hannan on trade agreements for Brexit.