The 'Bad Boys of Brexit' who led the campaign to break Britain away from the European Union have taken on a new exit challenge: splitting California into two states.
But is America's largest state ready for the wars that would follow?
There's been a lot of talk recently about California seceding from the union. It's akin to Hollywood celebs vowing to move out of the country if a Republican wins the White House. Meaning that it's all bluster. Those who extol the virtues of th
Crimea's parliament voted unanimously in favor of formally seceding from Ukraine and becoming part of Russia.
According to a new Reuters / Ipsos poll, a record number of disaffected, Hillary-supporting Californians now support secession from the United States because they're just so "triggered" by Trump's victory. If successful, California would become the
One of the potential silver linings from the surprising victory for Donald Trump is the hope that a Republican White House will resurrect the left's distrust of the Federal government.
A group of secessionists in California are taking advantage of post-election discontent and re-introducing their petition to make California its own country. Apparently, the liberal elites of California aren't big fans of Donald Trump...who knew?
Sometimes in a relationship you just need to go your separate ways. Sometimes it gets to the point where you lose the joy that brought you together and maintaining the relationship becomes a hellish ordeal.
About 1.5 million people clasped hands, creating a human chain that stretched 250 miles through Catalonia to demonstrate they no longer wanted the northeastern region to be part of Spain.
In the aftermath of last month's Brexit vote, there was an outpouring of concern in Europe that the British decision would embolden similar separatist movements across the continent.
As America celebrates its 240th anniversary of independence from Britain, Texas' and California's campaigns to secede from the US have been given a kiss of life. But are they really ready to follow #Brexit and revive their bids to break away from
As America celebrates its 240th anniversary of independence from Britain, Texas' and California's campaigns to secede from the US have been given a kiss of life.
Scotland and Northern Ireland voted to remain in the EU. But the English, along with the Welsh, voted strongly to break out.
Now that the voters of Britain have voted to leave the European Union, the world is abuzz with talk of secession. Other countries in the EU may now also hold similar referendums and here in the US, the Texas secessionists (long the most noteworthy in
Daniel Miller and others draw parallels with what they call Britain's ill-suited relationship with Europe and frustration in Lone Star state with US government
The vivid red and yellow Catalan separatist flag is a familiar and colourful sight on balconies across Barcelona, though many have become faded and torn over the years.
I've been reading in Thomas DiLorenzo's 2012 hardback from the Ludwig von Mises Institute, "Organized Crime: The Unvarnished Truth About Government.
Britain's referendum campaign grew increasingly edgy Tuesday after Prime Minister David Cameron suggested that a British EU exit would make the Islamic State group happy and the EU president lashed out at London's ex-Mayor Boris Johnson for comparing
In a shocking slap in the face for UK PM Cameron, more than 300 business leaders are calling on Britain to vote to leave the European Union, saying that the country's "competitiveness is being undermined by our membership."
If the nationalists get their way, this November might be the last time Texans vote for a US president.
When Texas Republicans assemble for their state convention next month, it's possible they will debate whether Texas should secede from the United States.
A Texas state Republican Party member is presenting a resolution to Republican Party of Texas officials that could put state secession to a vote by primary voters.
Spain's Constitutional Court blocked Catalonia's attempted secession process on Wednesday by agreeing to hear a Spanish government appeal against it, deepening a stand-off over the potential breakaway.